Chaos Esc opinions

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#21

I running turnigy graphene 1300mah 4s 65c packs on by build.
I’ve changed from turnigy nano-tech 1300mah 4s 45-90c packs.

I’m begining to think my nano-tech lipos didn’t have the power to max out my motors or ESCs but the higher rated graphene pack does and thats whats causing the them to burn?


#22

Older littlebee 's were knowned to burn due to Dumped Light peeks. A capacitor on the battery line usually solved that problem. I have a capacitor on all my quads and never had a burned esc


#23

I’m already running a 25v 1000uf capacitor on the PDB input directly on the XT60 connector.

I never had this problem until I switched to the graphene packs.


#24

Just ordered 4 Chaos 30amp ESCs. :slight_smile:
Hoping this will fix my burning issue and allow me to try out Dshot as well.
Win - Win


#25

I’ve had these ESCs fitted now for a little over two weeks. Set them up with Dshot 600.

  • Reduced my prop wash without having changed anything but with any hardware change its good to update your PIDs.

  • They don’t even get warm on my build, I haven’t burned any out unlike my old littlebee’s.

  • They are a little heaver than my old littlebee 20amp but then these are 30amp so thats to be expected.

  • My motors spin up so smoothly at a much lower throttle input

For the price and the full range of protocol support and bheli_s. These will now be my ESCs of choice.:slight_smile:


#26

I have just fitted them on my Tarot 650 with Emax MT4008 380kv motors, so far they work very well.
I still can’t belive how small and light they are.