BBB Edition Antweight Dual ESC v3
BBB edition antweight dual brushed ESC – improving the driving experience and specs for ants! This version 3 is over 40% smaller and over a gram lighter (most of the weight is the wires still!) than v2, but with all the great specs! How to connect up & wire ESC below. Please read our Antweight Drive Kit Build Guide for step by step wiring guide.
- Custom firmware with center braking for greatly improved driving experience
- ESC actively brings motors to a stop when the sticks are centered for better control.
- 2A per side (4A peak) – Ideal for two or four N10s or N20s.
- 2-4S support input for higher voltage applications
- Weighs only ~7g including all pre-soldered connectors with the motor wires cut to length
- can save quite a lot of the weight by shortening wires, removing connectors
- Built in 5V 1A BEC for receiver and servos!
- Built in drive mixing with a solder jumper to enable independent drive if you prefer
- the only soldering required is to the motor terminals, otherwise it’s plug and play! (see below)
90 in stock
Antweight Dual ESC Wiring diagram using components in this kit:
Receiver Connectors (with signal mixing on by default):
- On one servo connector:
- white wire drives left/right on the motors
- red wire provides the positive rail of the BEC at 5V (+VE)
- black wire provides ground (GND)
- Separate yellow connector: drives forwards/backwards on the motors.
Example receivers/transmitters below – note your receiver & transmitter may have a different layout to this!
On an FS2A 4channel receiver with a mode 2 Flysky i6 transmitter:
- the white connector would plug in to channel 1 (AIL – right stick left/right)
- the yellow connector would plug in to channel 2 (ELE – right stick up/down)
For a DSM2 receiver with a DEVO 7E transmitter:
- white wire (left/right on the motors) plugged in to channel 2 of a DSM2 receiver which by default on our Devo 7E transmitter is left/right on the right stick (AIL) On the same connector the red wire connects to +VE and black wire to GND (as the BEC) powering our receiver.
- yellow wire (forwards/backwards on the motors) plugged in to channel 3 which is up/down on the right stick (ELE) .