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Old 06-15-2013, 10:39 PM   #1
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Are all motor tabs A B and C compatible to the esc tabs A B and C? I have a hobbywing esc and a Tekin motor and before solder the wires i just want to be sure the tabs match for any esc/motor combo that are labeled such. Thanks in advance
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For sensored motors and ESCs yes, and they must be kept in order, A to A, etc.

Only sensorless types, (or at least running sensorless with no sensor harness) can be switched around. Semsorless likely are not marked A-B-C.

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For sensored motors and ESCs yes, and they must be kept in order, A to A, etc.

Only sensorless types, (or at least running sensorless with no sensor harness) can be switched around. Semsorless likely are not marked A-B-C.
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Brushless motors are just three phase dc motors. Phase a,b,c.
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