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RC Brushless Motor and Electronic Speed Controller Take Stage on mBuyNow This Week
The RC hobby accessory store of UK is pleased to announce the launch of new products: RC brushless motor combo and electronic speed controller.
Leopard 60A ESC 4370kv 9T RC Brushless Motor Combo w/ Program Card for 1/10 Car (http://www.mbuynow.com/
It wasn't a quiet weekend for mbuynow.com. This week, it has published the leopard 60A ESC 4370kv 9T RC brushless motor yet, as this item can suitable for most 1/10 RC car, and will be able to have a high performance steady and reliable. It is also designed to offer high power and high efficiency with low weight and compact dimensions. This RC brushless motor is combined with two programming methods of programming card and manual programming, and which also easy to configure the program card. This item has won a great popularity from its coming, and up to now, it has sold out over 3000 pieces in totally. However, mbuynow.com said that they will adjust the price of this item in occasionally due to the promotion time goes by.
Electronic Speed Controller Hornet 80A ESC for Aircraft Helicopter (http://www.mbuynow.com/
Electronic speed controller also comes new at this week; it is especially designed for model helicopter and airplane, and meet all the demands of relevant and mandatory EC directives which has the most intelligent, comprehensive software and capable of operating virtually any brushless motor on the market.
This 80A ESC can be called to be a wonderful device that comes with the latest SMT hardware technology; it can offer you the option of changing the programmable settings and can work regularly without anything programmed. While if you want to use some advances features or to change the default settings, then you can do some works on programming.
Meanwhile, you should note that this electrical speed controller is providing a 3 amps output current with 2-6S LiPo pack, while it is not enough for most airplane applications to work with. Then you may need to use another source to power up your systems.