SkyRC 2S 10A Linear Voltage Regulator

SkyRC 2S 10A Linear Voltage Regulator

Brand: SkyRC Sch

Part Number: SCH-SK-600049-01

£31.34 Web Price RRP £32.99

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SK-600049-01 SkyRC 2S 10A Linear Voltage Regulator

SkyRC 2S 10A Linear Voltage Regulator

This new Battery Eliminator Circuit is a unique Linear BEC made to withstand high current loads of 10Amps continuous integrated with a low voltage monitor. The SkyRC Linear BEC uses a high quality linear voltage regulator meaning it will produce no interference to any popular brands of R/C radio systems. It provides safe and consistent power to your R/C receiver and servo(s) that eliminates the need for a separate battery source.

LiPo batteries are unlike other batteries and discharges on a non-linear curve, therefore it is important not to drain any LiPo batteries to minimum before charging as it can cause permanent damage. The SkyRC BEC can prevent this by giving you an indication of your LiPo battery when the pre-set low voltage level is reached . The SkyRC Linear BEC is ideal for today's more demanding R/C aircrafts equipped with servos that require even higher current demands.


-Compact high efficiency 5.2V 6.0V 6.8V 7.4V selectable linear voltage regulator and low voltage monitor.
-Ideal for 2 cell lithium polymer battery applications. Input voltage range from 6V Min to 8.4V Max.
-High current capability of 10 Amps continuous, 15 Amp peak.
-Protects against thermal and current overload.
-Pin-Flag power switch with ultra bright super flux LED allows you to turn the BEC output power on or off remotely and gives low voltage warning.

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