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Old 03-27-2008, 08:37 PM
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Hello everyone here, I am glad to info all of you that we are releasing a new brushless speed controller coded "RB-50" (Racing Brushless system 50). This speedo is the smallest sensored brushless controller in the market with highest power and functions. We hope to release to the market in May/2008. More photos and information will be available next month.

TEAM WAVE "RB-50" Racing Brushless Controller Specification:

Brushless Motor : no limit
Brush Motor: no limit
Rated current: 400A Continuous
BEC: 6V, 3A Continuous
Input voltage: 4-6 Cells NiMh, 2Cells LiPo
Protection: Temp cut (adjustable), LiPo cut (adjustable)
Mode: Forward with brake (brush/brushless), Forward/Brake/Reverse (brushless)
Adjustment: Neutral Brake, Brake force, Turbo Drive, Time shift (motor timing), Throttle profile, Brake profile
Cooling fan: High power high speed cooling fan included
Capacitor: Small size super low resistance capacitor included (10mm diameter x 21mm length)
Body size: 34mm * 31mm * 18mm (W*L*H)
Body size with heatsink: 34mm * 31mm * 25.5mm (W*L*H)

Extra features:
*World smallest sensored racing brushless controller
*Easy soldering 2-way bullet soldering post (can accept up to AWG10 wire)
*Direct flow technology
*Turbo drive technology
*Time shift technology
*Updateable firmware
*Optional setup unit
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Old 03-27-2008, 08:42 PM
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Nice!

When will they be available?
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Originally Posted by tbeardmore View Post
Nice!

When will they be available?
"We hope to release to the market in May/2008. More photos and information will be available next month."
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you have to excuse Todd, he's not too good with that whole "reading" thing I want to try out the "time shift technology"
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And Todd was making fun of my spelling!
Do you guys think this will be good for touring? or 12th scale?
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Looks like another nice BL esc from HK after Speed passion, but will they also release motor?
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thats pretty cool but worlds smallest? you guys are talking like its the size of an atom when in actuality its only a couple millimeters smaller than the GTB, which is huge.
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i'll be giving this one a try
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Old 03-27-2008, 09:43 PM
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I don't think this is a rebadged S/P since it is a lot smaller and I havent seen anything similar. It looks like it would be easy to wire with the bullet type connectors....
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RB-50 is not OEM from any company, it is 100% developed by TEAM WAVE, we have spend 2 years and lots of money in developing this speedo, we hope to deliver the most sophisticated speed controller to our customer.
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Team Wave,

Your product looks very nice, Very tempting to try one out myself. Will your speedo need a large capacitor and/or a fan when running Mod BL motors.

Will you guys be doing motors as well or just the speed controller?



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That looks very nice. In what situations are the capacitor and fan required?
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A 25x25x10mm high speed fan is included
A 1500u super low resistance cap is included (1/10 resistance of super cap)
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Can it work on Brushed motor as well?
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Can it work on Brushed motor as well?


YES
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