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Castle Phoenix Edge 100 AMP ESC

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Castle Phoenix Edge 100 AMP ESC
Castle Phoenix Edge 100 AMP ESC
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Get the Edge Over the Competition!

Phoenix Edge Series ESCs are the next evolution in speed controller technology. The white user-programmable auxiliary wire can be used forfeatures such as helicopter governor gain input adjustments mid-flight,serving as an audible beacon after an “unexpected landing”, acting as anRPM output for 3-axis gyros that support RPM sensors, be used as an ESCarming lock (coupon for free Arming Lockout Key included), or as areceiver arming lock. Combined with data logging, access to Castle’sindustry leading software functions, and USB programming capability viaCastle Link USB adapter (coupon included), or the new B-LINK Bluetooth Adapter and Castle Link for iOS, Phoenix Edge offersunparalleled versatility.

Technical Specs
Input Voltage Range:MIN: 2S LiPo
MAX: 8S LiPo
Max Continuous Amperage at full throttle:100A* continuous amperage capability
Max Voltage:33.6V
BEC Voltage:User selectable choice from 5 to 8.4 volt output
BEC Output:5 amp peak ** 
Size:Width: 2.0" (50.8mm)
Length: 2.8" (71.9mm)
Depth: 0.9" (23.2mm)
Weight (w/wires):4.5 oz. (126.6g)
2.6 oz. (72.9g) without wires
Application Guidelines: 
500, 550, or 600 class helicopters and .40 - .90 fixed wing
Items Needed for Operation:Battery and motor connector required; Battery: Castle 6.5mm polarized connector, Motor: 5.5mm bullet connector (or compatible connectors pre-installed on the motor) 
Product Use Statements:For 500, 550, or 600 class heli applications, use external BEC or RX/servo power source (not included). 
Always perform a range check at full, half and zero throttle before flying any new speed controller. 
For helicopters, range check with the blades off the helicopter at full, half and zero throttle.
Tech Notes:Note to users with a Futaba Transmitter: You must reverse the throttle channel signal on your transmitter. Please refer to your Futaba instructions.