Controlling the Flux 2200 motor is the Flux ELH-6S electronic speed controller, the most powerful brushless speed controller we could fit in the Savage XL FLUX. With the ability to handle twin 3S LiPo batteries (that´s a total of 6S LiPo power!) it can deal with anything the Flux 2200 motor can dish out! 6.5mm bullet connectors secure the motor wires for loss-free connection to the 12-gauge wires, and to connect to each battery pack we´ve attached two real Dean´s connectors for zero power loss and total efficiency. We figured why re-invent the wheel and release our own connector when the best is already available? Topping off the versatility of the speedo (literally) is an integrated cooling fan, which allows the speedo to operate at its ideal temperature.
Input voltage: MIN 2s LiPo, MAX 6s LiPo
Max continuous amperage: 150A (full throttle continuous operation with cooling airflow)
BEC specifications: 6V/3A Switching BEC
Reversible: Yes - with lockout
Size: L 59.5mm (2.34"), W 48mm (1.89"), H 42mm (1.65")
Weight: 178 g (6.28 oz)
Finally, you have the ability to easily connect it to your computer for total programming control! With our #101856 Flux Reload ESC Program Box you can connect the ELH-6S to any Windows-based PC to control all the various facets of its power delivery, braking, throttle curves, battery cut-off and much more. You can also save various profiles to have profiles for racing, insane speed runs, stunts, fun running and more.
Motor and Battery Combinations
The Flux Tork Brushless Motors requires very powerful batteries to get the most out of them - please make sure that you use the right combination! HPI highly recommend the use of LiPo batteries above 4000mAh and 25C. Using batteries with lower ratings, or the use of lower quality LiPo batteries, may cause damage to battery and/or speed control. Using batteries below the specified ratings may void the warranty of the speed controller and/or batteries. The term Kv refers to the number of RPMs that the motors will try to deliver per volt applied, and is a standard term for brushless motor power.