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Favourite 6A Brushless Electronic Speed Controller
ESC stands for Electronic Speed Controller. It is an electronic motor controller which controls the speed, direction and possibly braking of a motor.
BEC stands for Battery Eliminator Circuit. In radio control contexts, the BEC is extra circuitry on the ESC to provide power to the controls (such as steering, servos, receivers) to the controlled vehicle so that this control circuitry does not need to carry it's own battery pack. That is, it piggy backs on the battery pack used to drive the motors of the vehicle or in other words, the motor and servos share the same battery pack.
SBEC usually stands for Switching Battery Eliminator Circuit. SBEC's are improved versions of BECs as the circuitry uses batter power more efficiently.
Output: continuous 6A, Burst 8A up to 10 seconds
Input voltage: 2 cells lithium battery or 5-6 cells NiCd/NiMh battery
BEC: 0.8 / 5 V Linear mode BEC
Max Speed: 210000rpm for 2 Poles BLM, 60000rpm for 6 poles,
35000rpm for 12 poles BLM (BLM = BrushLess Motor)
Weight: 5.5 grams
- 150g indoor fixed-wing 3D – maximum 300g fixed-wing Sport
- small sized fixed-wing airplanes for ordinary users
|BEEP||1 Short||2 Short||3 Short|
|Start up Acceleration||Very Soft||Soft|
|Governor Mode||RPM Off||RPM On|