WANTED: 60 Amp or higher Brushed ESC - RC Groups
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Jul 25, 2005, 11:23 PM
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WANTED: 60 Amp or higher Brushed ESC

Looking for a 60 or 70 Amp (will consider bigger) ESC for brushed motors. With or without BEC, prefer Lipo cutoff (not required) any name brand.

Also consider two identical 25 to 40 Amp ESC's.

Just Pm me what you got.

Thanks alot,
Last edited by dgfisher2004; Jul 25, 2005 at 11:38 PM.
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Jul 25, 2005, 11:34 PM
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what motor could you need that big a control for.
Jul 25, 2005, 11:36 PM
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Hoverboy originally posted "I didn't think they made brushed ESCs that big" but edited his post.

Actually they do. Jeti makes an 80 Amp and a 140 Amp. Among other brands that make them.

Please refrain from posting on my adds unless your information is prudenant or you are inquiring about a trade. That's what the forums are for.

Last edited by dgfisher2004; Jul 25, 2005 at 11:44 PM.
Jul 26, 2005, 08:17 AM
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I've got an MX-80 from Model Electronics in Seattle.
7 to 23 cells.
80 amps short term, with airflow over the ESC. The manual doesn't specify just what short term is. The company is still in business, I'll see if I can find out something more about that.
44 amps continuous, with airflow over the ESC.
BEC for 7 to 14 cells, the manual says to NOT use the BEC at high cell counts, 15 to 23, OR with a large number of servos. I ran the BEC at 10 cells and 2 servos and never had a problem.
DSP, digital signal processing eliminates faulty motor commands caused by electrical interference noise.
Fail Safe, motor power is shut down if throtle command is lost for over 2 seconds.
Auto throttle calibration.
Has sermos connectors factory applied on 14 gauge wire.
It has an Airtronics servo connector, which can easilly be changed , and an on/off switch.
I bought this for the BEC capability. At the time, no one else I could find would say their BEC would handle 10 cells. I ran it in a sport plane at 10 cells, 35 amps, and it performed flawlessly.
I also have a Kontronics StarBec 50-6-14.
6 to 14 cells.
50 amps continuous.
60 amps for 15 seconds.
A 5 amp BEC, good for,
5 servos up to 10 cells,
4 servos up to 12 cells,
3 servos up to 14 cells.
ESC is programable for different modes,
Auto-programming mode
Glider mode.
Motor-plane/ boot mode.
Heli mode.
Competition mode.
Car mode.
I used this in my E-3D, on 10 cells, with BEC, at 40 amps with 4 servos and it performed flawlessly.
Sermos connectors and Airtronics servo connector.
I have the manual for each of these.
MX-80, $25.00 plus shipping.
StarBec 50-5-14, $45.00 plus shipping.
Dave Chewning Sr.
Jul 29, 2005, 12:14 AM
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Got one, thanks to all who PMed.

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