Super Vortex ZERO Brushless SSL Electronic Speed Control by Sanwa/Airtronics (Competition)
This product was added to our catalog on April 27, 2016.
This is a the Sanwa Super Vortex ZERO Competition Brushless Electronic Speed Control. The Super Vortex ZERO ESC was designed for competition from the ground up. With almost unmeasurable resistance, huge current handling and advance programming features, this competition ESC is the top of its class. The Super Vortex ZERO ESC is compatible with all modern 2.4G radios and receivers.
What is Sanwa Synchronized Link?
When used with an Sanwa M12 or MT-4S and an RX-472 2.4G FH4T Super Response 4-channel receiver and the Sanwa Super Vortex ZERO ESC, the Sanwa Synchronized Link (SSL) system allows you to change many ESC programming values directly from the transmitter using the transmitter's CODE AUX function. This saves you the time and hassle of stopping to change programming values manually through the ESC. You can make these changes remotely and in higher resolution increments for improved performance. In addition, telemetry data such as speed or RPM, ESC temperature, motor temperature (if supported), and battery voltage can be read directly from the Super Vortex ZERO ESC and displayed on the transmitter.
- Brushless Sensored Design with Custom Sanwa ESC Programming
- Adjustable Voltage-Cutoff
- Twelve Programming Modes
- Thermal Overload Protection Circuit
- Compatible with Normal, SHR, and SSR Channel Modes
- Supports Remote Programming via the Transmitter (SSL Supported ONLY)
Input Power (Cells): 1S or 2S LiPo (4-6C N-MH)
Motor Limit: 3.5T with 1S or 4.5T with 2S LiPo
On Resistance: 0.00038 Ohms
Rated Current: 740 Amps/Phase
Dimensions: 1.25x1.39x.77” (32x35.5x19.7mm)
Weight: 42g (Excluding Wiring and Power Capacitor)
- Super Vortex Zero Competition ESC
- Sensor Cable
- Cooling Fan w/Mounting Screws
- 3 Feet 12AWG Flexible silicone Wire
- Heat-shrink Tubing
- User's Guide
couldn't get ESC to work in a 1S car even with a 6V receiver pack, due to the manual programming not holding on Mode 1, ESC reverts back to 6.4 cutoff voltage and you get red/blue flashing lights (voltage to low). according to sanwa there is no program box for this ESC.)