Overlander XP2 40A Brushless ESC - RTF Speed Controller READY TO FLY! - Now fitted with Deans connector for the battery and 3.2mm gold connectors for the motor! DESCRIPTION This series of speed controllers have high technology and perfect function. Aiming at none-hall direct current brushless motors, they can set several parameters through program card or key on ESC and are convenient to use. XP2 40A Brushless speed controller features * Full protection feature including low voltage, over-heat, throttle signal lost, startup protection and self-check. * Compatible with most sensor less brushless motors. * Excellent startup performance, great throttle linear and quick throttle response. * Support highest motor speed 210,000RPM (2 poles), 70,000RPM (6 poles) and 35,000(12 poles). * Easy configured with program card. * System can automatically detect throttle neutral point. * 3 timing modes can match different motors. * 3 modes of start force adjustment. *Governor mode for heli * Reverse motor direction SPECIFICATION * Low resistance PCB * Input Voltage: Support 2-4 cell Li-Po, 5-12 Nimh * Continue current: 40A, (Burst max 55A 10 secs) * BEC output: 3A/5V * Dimensions: 68 x 25 x 8 mm * Weight: 34g * Blue Motor Wire 14AWG * Red and Black Battery Wire 12AWG Manufacturers recommend Servo numbers to be limited to 1 servo per 1A of BEC. At Overlander we say you should consider a separate RX pack or uprated UBEC when using 4 servos or more
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Will this work with the standard Wot 4 foam-e motor without program card?
Asked by John Parker on 26th August 2016
Yes, it should work fine on the Wot 4. However to adjust additional settings you'd also benefit from the program card.
Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models