Losi High Output 5A Lipo Regulator w/Switch

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This is the Losi High Output Lipo battery voltage regulator with switch. This regulator features a high amperage output for digital or analog servos and with its compact size will fit in most battery boxes. This version is pre-wired with a switch for quick and easy use and installation.

  • Required when using LiPo receiver packs
  • High amperage output for use with digital or analog servos
  • Compact size fits most battery compartments
  • Pre-wired with switch for quick and easy installation
Continuous Maximum Current: 5A
Input Voltage: 7.4-8.4v
Input Connector Types: JST red (2-pin)
Dimensions (WxLxH): 1.1 x 1.1 x .22" (28x28x5.7mm)
Weight: 0.3 oz (8g)
BEC Voltage: 6.0v +/- 0.1v
Auto Cutoff: no

This product was added to our catalog on September 17, 2007.

Chris McKellar
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jul 25 2009 (about 8 years ago)
Losi High Output 5A Lipo Regulator w/Switch
This regulator is rubbish, unless your running 2.4 gh/z radio this glitches and interferes with your radio. Even with 75mhz FM, tried another guys regulator at the track and didnt have a single problem with interference or anything. I would not reccomend buying this if you dont have a 2.4 system.)
Donald Lea
Verified Owner
Friday, Aug 8 2008 (about 9 years ago)
Losi High Output 5A Lipo Regulator w/Switch
I just bought 2 of these for my 8ight b / t It fits nicely over all my only gripe is the switch is so short you can not use the rubber cover that keeps the dust out. You will not be able to toggle the switch with the rubber cover on. If I had to do it again I would of went with the switchless route (that is a diff battery plug though))
Joshua Mooney
Verified Owner
Thursday, Mar 21 2013 (about 4 years ago)
Losi High Output 5A Lipo Regulator w/Switch
This regulator MIGHT work ok if you ONE factory servo on an electric car. But your ESC would just do that for you. If you are running nitro, like me and thought, well this would save the hassle of buying a castle and having to program it. WRONG. If you have anything other than factory servos, and I do not think it could even run 2 factory servos, it falls flat on its face. its nominal voltage is 6.12 volts at rest, but turn the wheel and it drops to around 5v. If you hit the throttle and steering, even with the car at rest is will drop below 3.8v. What a pile. Im sure there is an instance where this works fine, but for anyone who appreciates quality, just buy a castle, the castle link $40 total and be done with it. My castle BEC works flawlessly in this very same application. Enjoy.)