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Description

features
  • Fine, proportional control
  • High motor clock frequency (hec)
  • Sensitive starting
  • Flexible silicone connecting cable
  • Powerful BEC power supply
  • Wear-free output stage
  • over temperature protection (TP)
  • POR - Power-on protection
  • PCO - undervoltage shutdown
  • Rx filter - switches off the controller if the transmitter signal is missing or invalid.
  • splash-proof due to acrylic lacquer sealing (WP)
  • Easiest programming of the areas forward, stop, dyn. brake and reverse
  • Only one input button and LED monitor display


Technical specifications
  • Protective functions: BEC, hec, eps, TP, POR, POR, PCO, WP, Rx filter
  • Weight approx.: 60 g
  • Short-time current: 25 A
  • Load current: 20 A
  • Number of cells: 5-10 NC/NiMH or 6-12 V lead-acid battery
  • Plug-in system: 1.5 mm2 JST / TAM
  • Functions: Forward, Stop, Dynamic brake, Reverse
  • BEC: 5V, 1.2A

Dimensions: 46 x 37 x 25 mm

Features Rookie controller:
- Fine, proportional control
- High motor clock frequency (hec)
- Sensitive starting
- Flexible silicone connection cable
- Powerful BEC power supply
- Wear-free final stage
- Overtemperature protection (TP)
- POR - switch-on protection
- PCO - Undervoltage switch-off
- Rx filter - switches off the controller if the transmitter signal is missing or invalid
- Splash-proof due to acrylic lacquer sealing (WP)
- Simple programming of the forward, stop, dynamic brake and reverse ranges
- Only one input button and LED monitor display
- Protective functions: BEC, hec, eps, TP, POR, PCO, WP, Rx Filter
- Functions: Forward, Stop, Dyn. brake, Reverse

Technical data

Zellen 5-10NIXX
Dauer A 20
Max A 25
BEC 5V/1,2A
Gewicht 60 g
Größe 46/37/25 mm
Typ Brushed
In 1924 Robert Becker (robbe) set up a small sawmill in the heart of Germany, which formed the germ-cell of brand today. At that time modelling was almost unknown, and did not feature in the activities of the young company, which initially concentrated on marketing a broad range of wooden products. After 1945 the first supplies of balsa wood were imported from South America for processing, and it was Hubert Becker, son of the company's founder, who was among the first to recognise the potential of this easily-worked timber in the field of modelling.

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