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Old 01-11-2012, 12:00 PM
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Hi Ben
I need to run ESC 6s 300 with 1S Lipo (SAW mono 1S)
Motor and battery are ratted at 550 amps to have voltage 3.22-3.25
Do you have an idea how to make it?
Can you make it for me ?
The minimum voltage for the MCU is 5v. It would take a whole new ESC design to do it.
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Old 01-11-2012, 01:47 PM
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Thanks Ben
it makes me motivated to remake myself.
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Old 03-28-2012, 09:23 PM
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Just a heads up, there's now a 2012 series of ESC's out and fully tested.

The 16s/400 (Great for 10s high power setups)
The 8s/400 (Great for 6s and 8s high power setups)
The 8s/240 (Great for 2s, 4s and 6s high amp setups)

The 8s/240 has been operating in the 300+ amp range at 2-6s and has a built in cap bank. It is also very small using our new water pipe cooling system to allow the ESC to be essentially chopped up into three rails, one for each pole, each with its own aluminum cooling tube.

Any questions, please let me know. Sponsorships are also still available for racers. ;)
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Old 05-06-2012, 08:22 AM
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The 2-8s 240a Fightercat ESC I have been using on a TP power 4082 2200kv motor has been running absolutely flawless. I have been talking to Ben @ Fightercat a lot lately and realize he really, really knows what he is doing, knows what he wants his products to do, and not to mention the great customer service! Thanks for offering a quality product at a reasonable price! Talk soon, Mike, ML Boatworks
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Old 05-10-2012, 11:37 PM
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I bought one of the 16s/200 amp esc's on another forum. New for $150.00 I am having a hard time finding prices for these,but it seems I have paid too much ? Any thoughts. It was a better deal than what I could find in that amp range so I bought it. I am new to electric boats. Any help with figuring out how this thing works would be appreciated..
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Old 08-10-2012, 12:27 AM
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I've been working with an electronics manufacturer and have two new products on the line up for this summer.

1. Already in stock and released, a 75 volt max capacity ESC that's capable of 120 to 170 amps constant depending on temperature. (Capable of delivering over 10,000 watts for under $200)
More info here:
http://fightercatracing.com/index.ph...emart&Itemid=1

2. In production, coming soon, a 25 volt max capacity ESC that's capable of 300 to 350 amps constant depending on temperature with bursts into the 500 amp range. These are specifically designed with racing in mind and to help dominate when cells are limited. News/info will be posted as it becomes available. We're shooting for an < $200 price tag and releasing it by the end of June.

This same manufacturer has been building high performance ESC's for 3D flight for several years. They also produce industrial electronics equipment and have been kind enough to build the above ESC's to our specifications.
hello, where can I buy the 16s 300th esc?
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Old 08-10-2012, 07:52 AM
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hello, where can I buy the 16s 300th esc?
Good question. FC is suppose to be back online with the ESC's soon. Watch there website.
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Old 08-28-2012, 11:13 AM
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Hi,

is anything known regarding Fightercat?
i have a big issue with my 16/400 pre-series and it looks no support available.

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