New Turnigy Plush-32 Series ESC's

The new Turnigy Plush-32 series ESC has the same solid, high-quality that hobbyists have come to expect from Turnigy but it has been improved with even more features that are sure to be a winner for any devoted hobbyist.

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A new generation of Turnigy ESCs is here!

The new Turnigy Plush-32 series ESC has the same solid, high-quality that hobbyists have come to expect from Turnigy but it has been improved with even more features that are sure to be a winner for any devoted hobbyist. The new energy saving range comes with a 32-bit ARM controller to make it quicker and more responsive to your every input and is suitable for most motors on the market, giving you the flexibility of choice.

Donít forget to include a Plush-32 programming card to make life easy. No more listing to the beeps and guessing when to move your throttle, the programming card changes settings with the press of a button and its easy to read LEDís lets you know exactly how your ESC is programmed.

Check out the new Turnigy Plush-32 ESC's Here

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Jun 07, 2019, 10:34 AM
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I ordered 2 of the 30 amp for a project I'm working on. I liked that they had a 4 amp SBEC while most other 30s have a 2 amp. That was the selling point for me
Jun 07, 2019, 02:28 PM
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I ordered 2 of the 30 amp for a project I'm working on. I liked that they had a 4 amp SBEC while most other 30s have a 2 amp. That was the selling point for me

I like their light weight, reasonable price to.

My still working 17 years old CC Phoenix 25 A ESC has same Weight, 25gr, as Plush-32
30A but only 2-3S , 2A BEC and Cost $79
then. :-(

Thanks to the great cheap labor Of Chinese people ;-)
Jun 07, 2019, 05:26 PM
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Yeah I still have a pair of those old Phoenix 25s that I run with 890kv Park 450s. They lived in my EFlite P-38 for years and now they live in an EFlite Cub 450 and a Mini Pulse XT. My then-LHS gave them to me after I had a pair of EFlite 30-amp Pro ESCs burn up (as in literally catch fire) on the bench while building that P-38.

They've been great ESCs but honestly I'd rather pay $16 for these than $80 for those and get double the BEC power.

I got my Plush-32s this afternoon. I'll post some pictures this evening.
Jun 07, 2019, 10:20 PM
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https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...gy-32-bit-ESCs
Jun 07, 2019, 11:43 PM
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Slightly lighter than advertised. 24.5g is 0.864oz. Weighs in at 0.85oz.

I'm happy with that.

ESC is very small. I figured it'd be bigger.
Jun 09, 2019, 05:01 AM
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Programming card


Does it need a new different programmer card?
E.G. is the "Plush 32" programming card compatible with the one for the old versions?

N.B. What do we call the old versions? Plush V1? Plush 8bit?


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