August 29, 2017

Maclan Racing MMax Pico 100A stock racing ESC

Coming from Maclan Racing is the new MMax Pico 100A stock racing brushless speed controller. Looking similar to the MMax Pro the Pico is in fact a completely newly designed full aluminium case structure with 13AWG pre-soldered cables and redesigned power capacitor module. The new design reduces weight by 35 percent and sits 3mm lower in height compared to the MMax Pro. The controller adapts the same Microchip PIC32 platform as its big brother for exceptional performance and the ESC also has a redesigned power management control board that enhances durability and power output for extreme stock racing. The package is rounded out by the new B1.0 firmware that provides the best possible throttle and brake control. The speedo will hit stores about mid-September.

– Designed for extreme stock racing with optimised stock racing profiles
– High performance 32-bit CPU for high speed and accuracy processing
– On board micro USB host for the ease of connectivity and extensibility
– Dual power on options (controlled by switch or controlled by battery)
– All aluminium structure
– Light weight and low centre of gravity design
– All detachable connectors with optional length cables
– Adjustable PWM frequencies for both throttle and brake
– MS Windows software for programming and firmware updating. Data logging and mobile APPs ready

– CPU: Super speed 32-bit CPU with 5-stage pipeline
– Scale: 1/10th
– Mode: Sensored/Smart sensorless
– Continuous current: 100A
– Power input: 2S Li-Po
– Motor limit: 2-Pole 10.5T
– BEC output: Linear mode 6V to 7.4V, 4A
– Input wires: Black 13AWG 200mm
– Output wires: Black 13AWG 200mm
– Cooling fan: 30x30x10mm HV turbo fan (optional)
– Fan power: Direct battery voltage
– Net weight: 31g (w/o cables and capacitor module)
– Dimension: 40x30x16mm (w/o cooling fan)

Source: Maclan Racing []


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