[SOLD!] NEW Turnigy Super Brain 100A ESC | 4-12S, 100-120A | Integrated data logger records Volts, Amps, Temp, RPM, etc. | Programmable via USB | Customizable brakes [USA]


Turnigy Super Brain 100A Brushless ESC

Specs Constant Current: 100A Burst Current: 120A Battery: 4-12S Motor Type: Brushless Size: 69 x 52 x 24mm Weight: 109g

This ESC is very robust and practically bullet-proof. It has a large aluminum heatsink and can handle over double the current as the VESC. It is rated for 100A continuous with 120A burst! Perfect for those high current setups

The cool thing about this speed controller is that it logs all of your data for your last 5 rides. It stores voltage, current, temperature, and RPMs, all of which you can review as an interactive chart. You can program all the ESC settings over USB on your computer (or with your TX). Unlike most hobby ESC’s on the market, the Super Brain has different braking settings.

Look at that heatsink!

Data logging

Programming over USB:

USB Linker included with the sale! (Costs $10 at HobbyKing): https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-usb-linker-for-aquastar-super-brain.html

[UPDATE]: This ESC has been sold, but you can also find it here:

Super Brain 100A ESC ($102.73): https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-super-brain-100a-brushless-esc.html

USB Programmer ($9.71): https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-usb-linker-for-aquastar-super-brain.html

This seems a pretty good esc, why aren’t many people using it?

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Just wondering, what happend to this ESC? Did it get sold and how are the experiences on the otherside?

Because pondering about the ESC myself

I had similar with one of these. The problem with this esc is braking system. Mine didnt have adjustable or variatve brake. Either full brake or no brake. Cant slow down :frowning:

Yes it was sold. That’s why it says [SOLD!] :smile:

But I haven’t heard back on the buyer’s experience. I never used it, but I still think it would be a viable VESC alternative if you need the 100-120A current

This ESC has different braking settings for soft or hard brakes

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Well here in the Netherlands having good brakes is kind of crucial. We have good infrastructure but on the other side of that coin we do have a lot of traffic, so yeah.

Thanks for the reply fellows! Ill just buy a VESC in hindsight of learning this information.