6V 0.5A Micro BEC

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30th May: New version is 6V rather than 5V. 
A BEC (Battery Eliminator Circuit) supplies a lowered voltage from the lipo suitable for the receiver and servos in your robot. This is a tiny BEC weighs barely more than a gram and takes a 2-4S input and outputs 6V at low current which is great for powering a receiver. If you want to also power a servo consider the larger 5V 3A BEC instead! This BEC comes with some wire to solder it with. We recommend you add a JST connector so you can plug it into receivers that have pins. CAD: STEP file (thanks Felix!) Example circuit diagrams below.

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Input Voltage



5V 0.5A at 2S
5V 0.2A at 4S

Typical Beetle/Feather Wiring Diagram with micro BEC to power the receiver:

Components in this example: 3S or 4S Lipo, Beetle Safety Kit, Breakout Cable, BBB ESCsBBB 22mm Motors, Micro BEC and Flysky Reciever.
Image made by Team DSC.

Brushless Beetle Drive Diagram with micro BEC to power the receiver:

Components in this example: 3S or 4S Lipo, Beetle Safety KitBreakout Cable, BBB AM32 Drive ESCsRepeat Max, Micro BEC and Flysky Reciever.
Image made by Team DSC.

1 review for 6V 0.5A Micro BEC

  1. Henry Strang (verified owner)

    Was really doubting whether these would hold up to my dumb beetle designs, but the interior of Bonbonbonbon is far too small for the other BEC Bristol Bot Builders sell. Quelle suprise when one of these held up to 5 hard-hitting fights and a helluva lot of testing over two long roboteering weekends both in the UK and US. Highly recommend for powering your Rx in a tight space.

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