Electronic Speed Control. Used to control the speed of the boat with FETS (filed effect transformers) This device takes inputs from the receiver and controls the speed of the motor by allowing current to flow from the battery to pulse through to the motor.
erosion and sediment control
electronic supervisory control
Electronic Stability Control; system that compares the driver's intended direction (as measured by a steering wheel angle sensor) with the actual turning rate of the vehicle, and applies individual brakes to help the driver stay in control
Electronic Still Camera
Electronic Speed Control - "throttles" an electric motor by turning the power supply on and off at a very rapid rate. High rate speed controllers are best. Some very good high rate controllers have less On resistance than a regular switch.
Electronic Speed Control. Electronic speed controls replace the mechanical speed control and servo providing enhanced power efficiency and precision in an electric R/C car or boat. In addition, they are lighter which improves the performance of some electric models.
Elecronic Speed Control. This device is the equivalent of a throttle for electric motors. It controls the power into the motor. Many ESCs are also fitted with other facilities like BEC (see above), a brake (to stop the motor windmilling and allow folding propellers to close properly)
the component that controls the rpm of the motor.
Electronic Spark Control (GM)
Electronic Speed Control. A type of speed control which regulates the speed by PWM. This method of control is highly efficient and results in smooth, proportional throttle control, greater speed and longer run time.
Electronic Speed Controller.
Used in electric-powered models, this plugs into your receiver, and connects to both the battery and the motor, allowing you to control motor speed from your transmitter. An ESC often includes a BEC.
the unit that controls the rpm of the motor.
Electronic Speed Control. An electronic component that controls throttle input by regulating the current being sent through the motor.