Schulze of Germany is releasing several new ESC’s sure to meet your needs.

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The premium level of controllers are in the future-l, -xl, -xxl series. These are for sensored and sensorless, brushless electric three phases motors.

The future speed controller series are increased by -l, -xl and -xxl types.

These controllers are made with a totally new concept, with a new type of microprocessor and rugged FETs in the D2Pack case. This type is especially made for the extreme applications in F3A-X models and/or industrial purposes. For this reason a data logging interface (flash-card) can be included (as an option).

The future-l, -xl and -xxl are configurable as the future-universal series via DIL-switches.

Other extraordinarily features “State Of The Art” are:
• Integrated blocking capacitors (these are space-saving placed inside the controller)
• “Anti-Spark” circuit (avoids connecting spark)
• Integrated mounting holes (You should not mount controllers with this size and weight on its cables)
• Data logger function: a built-in flash memory stores more than one our up to 20 data sets per second
• Interfaces: Hall-sensor, 2 temperature sensors (e.g. for battery- and motor temperature), mini-USB (not on splash water protected types), 5V-SIO
• Built-in LiPoDiMATIC function: Single cell voltage supervision via a Schulze BalCab20 connector.
• Upgradable and configurable.

• Features xxl:
Big, one-sided cooling heat sink, CAN bus optional, the electronic parts are covered by a
deep-drawing plastic (no heat-shrinking tubes), long time data logging into a micro-SD card
(optional, not available on the splash water protected version)

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See more specs HERE!

Schulze is also releasing a Future Value line that includes several ESC versions to suit nearly any brushless motor’s needs!

The future-value speed controller is for sensored and sensorless, brushless electric three phases motors

The future speed controller series is increased by the “high value” series.

These controllers are made with a totally new concept, with a new type of microprocessor and rugged FETs in the D2Pack case so that we can offer them with a very good price-/value relationship and they are nevertheless Made in Germany!

The future-value is self-configurating as before to the transmitters stick travel and they adjust themselves to the different motor types. Knowledge about the pole count of the motor or the motor timing and switching frequency of the speed controller is not necessary.

Other extraordinarily features “State Of The Art” are:
• Integrated blocking capacitors (these are space-saving placed inside the controller)
• “Anti-Spark” circuit (avoids connecting spark)
• Integrated mounting holes (for those who won’t hang up the controller on its cables)
• High power safety BEC system
at all types with the “e” in the type declaration – very high current, very good heat distribution and -dissipation by 3 linear voltage regulators which generate naturally no interference to the receiver.
• Slim design (for narrow fuselages)
• Upgradable and configurable.

• New concept: Buildt-in LiPoDiMATIC function: single cell monitoring.
Note: The balancing connector is partially still not existing on the pictures of the prototypes below.

You can directly connect Schulze BalCab10 and BalCab20 sockets to the controller – otherwise also 2s, 3s, 4s and 5s balancing sockets with a pin spacing of 2.54mm (e.g. Kokam, Graupner, Robbe).
Adapters will be available for 6s … 8s or ThunderPower or FlightPower packs.

Size about 67.5+6*32.5*13 mm
(The half round upper surface adapts – by means of the integrated blocking capacitors – the shade of the fuselage).

Weight about 25 g without and about 50g with 5 power cables 2,5 mm2.

</p> The future-value (flight variant)

</p> The future-value (boat variant)

</p>The future-value with BalCab20 and -10

</p>The future-value with Kokam balancer cable

</p>The future-value (BEC above, opto-coupled below)

Pricing and availability have yet to be released.

More information on exact specifications for each model can be found on Schulze’s website.

 

 

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