Furitek Tegu V2 30A Brushed/Brushless ESC Main Board (No Case)

Furitek Tegu V2 30A Brushed/Brushless ESC Main Board (No Case)
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This is the Furitek Tegu V2 30A Brushed/Brushless ESC Main Board. The Tegu V2 is an excellent option intended for the 1/24 rock crawler platforms. The ESC features the ability to run sensorless brushless or brushed motors and uses FOC technology giving your brushless motor incredible low speed control. Complementing this is the selectable (5/6.5V) 2A BEC giving you the ability to handle a power hungry servo or an abundance of accessories. 

The Tegu V2 is able to support an external receiver of your choice making it an easy swap into today most common 1/24 rock crawlers. For users looking for super easy programming or telemetry the Tegu V2 has you covered. When paired with the optional Bluetooth module (or purchased together as a combo), users can easily make adjustments to the ESC as well as see telemetry data on both Apple and Android devices via the FuriCar app.

Features
  • Built-in ESC FOC 30A, LED controller, Bluetooth (optional)
  • Support brushless DC and brushed DC motor (config via app, default is brushless)
  • FOC technology for very low speed in crawler mode with brushless motor
  • Work with an external receiver
  • Built-in BEC 5V, 6.5V-2A
  • Super easy to use programming via App on Android and IOS
  • Firmware update available
  • Real-time telemetry up 10Hz
  • Support 2S - 3s Lipo
Specifications:
Dimensions (mm): 30.6(L)x30.6(W)
Voltage Range: 2s-3s Lipo
Motor Type: Sensorless Brushless DC / Brushed DC
BEC Output: 5V, 6.5V/2A
Continuous Current (A): 30A
Burst Current (A): 50A
Waterproof: No

Includes:
  • (1) Tegu V2 30A Brushed/Brushless ESC Main Board (No Case)

This product was added to our catalog on November 18, 2022