Battery Eliminator Circuitry. This feature enables a speed controller to operate a receiver from the same battery that the motor uses. BEC saves weight, as it eliminates the receiver battery.
Battery Eliminator Circuitry. Allows receiver to draw power from a main battery pack, eliminating the need for (and weight of) a receiver battery.
Battery Elimination Circuit. A circuit, usually contained within the speed controller or ESC, which allows the radio control receiver to be run from the motor battery. This saves carrying the extra weight of a separate receiver battery. The 5 volts needed for the receiver is supplied by reducing the input voltage. Because of this most ESCs only support BEC up to a certain number of cells (and therefore a certain voltage input) and for a specified number of servos. Over these the heat produced by the voltage reduction may fry the controller.
Battery Eliminator Circuitry. A circuit that eliminates the need for a receiver battery, usually in electric R/C cars and boats.
most speed controllers permit both the motor and the receiver to use the same battery - thus saving weight.
The Abbreviation for Battery Elimination Circuitry. The BEC is a built-in voltage regulator that supplies a constant voltage to the receiver and servo.
This is either a stand-alone electronic circuit or is part of an ESC; in either case, it eliminates the need for a separate battery (in electric-powered models) to power the receiver and servos by producing the right voltage to operate them.
Battery Eliminator Ci rcuit - a type of electric flight speed control unit which allows the motor and the receiver to be powered from the same battery pack.
a feature of some speed control units that permits both the motor and the receiver to be powered by the same battery.
Battery Elimination Circuitry. A BEC allows an electric vehicle's main battery pack to power the radio receiver as well as the motor eliminating the need for a separate receiver pack.
Built into an ESC, this circuit uses an electric vehicle's main battery pack to provide power to the radio equipment, without the need for a separate receiver pack.