Freewing 130A Brushless ESC with 8A UBEC - EC5
Freewing 130 Amp Brushless Electronic Speed Control (ESC) with 8A UBEC and EC5 Power Connector Manufactured by HobbyWing
Fits the following Freewing airplanes:
- Stinger 90
- Silicone wire：12 gauge
- L1=50mm ; L2=250mm ; L3=300mm
- Motor connector: 4mm bullet
- Battery connector: EC5
- UBEC: 8 Amp
Note: Some customers have reported hearing a single beeping tone when the ESC is connected. This is due to the UBEC not being plugged into the receiver in a separate and open channel. You must connect the UBEC lead to an available port on your receiver. This will stop the beeping.
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Freewing 130A ESC
I am currently building a 78" Vulcan bomber from plan which requires 2 x 90mm EDF. I have chosen JP 6S EDF units and have decided to use the Freewing 130a ESC with the JP units. This is because they have given me great service in all my Freewing EDF's and I also have the programming card.
fast delivery-good quality
Awesome esc works as it should
the best cutomer service. Will have a customer for life
The ESC was bad when I got the plane. Called you guys and talked to brad and he listen to it over the phone and said we will send one right out. No fuss no muss there. But shipping that is a whole different ball of wax. I don't know what is up with that. Your smaller boxes go out UPS and then end up with USPS and some times they use three legged donkeys with one eye to carry stuff. So any way it got here thanks very much
very nice for the money, had to swap out all plugs to match up
i know im being picky but motion only carries a limited line of plane mfg items and i ordered this esc to put into my fms mustang since i was up dating the motor to the 580kv that will pull right at the upper limit of the stock esc. and i also prefer the stand alone bec that was included with the new esc. i found that the motor plugs were not the same size and i had to swap the ones off of another motor i had and the odd pwr plugs that are installed on the new esc not e3 or deans but a stand alone bullet size.. good but not the normal ones we all see on arfs and pnp type planes these days.. had to lower the trim to bottom to get it to work and all is very nice now. pulling 71a at over 1000 watts on 4s pack