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Q: will this work in a RGT 136240 v2 ?

Asked by BG255545223 on 2022-05-14 05:09:57

DelDredd That car comes with in built ESC-Rx so you do not need this, also needs 2 Cell ie7.4 V and the car is 1 Cell powered, 2Cell would burnout the motor. You would need a seperate Transmitter and receiver to run this ESC as well.

2022-05-15 04:53:25 Helpful (0)
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Q: Will this work with the 2 speed transmission motor for WPL B36?

Asked by BG141114154 on 2022-04-06 05:38:17

DelDredd Should work fine, does not matter it is 2 speed, if it is using a brushed motor ie 350 370 etc.

2022-04-07 04:58:39 Helpful (0)
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Q: how many voltage does one esc can handle.

Asked by BG373346251 on 2021-07-12 11:54:38

DelDredd It tells you in the Description which states 3 to 9.4 Volts.

2021-07-13 04:35:25 Helpful (0)
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Q: Are the electronics waterproof?

Asked by Jonathan_Perez on 2021-07-02 11:05:50

DelDredd They are not meant to be immersed in water but the odd splash and rain etc should not cause too much concern. You could always do the waterproofing yourself if you intend going through deep puddles etc. Plenty of videos about of the truck in action even through some water also on how to waterproof.

2021-07-03 05:24:16 Helpful (0)
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DelDredd Not used it yet, but obvious it must have otherwise how is your Receiver going to get power and your Servos etc via the Receiver. Generally ESC's are listed as Opto etc if they have no BEC as per a lot used in Quads, as these use distribution boards and separate Regulators to power any ancillary lights for example.

2021-06-17 09:24:02 Helpful (0)
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DelDredd Youdo know the Transmitter contains two antennas and has been proved to have controls up to 2Km away in air so no need for an Antenna update.

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Q: What recievers are compatible with the radio?

Asked by BG431349256 on 2020-08-23 03:29:39

DelDredd You can use standard AFHDS Receivers as well, you select the Mode Type for each Model Memory in use.

2021-02-12 04:34:46 Helpful (0)
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Q: Can you use a fs-t4b transmitter ?

Asked by BG119746514 on 2021-02-11 02:27:37

DelDredd No as has been noted already your Radio is AFHDS format the Receiver uses AFHDS 2A so will not be able to decode the signal.I can recommend the FlySky FS-I6 10Ch Transmitter which it would work with, this Transmitter can work with AFHDS and AFHDS 2A as you can select it for each Model in the memory seperately which means you can use the old style FlySky Receivers as well.I updated my FS-I6 with new software available form RCGroups so it has extra functions and channels available, I use it with Mini Quads and Small planes.The Rx also works well. https://www.banggood.com/FlySky-FS-i6-2_4G-6CH-AFHDS-RC-Radion-Transmitter-With-FS-iA6B-Receiver-for-RC-FPV-Drone-p-983537.html?cur_warehouse=CN

2021-02-12 04:21:18 Helpful (0)
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Q: Does it work in bright outdoor light?

Asked by Arnold on 2019-12-02 06:42:28

DelDredd Does not seem to measure past 5M when outside in bright light, I have tried a few times. Would need to wait until very dull outside.

2020-04-27 03:48:21 Helpful (2)
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Q: Does the item include an English Manual?

Asked by James on 2020-04-26 08:23:41

DelDredd Yes Manual is in english

2020-04-27 03:44:59 Helpful (0)
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Q: Is this available in fractional size?

Asked by scott33761 on 2020-03-18 07:45:54

DelDredd If you mean Imperial ie inches and fractions of an inch, I don't think so.If you mean in steps smaller than 1mm then yes it is marked on the rule as such, there are holes marked for 0.25mm steps.You can see in the pictures, 10th 20th and 40th of cm steps.See answer below to link for an imperial version, more expensive but smaller ones available.

2020-03-19 05:52:46 Helpful (0)
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Q: can i use a 30x30mm fc+esc stack?

Asked by EddrickBoddie on 2019-08-27 12:37:46

DelDredd Notreally as designed for 20mm stacks, the 30mm holes for the pillars and top plate and are in cross formation so your stack would be out by 45 degrees. would also limit prop size as would be very little clearance.

2020-02-27 05:19:18 Helpful (0)
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DelDredd Possibly,never tried as I have a separate crimp pliers specifically for them.Somebody elses review"Hands down the best crimper for servo connectors in the Banggood portfolio. Makes clean and strong crimps"

2020-02-27 05:15:42 Helpful (0)
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Q: will this work for the tinyhawk S?

Asked by pseudoarq on 2020-02-15 10:41:04

DelDredd Donot see why not, as long as you are good a soldering small connections and know which is signal and ground on the Receiver.

2020-02-27 05:14:19 Helpful (0)
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