General => MGM - High End Speed Controllers => Topic started by: Bez on April 06, 2015, 03:11:35 pm

Title: 800A MGM controller
Post by: Bez on April 06, 2015, 03:11:35 pm

We all strive to over engineer our projects to go faster and punch harder ..... MGM have brought a new controller to the market which will change the way we over power our projects for along time to come.

Rather than me ramble on about it here is the official information from the Technological wizards at MGM Compro.

It doesn’t matter what RC model you have, this truly brutal ESC is suitable for all scales and kinds (Cars, PowerBoats, Airplanes, Helicopters, Multicopters). If you’re a real fan of power, speed and never-ending setup possibilities, read on!

Brand new TMM 80063 ESC is undoubtedly the most powerful controller ever built in the RC world. In other words, industrial technology brought to modelers. Just have a look at unbelievable features, which confirm uniqueness of this exceptional electronic speed controller.

Extraordinary features:

Able to face continuous current of 800A (peak 1000A!)
Up to 15S LiPol/Li-Ion
Professional Data Logger (data recorder) – precise data logging + data analysis
Telemetry (real-time back data transfer) & Real-Time Monitoring Feature (PC)
Award-Winning 32-BIT SYSTEM

Not just enormous power, you can expect top functions and protections as well. Precise data logging, unique system of care & control for your engine and batteries and many more other features make this ESC unrivaled.

So who is going to build an insane large scale project first ;)

Title: Re: 800A MGM controller
Post by: ziggy12345 on April 06, 2015, 05:58:23 pm
Is there any motor that can handle the power?

Title: Re: 800A MGM controller
Post by: Bez on April 17, 2015, 03:54:44 pm
There are are plenty that will pull over 400A with tall gearing. However id say that ESC is more suited to twin motor applications :)

Title: Re: 800A MGM controller
Post by: Ron Cope on April 20, 2018, 11:14:36 pm
great to see other options out there and I'm sure I'll be trying one of these, the XLX does not meet my needs due to lacking power, but the Max5 seems to eat it in power