photo should be attached
|colin weaver||29/03/2019 20:04:39|
|23 forum posts|
769 forum posts
You could check with Electricwingman he sells them?
|Chris Walby||29/03/2019 20:34:19|
1073 forum posts
Hi, for £13 does it really matter? If it works then give it a go. If you are really concerned put it on a test rig and hammer it at 60A a few time until warm.
If really concerned fly with a separate RX battery in case of a dead stick if it fails.
PS Looking at on line photos yours seems to have some odd worn text, but it looks okay as the heat shrink is the right length + wires have similar markings etc.
|Denis Watkins||29/03/2019 20:39:27|
|4078 forum posts|
Different style of Hobbywing writing on yours
Edited By Denis Watkins on 29/03/2019 20:41:36
|Stephen Jones||29/03/2019 20:52:40|
2767 forum posts
And Bec reads 5v@3A
And not 5v@5A
|John Privett||29/03/2019 22:03:26|
6020 forum posts
+ve input is at the top on Colin's ESC, -ve is at the top on Denis's.
So they're certainly different. But just a different generation, or something else?
|colin weaver||29/03/2019 22:50:12|
|23 forum posts|
thanks, Folks, I think mine looks `iffy'
regards, Colin W
|Don Fry||30/03/2019 06:26:15|
4408 forum posts
Where did it come from?
|Former Member||30/03/2019 08:15:09|
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|Tim A||30/03/2019 09:10:06|
|220 forum posts|
You can check on the hobbywing website by entering a code that comes with a genuine one here Anti-Counterfeit Code
Comparing yours to pictures of the genuine ones shows a lot of differences.
|Derek Stevenson||30/03/2019 14:20:11|
280 forum posts
I rarely fly electric but bought an electric racer at a recent swapmeet. All was in plane except esc, ordered one of the above and it arrived yesterday same Colin's @3A cost me £13.21 delivered. Checked advert and was shown as 3A so no complaint.
Edited By Derek Stevenson on 30/03/2019 14:23:12
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