March 15, 2021

Team Powers Radon Pro V4.1 2S ESC

New from Team Powers, the Radon Pro V4.1 (2S) Speed Control is the next evolution of the Radon Pro V4. Sporting a limited edition casing with golden highlights, there is more fins on the case to better dissipate heat and lower the speed control’s temperature. Without the fan the ESC has a height of only 15.5mm for a low centre of gravity. Some internal components have been upgraded to improve the reliability while the software has also received some tweaks. With Limit Power and Limit Power Range, two function were added to control the initial power within a throttle range to adapt to different traction conditions, while the throttle frequency can now support 32KHZ with better linearity.

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January 28, 2021

Team Powers Actinium V4 brushless motors

Team Powers have released V4 of their Actinium line of brushless motors. Compared to the V3, there is a new stator design to improve the torque at bottom end, while a black coating improves the outwards appearance. High grade copper wire improves the motor resistance, while a new heavily machined case design improves heat dissipation. Weighing approximately 150grams, it will come in 4.5T, 5.5T, 6.5T, 7.5T, 8.5T, 9.5T, 10.5T, 13.5T, 17.5T & 21.5T variants.

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December 11, 2020

Team Powers Mini-spec Radon ESC

From Team Powers comes their new smaller Mini-spec Radon speed control. Approximately 30% smaller than the standard Radon Series Speed control it is compatible with Radon series speed control firmware. Supporting Ch3/Ch4 Aux Input signal to control different item function values, this can be set directly from the LCD card. Comes supplied with 14AWG high density copper soft wire.

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November 16, 2020

Team Powers XPS Sport V3 100A ESC

Team Powers have announced their soon to be released XPS Sport V3 (100A) speed control. Improvements to the hardware over the V2 speedo sees it upgraded from 95A to 100A with high grade FETs that lower the internal resistance for more output power as well as lowering the operating temperature. The new speedo also supports Ch3/Ch4 Aux input signal to control different item function values, with a BEC selection of 6V/7.4V with a max ~5A. The V3 also has the same PCB layout design as the Radon Pro V4 for better stability and reliability and the software has also been upgraded to Radon Pro V4 speed control firmware.

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November 2, 2020

Team Powers MBX V2 motor & M-Radon V2.1 ESC

New for the 1/27 or Mini-Z classes, Team Powers International have introduced n updated brushless system comprising of motor and ESC. The MBX V2 brushless motor is sensored, 15% smaller than their previous iteration and is available in 3500KV, 5000KV & 7000KV. The new version M-Radon V2.1 Brushless Speed Control for Mini-Z has upgraded features compared with the M-Radon V2.0, including 2 extra item functions (Limit Power and Limit Power Range) added into the software to improve the pick up linearity for mini drift or touring car. Some hardware components. have also been upgraded for better stability and reliability.

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September 17, 2020

Team Powers high airflow cooling fan

Team Powers have introduced the latest version of their high airflow cooling fan. The casing has been machined from 7075 aluminium and sports 2 screw holes in the base so it can be mounted to the chassis directly, while a high magnet core prevents the fan from stopping when it’s too close to car’s motor. The fan is 30mm x 30mm and is 12mm thick which is an extra 2mm compared to the previous version for improved air flow.

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September 7, 2020

Team Powers DCS V3 digital brushless servo

Team Powers have announced the upcoming release of their new DCS V3 digital brushless servo. An evolution of their V2 servo, it now supports Super Response mode with the highest response speed. A hybrid steel and titanium gear-train ensures exceptional durability in demanding racing conditions while keeping the same steering response. Full details will become available in time of the release.

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July 4, 2020

Team Powers SRS V2 brushless servo – Coming soon

Team Powers have announced the soon release of their SRS V2 digital brushless servo. It builds on the proven V1 and features a brushless motor, Super Response technology and an all-aluminium case construction for best possible durability. A hybrid steel and titanium geartrain ensures exceptional durability in demanding racing conditions while keeping the same steering response. Full details will become available in time of the release.

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