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Old 01-02-2005, 07:05 AM   #1
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Exclamation New Lrp Speed Control

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A Speed Control for Both Worlds:
LRP “Sphere” Brushed/Brushless Speed Control

This revolutionary new speed control offers racers an easy intermediate “step” into the new era of brushless motors, because it’s the first competition-level ESC that can be used with both conventional brushed motors and the new brushless, sensored motors such as the Reedy NEO One.

The LRP Sphere is actually 4 speed controls in one, offering the user a choice of Forward/Brake/Reverse or just Forward/Brake operation when used with brushed or brushless motors … with practically NO motor limits!

The Sphere offers all the well-known benefits of brushless motor systems … minimum maintenance, tremendous power and high efficiency, in a small-footprint package of only 33.3 by 37.7mm (roughly between the sizes of a Quantum Competition and an IPC V7.1). The Sphere features a 3-way multi-protection system against overload, thermal and short protection, as well as convenient external solder tabs for all the power wires.

The Sphere’s sensored design enabled LRP to develop a brushless system with the feel of a conventional brushed motor, with all the inherent driving characteristics, smooth, linear operation, no stuttering, and a full range of adjustable features. The Sphere expands on the LRP Quantum Competition 2’s easy-to-use setup platform with FOUR adjustable modes:

Mode 1: Brushed/Brushless and Forward/Brake/Reverse or Forward/Brake selection.

Mode 2: Punch Control, with three engine maps: Sportsman, for brushless operation limited to 24, 000 RPM, Low Grip, using LRP’s intelligent current limiting system, and Modified, for unlimited RPM and linear throttle operation.

Mode 3: Initial Brake with four levels: Linear, smooth, medium, or aggressive. Allows the driver to adjust the feel of his brakes.

Mode 4: Automatic Brake, adjustable in four levels: No auto-brake, smooth auto-braking, medium auto-braking, and aggressive auto-braking. This feature is especially important when using brushless motors, as it enables you to closely simulate the feel of driving a conventional brushed motor (with its inherent “drag” brake action) when coasting in neutral.

The LRP Sphere is LRP’s first ESC for the new era of brushless motors … and simply the most advanced competition level digital speed control in the world today.
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Old 01-02-2005, 07:36 AM   #2
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yeah, that's great!
but how much does it cost?

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Old 01-02-2005, 07:45 AM   #3
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Old 01-02-2005, 07:48 AM   #4
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I think The speed control 200$ and the brushless motor 100$
well that what i read in Car Action magazine
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