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Old 03-13-2013, 03:44 AM   #1
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Default HOBBYWING XERUN 150A ESC

hi there,
I want to know What turn can this motor handle?
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HOBBYWING XERUN Competition RC Brushless Motor 150A ESC Speed Controller
http://www.hobbyhot.com/HOBBYWING-XE...ler-SL241.html
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Old 03-13-2013, 10:04 AM   #2
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1 Specification

1.1 Output: Continuous 150A, burst 950A.
1.2 Input: 6-18 cells NiMH/NiCd or 2-6S LiPo. (But 2S lipo or 6 cells NiMH is not recommended)
1.3 BEC: 5.75V/3A (Switch mode built-in BEC).
1.4 Resistance: 0.0002Ohm.
1.5 Motor Supported: Sensorless and sensored brushless motors.
1.6 Suitable Motor: * Note#1 When working with 4 cells Lipo: KV<=3000 When working with 6 cells Lipo: KV<=2400
1.7 Suitable Car: 1/8 On-road/Buggy/Truggy/Monster competition.
1.8 Size: 58mm(L) * 46.5mm(W) * 35mm(H).
1.9 Weight: 105g (Without wires).
*Note #1: The above KV number is the value of a 4274 sized motor (Diameter=42mm, Length=74mm).


4 cell < 3000kv
6 cell< 2400kv

Also not recommended for use with 2 cells.

http://www.falconsekido.com/products/xerun-150a-sd
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I wonder why it is not recommended for 2cell lipo.
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For whatever reason the BEC isn't strong enough on 2 cells. They have been known to have brown outs. If you install external BEC then you can run on 2s without problems.
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Hi All,

I am having a problem with the hobbywing 150A ESC. I just got it and for some reason there is full drag break when throttle on radio is normal. When I reverse the throttle on my radio and press the brakes, the motor is smooth as can be. I then put the radio back to normal and there is full drag brake again. I plugged the esc into the computer using the LCD programming card and tried to adjust the drag brake there. No different then before. I am using a Sanwa MT4 radio, hobbywing sensored 2200kv motor, Kyosho MP9 TKI3 with E conversion, and a 4 cell lipo battery (if that helps). The play between the pinion and spur seems fine. The firmware was also updated on the Programming card and the ESC itself. I also changed the ESC manually to 4 cell lipo. Any help would be much appreciated.

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I think you need to calibrate it.
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Figured it out. My radio was not synced correctly to the esc.

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