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Old 09-05-2007, 11:04 AM   #1
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Default Currently Available BRUSHLESS ESC's

WANTED: A list of CURRENTLY AVAILABLE "Sensored" Brushless ESC's


I'm compiliing a list of 1/10th scale capable Brushless Speedcontrols.

I'm most interested in the "SENSORED" type controls, but if you want to add the NON-SENSORED ones to the list too, that's fine...just please note if they are designed for "Sensorless Operation"

The only 2 "Sensored" based systems I'm familiar with are

NOVAK
GTB's - all varieties
Super Sport
XBR

LRP
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Comp 07

is this correct? and are there any others?
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Old 09-05-2007, 11:52 AM   #2
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Novak HV Maxx. Traxxas Velineon
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Tekin R1...


Oh wait, my bad. Its STILL not available.
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Old 09-05-2007, 01:58 PM   #4
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LRP

A.I. Brushless Reverse digital


SPHERE Brushless + Brushed digital

SPHERE
COMPETITION
Brushless +
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'2007 edition'
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SPHERE
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TC Brushless +
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GM Genius 80/95/100 - (Sensored or sensorless, may require adapter)
Quark - (sensored? or sensorless)
Spektrum - (rumored, seen "spy" pictures, sensored)
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[QUOTE=syndr0me;3644863]GM Genius 80/95/100 - (Sensored or sensorless, may require adapter)
Quark - (sensored? or sensorless)
Spektrum - (rumored, seen "spy" pictures, sensored)[/QUOTE]

I heard they are jumping in the fray, got any pics?
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GM Genius 80/95/100 - (Sensored or sensorless, may require adapter)
Quark - (sensored? or sensorless)
Spektrum - (rumored, seen "spy" pictures, sensored)
Quarks are all sensorless

33A
65A
80A
125A

Sensored and sensorless controller in the making from what i hear
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is the Quark Plasma available or still not?
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mamba max?
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mamba max?
That's sensorless, but some say sensored motors work with them, they just need a push at take-off.
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Nosram Matrix Evolution ISTC, used by Andy Moore etc.

It's basicaly the top level LRP unit including fan etc but in red

MRT have a brushless ESC on the way, but I believe it's still in the design stages


Features:

enhanced digital
automatic brushless/brushed adaptation
racing style forward/brake esc
smart-temp-readout-system
redesigned brake
launch control
low profile heatsink with integrated fan
large power capacitor
fan on/off via esc main switch
optimized xps.2 software with special ISTC modes
freezeDrive design
4, 5 and 6 cell optimized
automatic NiMH/LiPo adaptation
sensored design
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gm one.. think its the genius.

not sure if orion use this too
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Where can you get these?

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Nosram Matrix Evolution ISTC, used by Andy Moore etc.

It's basicaly the top level LRP unit including fan etc but in red

MRT have a brushless ESC on the way, but I believe it's still in the design stages


Features:

enhanced digital
automatic brushless/brushed adaptation
racing style forward/brake esc
smart-temp-readout-system
redesigned brake
launch control
low profile heatsink with integrated fan
large power capacitor
fan on/off via esc main switch
optimized xps.2 software with special ISTC modes
freezeDrive design
4, 5 and 6 cell optimized
automatic NiMH/LiPo adaptation
sensored design
12 AWG Power-wire
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I'm a Novak guy, but that thing is sweet. Why two names? Why is it Nosram here and LRP there...or is it LRP here and Nosram there???
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