MT85A-SBEC-HE Harrier Eco Series Speed Controller 5.5V/4A SBEC for RC Airplane/Helicopter

$57.80 Regular price $72.25

MT85A-SBEC-HE Harrier Eco Series Speed Controller 5.5V/4A SBEC for RC Airplane/Helicopter

MT70A-SBEC-HE Harrier Eco Series Speed Controller 5.5V/4A SBEC for RC Airplane/Helicopter

Application: Airplane/RC Airplane/3D flying/RC Hobby Applications/sport flying/aggressive aerobatics/helicopter/racing airplane/ROV/ROVEEE/remote operated vehicle, underwater robot, Underwater Robotics/underwater remotely operated vehicles, subsea robots,cablecam, broadcast, IBC2019, Ultra drones, etc.,

Model NO.:  MT85A-SBEC-HE

Series Type......................................   Maytech Harrier-Eco Series 

Cont.Current ...................................   85A

Burst Current ...................................  90A

BEC..................................................   5.5V/4A

Lipo...................................................   2-6 cells

Net Weight ........................................  90g

Size....................................................  83*37*17mm

Price do not include prog-card

maytech 80A high current speed controller for rc hobby toys racing helicopter airplane

Recommended Compatible Prog-card:

Progcard-HS for Maytech HE/HS Electric Speed Controller Harrier-Suprem ESC Prog Card

 

Main features:

  1. Excellent startup performance, great throttle linear and quick throttle response, excellent low-speed performance.
  2. Separate voltage regulator IC for MCU (Micro Controller Unit), high capability of anti-interference.
  3. Low-voltage protection, block-rotation protection and signal lose protection, etc. All these functions can effectively prolong ESC service life.
  4. Programmable by Trx or by a Maytech programming card (optional). Program-Card has a simple and visual surface to conveniently change parameters at any time anywhere.
  5. Safe start-up. The motor won’t be started no matter which position the throttle stick is on when battery connected.
  6. Motor rotating direction can be changed by exchanging two of three wires from ESC or setting by the Program-Card.