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    Looking for some advice on which ESC's are best for DJI Naza and Wookong

    Hi everyone!

    As the titel say's, i would like some advice on which esc would be best to use
    with the DJI NAZA and later on the Wookong?

    I will be using them on a hexa for professional commercial usage, so i'd rather not use hobbyking esc's.

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    Fer
    Last edited by Traveller; 17th April 2012 at 06:54 PM.
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    Anyone?
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    Don't ask me, mine just caught on fire!
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    Hahahahah yeah i saw that! that looked bad!
    did you have allot of damage? or was it just the esc? still,
    sorry for your loss mate!
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    Im using hobbyking F-30A cheapies, flashed with simonK firmware. works fine

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    well, im not an expert, but you choose an ESC in function of the power you use. If you pull too much watts then it will burn.
    I prefere use a 60 amp ESC while i get a 45amp peek, this is more safe... but a 50 amp ESC would be good enough. Also you might check for the BEC maximum output. Mine is 3amp but my plane is basic, only 2 servo (elevon). If you use big servo and/or many servo, you probably need a UBEC because the ESC wont provide enough power and might burn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francoishaha View Post
    Also you might check for the BEC maximum output. Mine is 3amp but my plane is basic, only 2 servo (elevon). If you use big servo and/or many servo, you probably need a UBEC because the ESC wont provide enough power and might burn.
    hehe this is for a multicopter. no servos!

    I understand there can be issues with the rate at which the quad controller communicates with the ESC. And Turnigy Plush are regarded as working pretty well for this. But I ended up with Hexfet from HK because Plush are sold out. Just assembling now, so I have no feedback yet.
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    I have the 30 amp escs for NTM 2826 1200kv motors it that help. no probs so far

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    Hey all,
    I've been out of the loop for a while, but i'm back and just read all the comment's. Thanks for all the useful info! i Really appreciated it!

    I also just realized that i should have given a bit more info on the setup...

    I would like to use the Axi 2826/12 motors (http://mikrokopter.altigator.com/axi...r-p-40320.html

    So if anyone has some experience with these motors, i would be grateful for some advice!

    Regards

    Fer
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