Seal 300A 60V ESC for Surfboard E-Foil Board (3824910467132)
Seal 300A 60V ESC for Surfboard E-Foil Board (3824910467132)
Seal 300A 60V ESC for Surfboard E-Foil Board (3824910467132)
Seal 300A 60V ESC for Surfboard E-Foil Board (3824910467132)
Seal 300A 60V ESC for Surfboard E-Foil Board (3824910467132)
Seal 300A 60V ESC for Surfboard E-Foil Board (3824910467132)
Seal 300A 60V ESC for Surfboard E-Foil Board (3824910467132)

Seal 300A 60V ESC for Surfboard E-Foil Board

Regular price $289.00 Sale price $245.65
-8 in stock

 Features:

  • Continuous Current:300A
  • Burst Current: 1000A
  • Battery NiXX/Lipo: 18-42 NC/6-14 Lipo
  • Power Cable: 8# ,160mm-Red/160mm-Black
  • Motor Cable: 8# ,160mm-Black
  • Signal wire 1: 60C,330mm with JR Male
  • Signal wire 2:  30C,150mm with JR Male
  • Width: 84mm
  • Length: 146mm
  • Height:28.6mm
  • Weight:640g
  • User Program:YES

The advantage of the Seal 300A 60V ESC

1. Light-weight, compact, small size perfect ESC for racing in mono.
2. Over-heat protection, low-voltage protection and lost-signal protection.
3. Programmable via PC interface, LCD programmer and PC interface and LCD progam card.
4. Smaller MOSFET to minimize weight.
5. Extremely lower internal resistance.
6. Super smooth throttle linearity.

Throttle Calibration:

If the Marine ESC is used for the first time or the transmitter is changed, You have to
make the throttle calibration to attain the smoothest throttle response and resolution
throughout the entire throttle range of the transmitter, This step is done once to allow the
ESC to “learn and memorize" your Transmitter's throttle output signals.
Please note, Marine ESC has two different modes“One Way”and "Two Way". You can
get into these two different modes by different throttle calibration way.
ONE way mode:
1. Switch your Transmitter ON and set the throttle stick to its maximum position.
2. Connect the battery pack to the ESC, Wait for about 2 seconds, the motor will beep for
twice, then put the throttle to the minimum position, the motor will also beep which
indicates that your ESC has got the signal range of the throttle from your transmitter.
TWO way mode:
1. Switch your Transmitter ON and set the throttle stick to its maximum position.
2. Connect the battery pack to ESC, Wait for about 2 seconds, the motor will beep for twice.
then put the throttle to the neutral position, the motor will also beep which indicates that
your ESC has got the signal range of the throttle from the transmitter.

Wire Connection:

The speed controller can be connected to the motor by soldering directly or with high
quality connectors. Always use new connectors, which should be soldered carefully to
the cables and insulated with heat shrink tube. The maximum length of the battery pack
wires shall be within 6 inches.
For normal ESC with BEC output please see as follows:

Important Warnings:

  • Always remove the propeller or pinion when working on a power system with the battery
  • connected.
  • Never use battery packs that are known to overheat.
  • Never use short circuit battery or motor terminals.
  • Always use proper insulation material for cable insulation.
  • Always use proper cable connectors.
  • Do not exceed the number of cells or servos specified by the ESC.
  • Install the ESC in a suitable location with adequate ventilation for cooling.
  • Never switch your transmitter OFF while the battery is connected to your ESC.
  • Only connect your battery pack just before driving and do not leave your battery pack
  • connected after driving.
  • Handle your model with extreme care once the battery is connected and keep away from
  • the propeller at all times. Never stand in-line or directly in front of any rotating parts.

Seal 300A 60V ESC Size Detail: