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Hobbywing XROTOR 45A Statement

Posted by Graham 20/09/2018 0 Comment(s)

Hobbywing has been getting some bad feedback regarding their XRotor 45A 4in 1 ESC, some users have complaned of the ESC overheating and burning they acknowledged the issue on a recent facebook post which I will paste below, personally I think its good for the manufacturer to acknowledge the fact there is an issue and they are working on it rather than buring there head in the sand...

Recently, we received some feedback regarding the “XRotor 45A 4in1 ESC gets burnt” issue. Now Hobbywing engineers are doing relevant product analyses & checking the possible causes. Besides, we’ll provide ESCs to some of the users who’ve encountered the issue in recent days/weeks, so they can do some tests and help Hobbywing find the cause. Hobbywing, as a responsible manufacturer, will never ever dodge its responsibility. If it’s a quality problem, we promise that we’ll replace the “defective” ones for users for free.
And we’d like to remind users that:
1.Please solder the corresponding capacitor (included in the product box) onto the XRotor 45A 4in1 ESC before use;
2.Please pair the ESC with a rational motor using the use. For instance, when using a 6S LiPo pack, the KV rating of the motor can not exceed 1750KV; when using a 5S LiPo pack, the KV rating can not exceed 2450KV.

Taken from Hobbywing Technology Facebook.

XRotor 45A 4-1

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