ZTW ’products are always out of our surprise! No matter it is the ZTW Gecko 85A, ZTW Black Widow Motor or this ZTW 10A BEC UBEC( Universal Battery Eliminator Circuit). Yes, today, we’ll move our eyes to this UBEC.
At least for me, i seldom hear of UBEC. Then what is a UBEC? It is an external electronic circuit that taps power from your aircraft’s battery pack and regulates the voltage down to the necessary 5 or 6 volts for the receiver, servos, lights and retracts. While that doesn’t means that it replaces the speed controller, but the BEC or SBEC function embedded in the electronic speed controller to give you more available current.
Why do we need a UBEC? To get more available current is one of the reasons. Secondly, in the event of an ESC failure, the internal BEC or SBEC in the ESC will usually fail as well, then you are likely to crash. But if you utilize a UBEC, you will still have full control of your airplane’s control, allowing you to perform a “dead stick landing” and likely save your model. Thirdly, it helps to reduce chances of “ brown outs”. By doing all the things above, you can have superior performances.
The ZTW 10A BEC UBEC is the easiest and least expensive way to protect your plane from an ESC failure or “brown out” condition. it is easy to install between your aircraft’s battery and receiver, which is a crucial device if your ESC does not have a battery eliminator circuit or if the current draw of your receiver, servos, retracts, and lights exceeds the current capacity of your ESC ‘s internal BEC. In a word, ZTW 10A BEC UBEC offers a cost effective solution to power your critical circuits and protect your investment. You can purchase the product by following this link.