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Non bec receiver+ "modern" ESC 3 weeks 3 days ago #59617

Hi guys,
I have a question to avoid to toast my old sanwa gc3300 rx I puted on my mountaineer.
I puted a period esc a futaba mc112 in place of a msc.
The gc hasn't a bec system. So I used a 4cells clip. But the system works without the clip. Like if the esc gives power to the receiver. Is it dangerous for the receiver? Should I keep the cells clip or not? Is there a risk to toast the receiver with the esc?
I took a 10 minutes run without matter nor burning smell.

Thanks for your advices.
Flo

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Non bec receiver+ "modern" ESC 3 weeks 3 days ago #59618

stingray-63 wrote: Hi guys,
I have a question to avoid to toast my old sanwa gc3300 rx I puted on my mountaineer.
I puted a period esc a futaba mc112 in place of a msc.
The gc hasn't a bec system. So I used a 4cells clip. But the system works without the clip. Like if the esc gives power to the receiver. Is it dangerous for the receiver? Should I keep the cells clip or not? Is there a risk to toast the receiver with the esc?
I took a 10 minutes run without matter nor burning smell.

Thanks for your advices.
Flo


What's the output on the +ve (& -ve) from the ESC? A multimeter ought to be part of everyone's tool kit, even a 5 EUR analogue model.

I don't believe there is a standard as such, but the Tamiya TEU101BK outputs whatever the drive battery is outputting (so up to 11v+ for a freshly charged NiMH pack :blink:), but every other ESC I've ever measured IIRC was 4.8v. I think i';ve read about 6v DV outputs, but to get that you'd usually need a UBEC with a switchable outputs.

I wouldn't count on being safe, you'll think it's fine right up until the magic smoke escapes ;)
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Non bec receiver+ "modern" ESC 3 weeks 3 days ago #59619

Thanks Jonny. I will control all that.

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Non bec receiver+ "modern" ESC 3 weeks 3 days ago #59620

please take note the old sanwa are wired different too the servo wire
from the futaba

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Non bec receiver+ "modern" ESC 3 weeks 3 days ago #59622

Here is the temporary original setup. With the clip
Cells clip, switch and receiver. For the servos, steering to channel 1, esc to channel 2 always on switched and gearbox to channel 3.
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Non bec receiver+ "modern" ESC 2 weeks 5 days ago #59695

hi yes u can use a new esc on the 2200 receiver so i guessing u can do this all so to the 3300
have a look
if i was u i would be getting a broken servo from the 3300 then take the wire off
the servo
then buy a female futaba plug then put the plug onto the end
so the the esc will into it
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Non bec receiver+ "modern" ESC 2 weeks 5 days ago #59696

sorry if your thinking why is there only one plug in the receiver
1 for the servo
and the esc is hard wired in
and if anyone got a spare 2200 receiver bottom please email cuz i had to brake it to get it off PLEASE
one of the screws were rust bad
works great
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Non bec receiver+ "modern" ESC 2 weeks 5 days ago #59698

Thanks spannerman. Modern connectors fit on the 3300. Naturally with the + on the right side. ;)
Sorry I sold a 2200 last year.

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Non bec receiver+ "modern" ESC 2 weeks 4 days ago #59734

hi stingray-63 would u know the question
the
Turnigy 1000mAh 2S 30C 7.4v Lipo Pack Battery XT60 JST-XH
i have a battery charger iMAX B6
what do u charge this at
lipo 7.4 2c 500mah that right? balance charge
i just want to make sure

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Non bec receiver+ "modern" ESC 2 weeks 4 days ago #59740

No lipo charging is generally 1c. So, your stick is 1000mAh 2S you have to trim the b6 on 2S at 1000mAh (1A) and plug the balancing wire.

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