|Feb 28, 2006, 12:08 PM|
JAZZ With "built-in" BEC under 6s LiPos ? 55-10-32 ?
I read on the knotronic site that the 55-10-32 can handle up to 10 LiPos and provide BEC, but in the chatd it is said NO BEC ?
So I am confused ? Do I need to add an external BEC or Rx Battery or not ??
|Feb 28, 2006, 06:56 PM|
You are right, so I must use the JAZZ 55-6-18 ou 80-6-18.
I will use them with a Hacker 50L-15, a 6s LiPo and an EDF (electric ducted fan in a JET. 45 Amps estimated MAX draw).
Some people told me that ESC with built-in BEC is not safe under 6s, and they are instead using for exemple a HACKER MAster 77-0 PLUS a separate BEC (or Rx battery).
Is this true, or will the JAZZ 55-6-18 be OK and RELIABLE ?
|Mar 01, 2006, 11:58 AM|
There were work done to make a Jazz55-16-32 with a integral BEC but it was not set up for production because most folks would want to use a seperate, external BEC due to less cost and greater flexibility.
The current Jazz55-10-32 got no BEC and support up to 10S (43v input max)
The smaller Jazz XX-6-18 work on 2-6S LiPo and the BEC is just fine on each cellcount.
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