Castle Creations Phoenix Edge 75 Lite AMP ESC

Castle Creations Phoenix Edge 75 Lite AMP ESC
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  • Item #: CSE010011200
  • Manufacturer: Castle Creations
  • Manufacturer's Product Number: CSE010011200
  • Condition: New
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Price $119.95
Sale Price $94.99
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Lose the weight, gain the Edge.

Put your power system on a diet with the Phoenix Edge Lite series of ESCs.  With the same amazing features and functionality of the Edge series, the Edge Lite  offers a slight weight reduction for applications that are tight for space or weight.  Simply put, the same brawn with less body - Phoenix Edge Lite.

With the debut of the Phoenix Edge series of ESCs the next evolution in speed controller technology has arrived. The Edge series introduces a user programmable auxiliary wire capable of functions modelers have only dreamed of, until now. The white auxiliary wire can be used for helicopter governor gain input adjustments mid-flight, serve as an audible beacon after an “unexpected landing”, act as an RPM output for 3-axis gyros that support RPM sensors, be used as an ESC arming lock or as a receiver arming lock. Combined with the data logging capability the Edge series of controllers offer, users can enjoy unparalleled versatility. 

The Phoenix Edge series is intended for use in helicopters ranging from 450 to 800 size, and fixed wing aircraft up to 1.20 size and larger. As always, the Edge series of controllers offer industry-leading software functions, data logging, and USB programming capability via Castle Link USB adapter.

Same Incredible Price
        The Phoenix Edge controllers deliver all of this while retaining the same astonishing  prices as their predecessors.

This product is not intended for use by children under 14 years of age without direct adult supervision.

Key Features:

  • Run at input voltages of up to 29.6V (2-6S Lipo Battery)
  • Switching BEC with 5A output and user selectible voltage of 5.0V-8.4V with the use of Castle Link software
  • Data logging of Battery Voltage, Currents, Motor RPM, ESC Temperature and more
  • Factory set for Auto LiPo detect and cutoff operation
  • Great for EDF Jets, RC Helicopters and Sport Aircraft applications



Continuous Maximum Current: 75A
Input Voltage: 29.6V Max (2-6S Lipo Battery)
Input Connector Types: No connector - user must solder own connector to leads
Output Connector Types: No connector - user must solder own connector to leads
Length: 2.6 in (66mm)
Width: 1.2 in (30.5mm)
Height: 0.8 in (21mm)
Weight: 2.9 oz (81g)
BEC Voltage: 5.0V default. Can be programmed from 5.0V to 8.4V
Wire Gauge: Motor Wire: 10 AWG; Battery Wire: 10 AWG
Auto Cutoff: Yes

Tech Notes:

Logged data is stored directly in the controller and may be accessed once the run is over using the Castle Link USB adapter (sold separately) and Castle Link software (available free at Phoenix Ice controllers are capable of recording any mix of the following data points:

• Battery Voltage
• Battery Ripple – Finally, a way to evaluate the true capabilities of battery packs! This function measures the voltage drop between the FET on/off cycles. These fluctuations occur at more than 10,000 hertz and are typically not seen with hobbyist metering equipment. Better packs will have a smaller battery ripple value under load. Higher ripple values indicate that the battery is under too large a load for its capabilities.
• Battery Current
• Controller Temperature
• Throttle % as Commanded by Rx
• Throttle % as Commanded by ESC to Motor (Motor Power Output)
• Motor RPM – Users will have to enter the pole count of their motor.

Logging Frequency Choices
• 10 Samples / Sec
• 5 Samples / Sec
• 2 Samples / Sec
• 1 Sample / Sec

The Max Log Size is 21,504 bytes, everything takes one byte except for motor RPM which takes two.

• Logging 'Battery Current' at only a 1 sample / second - 358 minutes of logging time (almost 6 hrs)
• Logging 'Motor RPM' at only 1 sample / second - 179 minutes of logging time
• Logging everything at only 1 sample / second - 44 minutes of logging time
• Logging everything at 10 samples / second - 4 minutes and 28 seconds

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