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2S (30A?) BMS for RC Car?
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Not sure if this is the right place, but...

Does anyone know of a good 2S BMS for RC car battery packs?

thanks.
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#2
What sort of RC Car. Usually Speed Controllers have built in undervoltage protection.
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(03-22-2019, 12:51 AM)Geek Wrote: What sort of RC Car. Usually Speed Controllers have built in undervoltage protection.

A HSP rock crawler with a 540 34T motor.

Yeah, you are right.

I was hoping for a heavy duty BMS, but for now have a seperate charging port with the battery connected directly to the ESC.

For anyone wondering li-ion powered RC cars are insanely awesome. Smile
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(03-22-2019, 10:33 AM)nathan173 Wrote:
(03-22-2019, 12:51 AM)Geek Wrote: What sort of RC Car. Usually Speed Controllers have built in undervoltage protection.

A HSP rock crawler with a 540 34T motor.

Yeah, you are right.

I was hoping for a heavy duty BMS, but for now have a seperate charging port with the battery connected directly to the ESC.

For anyone wondering li-ion powered RC cars are insanely awesome. Smile

Nitro is more fun. Higher maintenance though. I have several. The fastest of which is a Kyosho MP9e. Running 6s. Too much power, it chews up drive trains like mad. If you give it too much off the line, it has a habit of cracking rims.
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