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| XP/XC Prog Card
Supplied in standard form as a bare board with signal and motor connectors, but without leads. Also available with JST-SH and AR6400 signal leads and 'UM' or JST-PH battery connectors. The JST-SH lead is suitable for use with the DT Rx33 receiver.
Signal leads are 100mm long and power leads are 50mm long, please contact us if you need longer leads or you require a lead variation that is not listed.
Programming via the tx throttle stick is possible (see the user manual) but tricky when used with as the AR64xx uses high throttle for its own programming. Our info sheet on using an external ESC with AR6400 describes a technique for programming from the tx. A programming card is also available.
Please select signal and battery lead options from the menus below. The 'no lead' options include connectors for you to fit your own leads. Selecting any signal connector option will include bare ended 100mm red/black power wires if you select the 'no lead' battery option.:
Supplied with bare power/motor leads and JR/Hitec signal connector
Supplied in standard form with bare power/motor leads and JR/Hitec signal connector. Also available with JST-ZH, Molex 1.25mm, JST-SH and AR6400 1S and 2S signal leads, the latter includes a diode in the positive wire to drop the 5V BEC output to 4.3V as the maximum working voltage of the AR6400 is 4.5V. Replacement signal leads are 100mm long, please contact us if you need longer leads or you require a lead variation that is not listed.
Programming via the tx throttle stick is possible (see the user manual) but tricky when used with a AR64xx as this uses high throttle for its own programming. Our info sheet on using an external ESC with AR6400 describes a technique for programming from the tx. A programming card is also available.
If you want an XP-7A in standard form, then select the first item in the 'lead type' menu below. All other menu items are for signal lead and/or battery connector options that Micron provides. All 'AR6400 2S options' include a silcon diode in the positive signal wire to drop the 5V BEC to approx 4.3V - this should be used for all AR64xx variants (e.g. AR6410L). Please contact us if the menu does not contain a lead or connector option that matches your need.
Please select signal and battery lead options from the menus below. The AR6400 2S signal lead option uses a silicon diode in the positive lead to give a receiver supply voltage of approx 4.3V.:
Although the 'UM' power connector option is often selected with the AR6400 1S lead, care is required when using this as the socket is not capable of carrying more than 1.5A-2A continuously.
A programming card for XP and XC series ESC. The ESC receiver lead is plugged into the card. A 4 digit LED display allows parameter values to be viewed or changed.
This card can be used for programming the xp-3a, xp-7a and xc-6a ESC. A PDF of the instruction sheet is available here.
The programming card has a JR/Hitec 0.1" pitch connector so an adapter lead will be required if your ESC has a different plug - JR/Hitec plug at one end and a socket to match your ESC at the other. A special adapter cable is available for the XP-3A; this has the XP-3A 3 pin socket and a 'UM', red JST or JST-PH battery socket.