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Feigao 18-Amp Brushless Speed Controller (FG-BLESC-18A) - CLOSEOUT SALE
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  Weight:     21 grams / 0.75 oz.  
  Size:     24 x 45 x 11mm  
  Constant Current:     18A  
  Max Current:     22A for 10 sec.  
  FET:     -  
  BEC:     2 A  
  TIMING:     Low/Medium/High  
  PWM:     -  
  Input:     2-4 Li-Poly or 5-12 NiCd/NiMH  
  Low-Voltage Cutoff:     2.5V/2.75V/3.0V per cell Li-Poly
60%/65%/70% NiCd/NiMH  
This speed controller can be used in a helicopter. Use the soft start setting. This speed controller requires it to be armed before each use. It will not turn the motor until the throttle has moved all the way full and back down. This is an important safety feature that comes in handy when handling helicopters!
Features:
  • Programmable through transmitter or with the Feigao Speed Controller Programming Card (FG-ESCPC) (sold separately)
  • 2 Amp BEC - use up to 11.1V, if using at 14.8V disable BEC
  • Brake on/off
  • Hard/soft cut-off
  • 3 Li-Poly Auto-Cutoff voltages - 2.5V/2.75V/3.0V per cell
  • Normal/Soft/Super-Soft startup
  • Low/Medium/High timing
  • Safe start requires throttle stick to be fully down in order to arm motor
  • Alerts you when battery pack voltage is out of range or when throttle signal is out of range
  • Auto throttle shutoff on loss of signal
  • Thermal overload protection
  • Failed startup protection - automatically cuts power if motor fails to start
  • Instruction Manual
  • Special Instructions: Never exceed the recommended battery voltage listed on the package. Do not use a separate battery supply with this controller. Never disconnect the battery supply when the motor is running. We strongly suggest that you use an overload fuse in the battery circuit. For example, a motor will run at 4 amps therefore a 5 amp speed controller is adequate. If the motor is stalled or stopped, with the power on, then it will draw 15 to 20 amps and burn out the speed controller. An overload fuse can prevent this type of damage. Also, the BEC provides a regulated power supply to the receiver. Usually about .5 amps. A stalled servo can draw 2 or 3 amps and damage the BEC which in turn can cause damage to the receiver.
    NOTE: BP Hobbies assumes no responsibility for the improper use and installation of this product.
    Price: $14.03
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