Ensure all wires and connections are well insulated before connecting the ESC to related devices, as the short circuit will damage your ESC.
Ensure all devices are well connected, in order to prevent poor connections that may cause your vehicle to lose control or other unpredictable issues like damage to the device.
Read through the manuals of all power devices and chassis and ensure the power configuration is rational before using this unit.
Please use a soldering iron with the power of at least 60W to solder all input/output wires and connectors.
Do not hold the vehicle in the air and rev it up to full throttle, as rubber tires can “expand” to an extreme size or even crack to cause serious injury.
Stop using the ESC when its casing temperature exceeds 90℃/194℉; otherwise, your ESC will get destroyed and may also get your motor damaged. We recommend setting the
“ESC Thermal Protection” to 105℃/221℉ (this refers to the internal temperature of the ESC).
We recommend removing the cooling fan from ESC before exposing the vehicle to liquids and fully dry it right after the use.
Always disconnect and remove batteries after use, as the ESC will continue to consume current if it’s still connected to batteries (even if the ESC is turned off). Long-time contact will cause batteries to completely discharge and result in damage to batteries or ESC. This will not be covered under warranty
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