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Post by spyder_696 on Fri 4 Oct 2013 - 16:08

I got a lipo pack with dean t plug.
A tamiya teu-104bk ESC with tamiya plug.
Before I solder the tamiya plug into dean t plug.
Who stay around Seng kang has a tamiya battery pack to lend me try.
I will drop by if any one willing to help.
Thanks in advance.

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Re: ESC help needed

Post by laneboysrc on Sat 5 Oct 2013 - 9:47

We stay in Woodlands, near Admiralty if that's not too far for you.

One word of warning with the TEU-104BK: This ESC does not have a BEC (Battery Elimination Circuit), so you must take care how you power your receiver and servos.
Unless you are using High Voltage capable servos and receivers you may burn them out if you connect them directly to the ESC.
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Post by spyder_696 on Sat 5 Oct 2013 - 11:57

laneboysrc wrote:We stay in Woodlands, near Admiralty if that's not too far for you.

One word of warning with the TEU-104BK: This ESC does not have a BEC (Battery Elimination Circuit), so you must take care how you power your receiver and servos.
Unless you are using High Voltage capable servos and receivers you may burn them out if you connect them directly to the ESC.
Dear laneboysrc, thanks for your kind offer to help. I when to auto drift and they help me tested and change to dean plug on my ESC already. Car running well already. Thanks once again.. Smile

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Re: ESC help needed

Post by spyder_696 on Sat 5 Oct 2013 - 12:01

laneboysrc wrote:We stay in Woodlands, near Admiralty if that's not too far for you.

One word of warning with the TEU-104BK: This ESC does not have a BEC (Battery Elimination Circuit), so you must take care how you power your receiver and servos.
Unless you are using High Voltage capable servos and receivers you may burn them out if you connect them directly to the ESC.
Hi laneboysrc, is the cable and ESC suppose to be cold and only the motor is hot. After running 5min.. Full throttle.. The cable and ESC is cold. Only the motor is hot.. Please advise if possible. Thanks

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Post by laneboysrc on Sat 5 Oct 2013 - 12:25

spyder_696 wrote:Hi laneboysrc, is the cable and ESC suppose to be cold and only the motor is hot. After running 5min.. Full throttle.. The cable and ESC is cold. Only the motor is hot.. Please advise if possible. Thanks
What you describe is perfectly ok. Only the motor is using up energy, therefore it gets hot.

The cable should never be hot, ever. If it is, there is a serious issue somewhere.
The ESC may get warm, but usually not very much. It will only get warm if you are running the car at full power for a prolonged time.
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Re: ESC help needed

Post by spyder_696 on Sat 5 Oct 2013 - 14:31

laneboysrc wrote:
spyder_696 wrote:Hi laneboysrc, is the cable and ESC suppose to be cold and only the motor is hot. After running 5min.. Full throttle.. The cable and ESC is cold. Only the motor is hot.. Please advise if possible. Thanks
What you describe is perfectly ok. Only the motor is using up energy, therefore it gets hot.

The cable should never be hot, ever. If it is, there is a serious issue somewhere.
The ESC may get warm, but usually not very much. It will only get warm if you are running the car at full power for a prolonged time.
Thank you laneboysrc..

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