Hi, I have just been recently surfing the web, looking at ESCs, and I just stubbled upon the Atsushi Hara Twister 2.1. Is that ESC any good? (hehe want to get one. it looks so tricked. Is $160USD a good price for it?)
So anyways, I continued to read, and it said: (under its specifications)
Maximum electric current: 3120A (FET Spec)
Continuing electric current: 780A (FET Spec)
I am wondering, what does this "780A" mean? 780 amps? I heard Mod motors draw 40Amps, and that's about its maximum? So why do we need 780 amps?
Why is the amp rating on the FET Spec so high? And the Max current is even more crazy? 3120A?
How does anything that weighs 18.8g withstand 3120A of current?? I realize the voltage is low, but that's still a pretty big number!
If anyone can dumb it down and explain it to newbies like myself, that would be awesome! Thanks in advance!