HobbyStar 155A ESC, 8A SBEC

SKU: 361-21-155

Availability: In stock

$95.99
HobbyStar



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HobbyStar aircraft ESC's are top-of the line, full-featured ESC's at a competitive price.  Constructed using only the highest-quality components and are encased in a beautifully machined heatsink housing to help keep operating temperatures in check.  The integrated switch-mode BEC allows you to power your servos and receiver without the added complexity and weight of a separate BEC.  Specifically designed for higher-current applications to eliminate the possibility of unwanted shutdowns they are capable of supporting simultaneous multiple current loads as found in large scale airplanes and CCPM equipped large-scale 3D helis.  Includes mounting bracket for clean, sturdy installation that still permits ESC to be removed if necessary.

 

Features:

  • Data logging system such as temperature, voltage, current, and RPM
  • SBEC Voltage Output 5.0, 6.0, 7.4, and 8.4V
  • Advanced Governor Mode and soft start
  • High SBEC Current Output, continuous 8A and burst 16A
  • Power arm protection, over-heat protection, low-voltage protection and lost-signal protection
  • Secondary sub-menu setting by the LCD program card or your PC
  • Super smooth and accurate throttle linearity
  • Support for most motors, including high RPM motors
  • Programmable motor timing
  • Utilizes new smaller MOSFET technology to minimize weight
  • Aluminum finned heat sink
  • Programmable throttle input range

Specifications:

  • Current: 155A Continuous, 200A burst (10s)
  • Input: 5-18NiCd/2-6S LiPo
  • BEC Output: 5.0V, 6.0V 7.4V or 8.4V selectable @ 8A
  • Dimensions: 65x46x17mm
  • Weight: 126g

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Hey John will this esc handle the Hobbystar 4274 motor? I have a slightly less powerful motor that I would use with it if it could handle the 4274
A:
No, these are for aircraft only and will not work at all for a car.
RCJuice answered on April 14, 2018
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Will this ESC handle the HiVoltage lipo batterys the ones that are rated to 4.35 volts per cell?
A:
Yes, but HV cells are generally only used in cars and this is an aircraft ESC.
RCJuice answered on August 6, 2018
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