FighterCat EDF Controllers
Just thought I would open discussion about the new 16s/200amp controllers.
We've done some testing and have pushed beyond 10,000 watts with them on the bench.
They're designed to use lower kv and higher volts to achieve higher wattage output with lower amps and less heat. Higher voltage tends to be more efficient as well.
There was an earlier release that was a marine controller firmware, some have reported issues with it in some installations, but were resolved with the EDF firmware release in 9/11.
If anyone has any questions, suggestions or comments, the door is open.
I recently bought FighterCat ESC. What settings do you recommend to use a motor "Rimfire 50CC"?
This is my plane:
This is the motor: http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXXJW5
I am anxious to use the "FighterCat EDF HV / Prop 16s 200a ESC," because the "other brands ESCs" did not support my plane.
Last edited by thobiasvincensi; Jan 22, 2012 at 09:32 PM. Reason: Keyboard faliure .. ;)
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