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What a great weekend! We took the win in 4wd and 2nd in 2wd at the British Open GP. My Scorpion powered Yokomo cars were on the money this weekend, especially my #Yokomo YZ4SF which was fast and really fun … Continue reading →
We would like to let you know the Sproto program may not connect to the server during the server maintenance time. And it will start from the end of this week till about 2nd of February.
It may cause some customer problems during this period. like:
– for the short periods of time the server may be unavailable.
– customer may have problems with registration. In this case they should wait the server back online, may need to download the Sproto program again after.
– customer may have problems with login. In this case they should send us a message with login name and email.
– customer may have problems with firmware update. It may happen just during short periods of time.
Will update again when all is done.
Scorpion 40mm High Speed Cooling Fan
Depending on the circumstances some models might have their Scorpion Tribunus 200 or 300A ESC running a little hot. These factors could be
- Poor airflow
- Aggressive Flying Style
- Hot ambient air temperature
If you have one or more of these factors on your model then you might benefit from a little added cooling to your Scorpion ESC. Luckily Scorpion now has a great new product for you!
We introduce the Scorpion 40mm High Speed Cooling fan
After much testing of standard consumer computer fans Scorpion decided that they were not powerful enough or not fit for the rigors of RC helicopter flying. In aggressive flying or particularly crashes the normal computer fans would break apart, or at the best quickly wear out causing noisy operation. After this realization Scorpion set out to create their own cooling fan which was designed to endure this type of situations. The result is the new 40mm High Speed Cooling Fan.
This Cooling fan has an aluminum body which can handle this type of aggressive flying. In addition it has 2 tone black and gold anodizing which gives it a very good appearance and high quality look. This cooling fan spins at 16,000 RPM @ 8.4V which provides TONS of airflow over your ESC.
Check out the video from Kyle Dahl where he reviews this new Cooling Fan, and also does comparative testing to see how much temperature difference you get when using the fan vs not using the fan. Very impressive results!
This Cooling Fan is available now so make sure you consider it for your Scorpion Tribunus 200A or 300A ESC!
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This is part 2 of the Helitreffen Wolfhagen 2019 Album, you can see many pilots with their huge scale helicopter in the event. Thanks Carsten Schier for the photos share.
Hello Scorpion customers and Happy New Years! We look forward to a great 2020 and wish everyone many happy and safe flights.
To help accomplish that, we would like to give you all some very important safety advice when using the bailout feature of the Scorpion Tribunus ESC’s. The Scorpion bailout is a feature where you can set a Throttle Hold which has 2 positions. The first position bringing the throttle output percentage to ~15%, and then the 2nd position taking it all the way to 0%.
The first position will turn off the motor, but it will keep it in “Bailout Mode” which means if you click the switch back to Run, the ESC will spool up very quickly (few seconds). This allows you to save your model from a bad autorotation if needed. Then the 2nd position (0%) will turn off the motor and also put it back into standard spool up speed.
The advice we have to give is that if you use the “Bailout” mode to do an autorotation or land your model, before going to pick up your model, or think about spooling up again to take off again you MUST FIRST put the switch to the 2nd position (0% Throttle). This will put the ESC back into standard spool up rate mode.
If you leave the model in Bailout mode, and go to pick it up and while carrying it you accidentally hit the Throttle Hold switch back to Run the model will spool up very quickly with full power in your hand and that can cause serious injury and damage to yourself and your model. Even if you try to do a spool up on the ground from the Bailout Mode this can also damage your helicopter. It can strip the gears, or will cause the model to spin around many times due to torque and can cause damage.
So please ensure that after you land your model, you always put it immediately to “Full Off” (0%) so that the ESC will not unintentionally spool up quickly if you click back to run for some reason.
With that safety notice out of the way, we wish you all again a happy 2020 and happy flying!
Scorpion Power System
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Congratulations to Max Park Young Hun have a great result in the GRC indoor masters RD3. There was 68 Entree for this race and I took TQ spot in FF CLASS and won. In TC class won the 3rd of qualify and finished 3rd place … Continue reading →
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A beautiful weather during Race City Rotor Fest event was running. Thanks James Dooley share the happy moment to us.
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Great day up at SEMCC for the 4th round of their winter series! A good, fun track provided some close racing and my #Yokomo YZ-2CAL3 was again a privilege to drive taking TQ with fast runs in the early rounds … Continue reading →
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Another year of Dragonfly heli event, this is 6 years in a row and hope all have a good time. Thanks Mark Pfaff for the photos share.
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A funfly event at SWEDEN at 25~26 May 2019 It was a nice weather and the pilots enjoy this flying season. Thanks Fredrik Rothzen for the photos share.