Speed Passion Launches The All New REVENTON PRO Brushless ESC
Industry Leading Innovative Brushless System
The world champion ESC is getting smaller and more refined to continue leading the R/C industry in ESC technology. Speed Passion is proud to present the all new REVENTON PRO - Professional level competition brushless ESC. Designed by Speed Passion’s engineers with new patented technology, the REVENTON PRO is the best choice for the top level competition ESC.
The (STOCK1) software uses HybridBoost Turbo technology, a great innovation for advanced boost (stock or modified) racing.
This software is targeted for 4.5R to 21.5R modified motors #.
# Reventon PRO: 4.5R to 21.5R Motorturn.
Reventon R: 7.5R to 21.5R Motor turn
When the ESC applies maximum timing to a 10.5T motor, the motor will run at an incredible 110,000+ peak RPM, when powered by a 2 cell Li-po battery. These speeds are much closer to the speed of a MODIFIED motor using traditional static timing technology which will only produce around 30,000 RPM.
The new technology with higher performance will have some side effects. Higher performance also will also increase power consumption, increase motor temperatures, and lower the efficiency of the entire system. It is very important to set the programmable items of the ESC appropriately.
The REVENTON PRO ESC features an all new, in-house designed, 140A unit that out powers the competition in power delivery and smoothness. The unique INTERCOOLER design allows the REVENTON PRO ESC to run 20% cooler in temperature compared to previous models. The ESC keeps it’s cool even when pushed to the extreme in racing conditions ranging from full power boosted modified to no timing racing. The brand new ground up design features a full aluminum body case which provides maximum surface area to dissipate heat from the ESC. The full aluminum body construction combined with the INTERCOOLER design provides extreme power delivery to the motor with overall increased performance compared to previous models.
The onboard switch unit along with built in LED light makes it easy to identify software profiles when they are installed. No more external wired switches means racers no longer need to worry about switch placement and finding room on today’s high performance racing chassis’.
Speed Passion’s Patented ESC Wireless Control Technology – WCT
The Speed Passion REVENTON PRO ESC can be easily updated, adjusted, programmed via racers’ iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Android based smartphones and tablets will also be supported and plans for Microsoft Windows Mobile device support will follow. Optional Windows PC interface (Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7) will also be available to adjust ESC settings. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology will be used to allow racers to save their ESC setting wirelessly from the ESC to their smartphones, tablets, or directly to a PC. The REVENTON's intuitive interface will allow racers to share profiles and download ESC settings directly from the Speed Passion website. This allows racers to download the most up to date top performance settings from Speed Passion’s top factory drivers settings right off of Speed Passion’s website. (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection modules are optional and are not included with the REVENTON series ESC’s).
REVENTON PRO also features the latest racing software to accommodate all racers in all forms of racing:
Included with the REVENTON PRO ESC is the new Professional LCD Programming Card with built in USB connection port. The programming card will allow racers to adjust ESC settings, tune the Hybrid Boost software, upgrade ESC software, and review the last recorded ESC temperature and battery voltage.
Notice for Speedpassion Reventon Pro users using Viper motors: It has come to the attention of Speed Passion that there has been compatibility issues for Revention Pro users using Viper motors. The cause of this issue is the temperature sensor unit within Viper motors. In order to use Viper motors with the Reventon Pro in sensored mode, disconnect or cut the temperature sensor wire. As viewed from the endbell of the motor, this wire is the second wire from the left on the sensor connector. Please see the figure below for further details.