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Micro 3 Pin, .100" (2.54mm) ESC to Brushless Motor Connectors (Male & Female)
I just received these today. We use them on ESCs up to 10amp for an ultra light installation. Simply remove the stock wires and install the female to the ESC and the Male to the motor. They can easily be flipped to get the correct direction of rotation.
They are .100 of an inch Pitch (2.54mm) total Width is 8mm (Approx), they are rated at 4 amps per pin and have been tested way over 15amps with no issues, they do not even warm up. The more common 2mm Pitch equivalents do noy support these higher current requirements for micros with motors such as the 1811-2000kv (Motor Not included)
The Male is Gold Plated throughout and the Female has Gold Friction Inserts.
They are 3 pin friction fit connectors. Some ESCs come with the Female but the Male is quite difficult to get hold of.
I have included example photos of an installation on a HobbyKing 10amp ESC (ESCs Not included ) Because of the staggered connections wires were used. However, on small 5amp and 6amp ESCs like the HobbyKing Plush-6 or XP-7A they can be soldered directly to the PCB.
1 - Male 3pin Friction Fit connectors SOLD
1 - Female 3 Pin Friction Fit Connectors SOLD
Shipping CONUS will be $2.15 for 1 or more.
More on the way.
Last edited by ShokWaveRider; Nov 25, 2011 at 07:05 AM.
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