BXR 1/10 Brushed Crawler ESC

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Tekin's BXR Type-C Brushed ESC gives your Scale Crawler precise control and a feature set unmatched by other brushed only ESCs. Features like 3rd Channel Input for on-the-fly Drag Brake adjustments and Tekin's exclusive Active Drag Brake Technology make the BXR the perfect Scale Crawler solution. Tekin's Element Proof Design allows you to hit the trails with confidence no matter the weather. Small, capable and versatile; the BXR is ready for any adventure!


3rd Channel Input for On-The-Fly Drag Brake Adjustments

? Super Small Footprint

? NEW HD Easy Solder Gold Plated Posts

? Element Proof Design*

? Active Drag Brake System

? QuickTune™ Programming

? One-Touch Radio Calibration

? Easily Access Programming, Anywhere, Anytime

? HotWire Compatible for Advanced Programming and Updates

? On-Board Temperature Indicator

? Self Test Diagnostics with Error Codes
Fully Proportional Forward/Brake/Reverse
LiPo Safe with Custom Voltage Cutoffs
DGF2: Digital Glitch Filtering V2
HDAC: High Density Copper PCB's
Ultra-smooth and Precise Throttle and Braking Control

* Element Proof ESCs and Motors are specially designed to withstand water splashes and are not meant to be submerged.


Controls: Forward/Brake/Reverse

Input Voltage: 2S-3S LiPo / 4-9S NiMH-NiCD

BEC: 5.0v @ 3.7amps **External BEC needed for 3S applications**

Motor Limit 2S: 20T Brushed 540 Crawler

Motor Limit 3S: 30T Brushed 540 Crawler
Max Current: 60amps*

Reverse Type: None / Immediate / Delay

Drag Brake: 11 steps on board / Adjustable via Spare Radio Channel

Brushed Modes: FWD Only / FWD-REV / FWD-REV Delay

Dimensions: 1.0 x 0.93 x 0.35" / 25.4 x 23.6 x 9mm

Weight: 0.39oz / 11g

*per manufacturer specs

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  • 4
    Great size, bad drag brake

    Posted by Greg Emrick on Dec 26th 2022

    If you can't fit this thing on your rig you're doing something wrong. Super tiny, great solder posts, easy to setup but the drag brake is a let down. The 3rd channel adjustment is an odd setup that requires a single click for every increment of adjustment and the amount of adjustment is so small. Would be nice to use a knob type adjustment instead of a switch.