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R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

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Post by boolean21 on Tue 31 Jan 2012 - 2:26


RC Boat EL Water Resistant 110A ESC Electronic Speed Controller
As of Time of post, price is US$13.35, i think after you log in as member, you'll enjoy 10% discount...

I've ordered 2 of these few months back, tried installing the first one in my wraith... and it shorted out even before running... anyway, it's a little big for the wraith... to continue the story, I feedback to R2Hobbies about the faulty ESC and after a few explanation emails, they sent me a replacement ESC...

So, finally, i managed to find time to test it out... i've replaced the plugs to deans and bullet connectors for the motor, and installed it in my 6x6 unimog...

full throttle for slightly more than a minute, forward, reverse, pushing the unimog against the wall while full throttle.... everything seems great...

next trail will test it out in deep mud and water if the terrain permits! Very Happy

if it survives the deep water and mud test, then you guys can consider getting this cheap waterproof ESC... Smile

fingers crossed.... i'll bring extra ESC if i remember... so that i do not need to carry the truck back if the ESC decides to rest.... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by ket2175 on Tue 31 Jan 2012 - 9:40

Thks for the info.
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by RTECH on Tue 31 Jan 2012 - 19:35

Very Happy I oridi put the esc in my shopping cart , ready to pay. Just waiting for your test results.
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by boolean21 on Tue 31 Jan 2012 - 19:58

RTECH wrote:Very Happy I oridi put the esc in my shopping cart , ready to pay. Just waiting for your test results.
Dont buy first... After this sunday's swim then see... Smile

One thing good I like about this esc is it can run 3s!

But the esc a little big la... For wraith... Need to find where to install...
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by RTECH on Tue 31 Jan 2012 - 20:38

affraid So big har? In the picture looks small.
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by boolean21 on Tue 31 Jan 2012 - 20:44

RTECH wrote:affraid So big har? In the picture looks small.

Quite big... Maybe cos I used to china micro esc liao... Haha...
so u on sunday..
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by ket2175 on Thu 16 Feb 2012 - 14:25

How is the result Boolean ? Me also want to buy 1 for my Wraith?
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by boolean21 on Thu 16 Feb 2012 - 14:48

Works good on my 6x6, and xr10... This sunday will put the 3rd one in ny landy and try swimming in the leech pool! Haha...

If drown at least landy lighter than the 6x6...
Very Happy
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by ket2175 on Thu 16 Feb 2012 - 17:12

boolean21 wrote:Works good on my 6x6, and xr10... This sunday will put the 3rd one in ny landy and try swimming in the leech pool! Haha...

If drown at least landy lighter than the 6x6...
Very Happy

Ok , if this esc can with stand all this abuse , think is worth the money buying. Thanks again boolean.
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by boolean21 on Mon 20 Feb 2012 - 7:44

Tested and proven!

Its a NO GO!!! Haha

Works great when mudding and some shallow water....
When fully submerged... The forward shorted out... Have yet to open up to see whether it is due to water entry or due to the transistor failure....

So... Better dont try this ESC....
For cheap ESC, buy the china 320A micro ESC that I posted last time... After siliconed, works like a submarine... Smile
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Post by ket2175 on Mon 20 Feb 2012 - 13:48

Thanks for the info.
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by boolean21 on Sun 4 Mar 2012 - 19:42

after "BBQ-ing" one of the R2 ESC during the previous trail... i decided to open up one of the working ones...

Here are some photos...


hmm, no rubber seal / gasket on the ESC case...
the PCB and components doesn't seem to be waterproofed... no potting compound at all!!!

so now i highly suspect the 2nd burnt ESC is due to water damage.... will open up the burnt ESC to check it out when i have time...

so... i used my favourite waterproofing method -> using neutral cure silicone and go over the whole ESC and the capacitor...



here's the PCB back into the case... couldn't cover back properly, but nothing a cable tie couldn't solve... Smile



now, will see which rig to house this ESC in and bring it for a swim / dive test! Very Happy

if it holds up well, it'll be a good and cheap ESC to use for trails.... just need to do up the DIY waterproofing..
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by RTECH on Sun 4 Mar 2012 - 19:56

This time confirm 101% waterproof !
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by ket2175 on Sun 4 Mar 2012 - 20:22

Wow I like the way u waterproof your esc.
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by Wrigleys on Sun 4 Mar 2012 - 20:26

wahahaha.. Cable tie very useful as endorsed by our train operator! Cool
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by boolean21 on Mon 26 Mar 2012 - 14:01

ok, finally have a chance to try out the DIY waterproof-ed ESC in water!

did a full submerge test during yesterday's trail.... enjoying the swim till i forgot i have the cap light on the roof rack of my landy,... full landy submerged... till the cap light went under the water as well... Shocked

have to open up the cap light tonight and dry it then try if it is still working... Razz

ok, back to the R2Hobbies ESC...
it's alive! Very Happy

so likely will be ordering a few more of this cheap ESC that can run 3S...
Warning: buy at your own risks... Very Happy
things need to do to use the R2Hobbies waterproof ESC
1) change all plugs to DEANs
2) waterproof the PCB board with NEUTRAL CURE Silicone

the above are 2 things that i did... Smile
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by ironman on Mon 26 Mar 2012 - 18:18

if nvr change e plugs can?
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Re: R2hobbies Waterproof ESC Trial and Review

Post by boolean21 on Mon 26 Mar 2012 - 18:28

The plugs no good... The first esc before even run, shorted out liao.... :S
Better change...
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