CasTLe Creations BECs

CC BEC (Battery Eliminator Circuit) is a small device that eliminates the need for a receiver battery. It draws voltage from the motor batteries and drops it to a voltage level that is suitable for your receiver and servos. This is required in applications which use high power servos, where the ESC does not have an internal BEC, or the existing BEC is inadequate. 

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CC BEC 10amp

The CC BEC is designed to operate at up to 6S LiPo with a 10A* peak servo load. Generally used for cars utilizing high powered digital servos. It is also useful in smaller airplanes using 4 standard non-digital servos or 6 micro servos. Perfect for 450 size or smaller helis. If you need more amperage or voltage capability, our CC BEC Pro is the way to go!

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CC BEC PRO

The CC BEC Pro is designed to operate at up to 12S LiPo (50.4V) with a 20A* peak servo load. Generally used for 1/5 scale cars or cars utilizing multiple high powered digital servos, lights, winches and other accessories. It is also useful in larger airplanes using 4 or more digital servos. Perfect for 500 size or larger helis. 

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CC BEC 2.0

From the trusted manufacturer of BECs comes the next generation of voltage regulators. Designed and assembled in the USA1, Castle Creations’ CC BEC 2.0 gives users higher voltage ranges in two unique packages. For pilots there is a smaller, lightweight (0.7 oz.) design capable of 14 amps peak, perfect for sport flying, helicopters, and UAVsRacers, crawlers, and other splashers can now integrate a 15 amp peak power regulator in a waterproof (WP), CNC machined, aluminum caseBoth versions handle up to an impressive 14S without brake enabled or 12S with brake.

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CC BEC 2.0 WATERPROOF 

The CC BEC 2.0 complements our established line of BECs hobbyists have relied on for years. With hundreds of thousands in the field, users can count on this new design to power today’s high-power, digital servos and accessories safely. The CC BEC 2.0 features heavy duty, dual output wires that will provide clean power to sensitive radio equipment. Castle Link2 can be used to set the output from 4.75 to 12 volts and power today’s power hungry servos, cameras, and other accessories. Do it right the first time, invest in the CC BEC 2.0 to protect expensive electronics for the long haul.

Note: CC BEC 2.0 should never be operated in series or parallel with another BEC or backup receiver pack connected to the RX/Servo side of the circuit.