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01-24-2016 02:00 AM  3 years ago
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Are these connectors ok on a 600 size helicopter? If not open to suggestions

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01-24-2016 02:44 AM  3 years ago
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No .. They are good for up to 60A

Use the XT90 for 600 or bigger
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02-18-2016 08:57 PM  3 years ago
Rojoalfa

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A series 600 helicopter EPS need just 2 HP to operate.

Such power requeriment is depend on flying mode.

If You pretend hard 3D flying, your EPS probably spend 8 HP so high amps connector are required.

If You are going to fly sport, your EPS work fine with that connector.

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02-18-2016 09:50 PM  3 years ago
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To start out with a disclaimer, I have switched over from the Deans Ultras to EC5s, but I ran the Deans for over 3 years on everything from 500s to 700s (160a escs) and never had a single issue. To the best of my knowledge, the Deans were only rated to 60a also. I will say that I was very picky about soldering the wires onto the Deans, though.

If the solder joint wasn't good, I can see where there might be a problem, but that would be the same case with any plug.
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