What the heck is a BEC?
Our Battery Eliminator Circuits are small devices that eliminate the need for a receiver and servo battery pack. They draw higher voltage from the motor batteries and drop it to a voltage level that is suitable for your receiver and servos. This is required in applications which draw high power for multiple servos or use more than 3S motor packs, as most ESCs with linear BECs are not designed for these applications.
NOTE: CC BEC Pro should never be operated in series or parallel with another BEC or backup receiver pack connected to the RX/Servo side of the circuit.
20 amps peak*
|Max Input Voltage:||Cars: 8s (33.6V)
Airplanes: 10s (42V)
Helicopters (Airplane with brake disabled): 12s (50.4V)
|Adjustable Output Voltage**:||4.8V to 12.5V
(Factory default voltage: 5.1V)
**Voltage must be changed via Castle Link (sold separately)
|Size:||Width: 1.30" (33mm)
Length: 1.86" (47mm)
Depth: 0.86" (22mm)
|Weight:||1.4 oz. (40g)|
|Items Needed for Operation:||Battery connectors (sold separately)|
|Product Use Statements:||Read all wiring diagrams and usage advisories before using CC BEC Pro; PDF versions of the included manuals can be found on our support site. Not intended for use in wet conditions, BEC is not waterproof.|
|Application Guidelines:||Generally used for 1/5 scale cars or cars utilizing multiple high powered digital servos, lights, winches and other accessories. It is also useful in larger airplanes using 4 or more digital servos. Perfect for 500 size or larger helis and UAS.|
|Programmability:||Yes, output voltage can be changed via Castle Link (sold separately)|
|Telemetry Link Capable:||N/A|
|Tech Notes:||*Ratings are determined with a 5mph airflow on the BEC|
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