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4goodbuys2 12-20-2010 02:06 PM

what esc are you using in your robot?
 
I'm trying to find 4 airplane esc's without brakes around 5-10 amps and around $5 each for my 1lb fighting robot.
http://www.robotmarketplace.com/prod...BER2X5-RC.html here's the sabertooth 2X5 the price is just to high.
What esc are you using?

eagledancer 01-22-2011 06:38 AM

RE: what esc are you using in your robot?
 
i am using a vantec in my R2D2 and it works very well but very high priced, my wifes R7C1 uses the sabertooth and it works well also. you may just have to bite the bullet, if you wanna dance you got to pay the fiddler

Captain Action 02-23-2011 06:58 AM

RE: what esc are you using in your robot?
 
Hi
What model Sabertooth are you useing (2x25?) and how heavy is your R7 C1 ?
Thanks

eagledancer 03-22-2011 03:28 PM

RE: what esc are you using in your robot?
 
the r2d2 is 150 lbs, the r7-c1 is 85 lbs.
yes the 2x25 in the r7

kybing 03-31-2011 12:48 AM

RE: what esc are you using in your robot?
 
anyone here used polulu motor driver ? using it with with my semi robotic project. inverted pendulum on buggy
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-NFBm3iQjUF...8032011760.jpg

dknovick 03-31-2011 01:37 PM

RE: what esc are you using in your robot?
 

Quote:

ORIGINAL: kybing

anyone here used polulu motor driver ? using it with with my semi robotic project. inverted pendulum on buggy
I have.

-Dave

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RE: what esc are you using in your robot?
 
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RE: what esc are you using in your robot?
 
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