GraysonHobby 200Amp ESC w/ 5Amp Switching BEC

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GraysonHobby 200 Amp ESC, 7Amp Switching BEC, Brushless ESC, speed controller
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GraysonHobby 200Amp Speed Controller (ESC) with 7amp Switching BEC


  • Up to 200-amp continuous current with proper air flow, 250-amp peak
  • 5-volt Switch-Mode BEC circuit capable of 7 amp continuous current on any recommended input voltage
  • Drives up to 7 analog or 6 digital standard-sized servos, with the BEC on any recommended input voltage
  • 2-7S Li-Po
  • Finned heat sinks
  • Programmable motor braking
  • Safe power-arm mode prevents accidental starts
  • Programmable low voltage cutoff with settings for 2-cell Li-Po (6V), 4-cell Li-Po (12V), 5-cell Li-Po (15V), 6-cell Li-Po (18V), 7-cell Li-Po (21v) or 75% of battery starting voltage
  • Programmable soft start for helis and airplanes
  • Auto motor shut down if signal is lost or there is interference
  • Programmable timing—4 user-selectable ranges for use with a larger variety of brushless motors
  • Programmable throttle input range (1.1–18 or Auto Throttle Range)
  • Utilizes new smaller MOSFETs technology to minimize weight
  • 12AWG on the battery input and on motor output leads


Product Specifications:

  • Brake: Yes - Programmable
  • Continuous Maximum Current: 200A with reasonable cooling
  • Maximum Burst Current 250A - 30 sec with proper cooling
  • Input Voltage: 7.2V - 25.9V (2s - 7s)
  • Output Wire 12AWG
  • Momentary Peak Current: 75A (15 sec)
  • Length: 2.87 in (73mm)
  • Width: 1.51 in (38.5mm)
  • Height: 0.98 in (25mm)
  • Weight: 2.3 oz (66g)
  • Internal BEC 7Amp

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Reviews 3

Customer Reviews
  1. Works like a champ.
    Although I have only bench tested this, it appears to work as advertised. I have 3 more on order.

    Review by Paul R Kunze

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  2. Sorta, kinda.
    This ESC is "Rated" at 200 amps. The battery wire is 12ga. Not 10ga. Makes me wonder if it will handle a high draw for any length of time. 100 amps is most probably doable for extended periods. 200 is, to me, doubtful. However. It is lighter than most. and will fit in slightly tighter areas than most high amp ESC's. It is an excellent value. So yes, if you need a high amp ESC this one should be considered. If it is a VERY high amp ESC you need then you might try this but keep it in mind.

    Review by RST

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  3. I have 3 of these ESCs
    simple, light, can handle the power

    you can't beat the price

    Review by john strollo

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