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Creations 10 Amp Adjustable Bec

Creations 10 Amp Adjustable Bec

Regular price $39.99 CAD
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Power Management!

The Creations 10 Amp Adjustable BEC is a device that eliminates the need for a receiver battery by drawing voltage from the motor batteries and reducing it to a suitable level for the receiver and servos. This is essential for applications that employ high-power servos in conjunction with ESCs without an internal BEC or inadequate BECs.

The Creations 10 Amp Adjustable BEC is capable of operating 6S LiPo at up to 10A peak servo load, which makes it suitable for cars using high-powered digital servos. It can also be used in smaller airplanes with 4 traditional non-digital servos or 6 micro servos. Additionally, it's a great option for 450-sized or smaller helicopters. Those needing more amperage or voltage capability should consider the CC BEC Pro.

Technical Specs
Max Amps: 10 amps peak*
Max continuous current*
<12 volts input = 7 amps
<24 volts input = 5 amps
Input Voltage: 5v to 25.2v
2s to 6s LiPo
Adjustable Output Voltage**: 4.8V to 9 volts
(Factory default voltage: 5.1V)
**Voltage must be changed via Castle Link (sold separately)
Size: Width: 0.57" (15mm)
Length: 1.70" (43mm)
Depth: 0.48" (12mm)
Weight: 0.53 oz. (15.2g)
Connectors: N/A
Items Needed for Operation: Battery connectors (sold separately)
Product Use Statements: Read all wiring diagrams, and usage advisories in the Resources section below before using CC BEC. Not intended for use in wet conditions, BEC is not waterproof. Use the CC BEC 2.0 Waterproof.
Application Guidelines: Generally used for cars utilizing high-powered digital servos. It is also useful in smaller airplanes using 4 standard non-digital servos or 6 micro servos. Perfect for 450 size or smaller helis and night flyers.
Programmability: Yes, the output voltage can be changed via Castle Link (sold separately)
Telemetry Link Capable: N/A
Tech Notes: *Ratings are determined with a 5mph airflow on the BEC.
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