eTronix Photon 2.1 45A ESC Combo With 9.0R 4350Kv Motor

eTronix Photon 2.1 45A ESC Combo With 9.0R 4350Kv Motor

Brand: eTronix

Part Number: ET0412

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ETRONIX PHOTON 2.1W COMBO W/9.0R 4350KV MOTOR/45A ESC

The convenience and performance of brushless technology is available for everyone with the Photon Sensorless Weatherproof System from Etronix. Simple to set-up and with a range of sensible KV rated motors for most r/c car applications and abilities the Photon is the ideal brushless start-up package or upgrade from a stock brushed set-up.An ideal choice for any 1/10th buggy, truggy, short course or truck application.

With the supplied programmable set up card (ET0107) the user can finely tune ten different parameters within the ESC to suit their particular needs.

Adjustable Parameters
  • Supplied with (ET0107) Etronix Photon SBS LED Programming Card
  • Cutoff Voltage (automatically detects the number of cells)
  • Running Mode (forward w/o reverse, forward/reverse, forward with pause then reverse)
  • Motor Timing (very low, low, normal, high, very high)
  • Initial Acceleration (low, medium, high, very high)
  • Throttle Percent Reverse (20% through to 100%)
  • Throttle Limit (0% through to 90%)
  • Percentage Braking (10% through to 100%)
  • Percentage Drag Brake (0% through to 30%)
  • Motor Rotation (normal, reverse)
  • Neutral Range (deadband setting 2% through to 10%)
Specifications
  • 2-3S Lipo
  • 5-10S NiMH/NiCd
  • 2A 6V BEC Output
  • 4 Pole sensorless bushless motor
  • 45A Constant current
  • 2S 4 Pole 4350kV / 3S 4 Pole 2950kV Motor limit
  • 260A Burst Current

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Are all leads connected or will I need to purchase and/or solder anything?
Asked by Robert Blackett on 13th January 2019

No battery connection included.

The motor comes with connections fitted, the other half are included but not fitted so the customer can shorten motor wires and then solder on connections

 

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this work in my ftx outlaw running 3s?
Asked by Luke Bradley on 2nd May 2019

It'd be OK on 2S, but 3S would be too much.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this work in my Tamiya Neo scorcher running 3s? and how fast will it go.
Asked by Felix on 27th May 2019

It will fit in that car no problem, but we'd recommend a 2S maximum.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Could i upgrade the FTX brushed Carnage with this?
Asked by Mark Williams on 9th June 2019

It'll fit - but is a bit underpowered for a truck of that weight.

A better choice would be say ET0425

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

What battery connected is it please is it a tamiya connection
Asked by Alan Roadknight on 21st January 2020

These come with deans connected.

Answered by: Anthony @ Wheelspin Models

Would this be ok as an upgrade for a stampede 4x4 brushed?
Asked by Dave on 13th April 2020

It's a bit underpowered to be honest for a truck of that size.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this be a suitable upgrade for a brushed motor in an HSP XSTR buggy? The spec says it will run on 2 - 3 cell LIPO packs but some of your answers suggest 2 cell max, will a 3 cell battery damage the motor or ESC?
Asked by Harry Spillett on 2nd July 2020

We don't sell HSP so I can't advise 100% - but this is a basic combo, you would want to stick to 2S maximum.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Hi guys. Hope all well would this fit in Tamiya blitzer beetle please?
Asked by Stephen Wilson on 22nd July 2020

Yes as a blitzer beetle uses a 540 size motor

Answered by: Anthony @ Wheelspin Models

hi Looking at putting this in my neo scorcher, would it run OK with nimh battery ? Also I have 19t motor gear, would I need to change that ?
Asked by Ben Parr on 29th August 2020

It's a basic system but yes it would fit and run in that.

Pinion - I'd see how you get on but you will likely need to run a smaller one

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Please can you tell me how many turns the motor is. ?
Asked by Gregory Cale on 20th November 2020

9.0R = 4350kv

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would this be suitable for Traxxas slash 2wd?
Asked by Stan Brocklebank on 16th December 2020

It's a bit underpowered for the Slash

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Would something like this be suitable for converting my hpi bullet st from nitro to electric?
Asked by Simon Brown on 18th January 2021

This is a bit underpowered for a bullet. Take a look at say HW38010203 or HW38010200

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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