Great Planes Silver Series 60A Brushless ESC High-Volt

Tower Stock# LXRDH3  •  Manufacturer Stock# GPMM1850
Great Planes Silver Series 60A Brushless ESC High-Volt (large view)
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Notes from our tech department:
This is the ElectriFly Silver Series 60 amp
Hi Volt Brushless Electronic Speed Control.

Capable of handling up to 50V on the input
and 60 amps of continuous current on the output,
the SS-60 is designed for larger high-performance electric airplanes.

FEATURES

Compatible with NiCd, NiMH and LiPo batteries, handles 14-32 NiCd/
NiMH cells or 4-12 LiPo cells (12.4-50V)
Handles up to 50V on input and the pulse-width modulated output
delivers 60A continuous current and 72A surge current
Very little programming required for ease of use and no-hassle
flying fun, an optional Programming Card (GPMM1895) allows
adjustment of brake (ON or OFF), motor rotation (forward or
reverse), timing angle (12 or 20), operating frequency
(8kHz or 16kHz), or custom setting of low battery cutoff voltage
(12.4-37.0V)
Safe-Start function prevents accidental propeller rotation
Opto-isolated radio control (no BEC) for smooth, precise, trouble-
free RF signals
8.5kHz operating frequency for smooth throttle response, good run-
time and cool operation
Audible setup tones
Fully propotional forward with ON/OFF brake
180 day warranty
Mounting tabs for easy mounting and good airflow for cooling

INCLUDES

ElectriFly Silver Series 60A Hi Volt Brushless Electronic Speed
Control with 4" (10cm) 14AWG silicone insulated battery wires,
6" (15cm) 14AWG silicone insulated motor wires, pre-installed
universal radio connector, Deans Ultra battery connector, 4mm
female bullet motor connectors

REQUIREMENTS

Mating motor connectors, use: GPMM3114
Mating battery connector, use: WSDM3000

SPECIFICATIONS

Input Voltage: 14-32 NiCd/MH cells, 4-12 LiPo cells (12.4-50V)
BEC: No BEC circuit, opto-isolated
Output Current: 60A continuous max., 72A surge max.
Max. Output Power: 3000 watts
ON-Resistance: 0.004 ohms
Thermal Cutoff: 230F (110C)
Dimensions: 2.3 x 1.9 x 0.7 in. (58 x 48 x 18mm)
Weight: 3.13oz. (89g, w/Deans Ultra plug, Rx plug, three 4mm bullets)

Manual Setup Setting w/Optional Programming Card
Brake: ON or OFF ON or OFF
Rotation direction: forward only forward or reverse
Timing angle: 12 only 12 or 20
Operating frequency: 8kHz only 8kHz or 16kHz
Low voltage cutoff: Starting 12.4 - 37.0V adjustable
battery voltage x 0.74

COMMENTS

For optional Programming Card, order GPMM1895.

The "Silver Series" line of brushless electronic speed controls
include many built-in safety features. One such feature COULD
POSSIBLY CAUSE THE BRUSHLESS MOTOR TO STOP ROTATING when the
transmitter's stick is at an extremely low position and/or if
rotation of the brushless motor is impeded or obstructed in some
way. This is NORMAL, as the ESC is detecting that a problem
possibly exists with the motor and/or speed control. Rotation of
the motor is stopped to protect the speed control from possible
damage.
WARNING!! If the ESC and motor have already been armed and the motor has been
rotating normally, yet after moving the throttle stick to near minimum the
motor suddenly ceases to rotate normally even if the throttle stick is advanced
above minimum throttle, DO NOT PLACE YOUR HANDS NEAR THE PROPELLER!! FAILURE
TO OBEY THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY!! From this point, moving
the throttle stick up - even to full throttle might not cause the motor to
rotate BUT THE MOTOR IS STILL ARMED AND ACTIVE DURING THIS TIME!! To regain
control of the motor, move the throttle stick to absolute minimum throttle
position and then advance the throttle stick upwards once again.
Alternatively, you can disconnect the battery from the ESC, then re-connect the
power source and re-arm the system.
NEVER get near the propeller if the speed control is connected to input power!
ALWAYS make sure the throttle stick is at minimum position before attempting to
disconnect the battery from the speed control! ElectriFly is not responsible
for incidental damage or personal injury as a result of misuse of this product.

jxs 10/16/07
updt jxs 7/15/09

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