TinyTwo Speed Controllers

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Rapidrory
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Re: TinyTwo Speed Controllers

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I've run 10 of those motors off a single N2LV, and also use an N2LV in my 4wd pusher with those motors.. You'll be fine with an LV :P

EDIT: Well, Will has shown that the N2LVHP works 'fine' on 3 cell in Inertia. Very not recommended though! :L
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haz
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Re: TinyTwo Speed Controllers

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Good stuff, cheers guys!

Boring old 2s for me because height/weight.

danjr1
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Do you have any plans for a beetleweight version?

dcr raptor
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Re: TinyTwo Speed Controllers

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Rapidrory wrote:Considering selling these as starter kits:

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It's a LemonRX connected and heat shrunk to an N2LV in a really convenient little package; only has 3 sets of wires to worry about and is really small.
Nearly all my robots are based of these; It's just really easy as I can make a bunch of these then throw them in pretty much anything to make an antweight (Mr Burns for example)
Depending on how far I'd take it, the servo could be an optional extra, as would a battery (non lipo)... not sure I'd stretch as far as a transmitter though..

Either that or I don't worry about the motors, wheels etc. and just sell the controller unit..
It all comes down to what there is a market for, and how much time and effort it takes to make and source parts...
The control unit without motors, wheels etc would probably be ~£30... haven't worked out a cost for the full setup yet if I do it.
Would it be possible to buy one of these starter kits at the next AWS?

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Re: TinyTwo Speed Controllers

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Yeah, I hope to have a few to sell at the AWS (if i get any time to put some together before then :roll:). If not, you can pay and leave details, and I'll post one on afterwards.
For more information on them, see: http://robotwars101.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=2187
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dcr raptor
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Re: TinyTwo Speed Controllers

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Ok, thanks.
How much are you charging for them?

Rapidrory
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It says in the link I just posted; £40
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Pm sent regarding these!

dcr raptor
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Ok, thanks again.

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Just shipped my 100th NanoTwo ESC... It's been a busy 10 months!
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NanoTwo Motor Controllers: https://nutsandbots.co.uk/product/nanotwodualesc

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