Speed Passion Reventon WiFi/Bluetooth Module for Android and i-Devices

Speed Passion has released the WiFi module for Apple i-Devices, and a Bluetooth module for Android devices to monitor and change settings on your ESC remotely while running. This is a great new feature that many have been waiting for, we are expected them to be released at the end of February. Check out the full specifications below along with video of the module in action. “New era” Wireless finally coming. Your smartphone will change all of the ESC.
You can freely change the setup of the ESC on your smartphone / tablet without having to connect wirelessly to iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch / Android and the Reventon Brushless ESC, “Wi-Fi module” is finally here! The item in the dream without make connections, etc.
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Reventon Bluetooth module for Android ¥ 6,825

Specification Reventon Bluetooth module for Android SP000008

  • Brushless Speed Passion Reventon ESC Series: ESC corresponding
  • Compatible devices: Android Phone equipped with at least Android 2.3, Android tablet
  • However, it can not be used in (Honeycomb series) Android 3.x.
  • Size: 30 (L) x 52 (W) x 9 (H) mm
  • Weight: 10g (when using the case)
  • (Outdoor) 10m ~ 30m: operating range
  • Compliant 2.0 Class2 Ver: Bluetooth standard

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iPad/iPhone/iPod SP000009 MSRP ¥ 7,875

Specifications for iPad/iPhone/iPod SP000009

  • Brushless Speed Passion Reventon ESC Series
  • Compatible devices: iPhone equipped with more than iOS4.1, iPad, iPod touch.
  • Size: 33 (L) x 59 (W) x 10 (H) mm
  • Weight: 14g (when using the case)
  • (Outdoor) 100m ~ 300m: operating range
  • Comply with IEEE802.11b / g: Wi-Fi standard


8 Comments on “Speed Passion Reventon WiFi/Bluetooth Module for Android and i-Devices”

  1. So it only supports Android devices from over 2 years ago? When I 1st heard of this I was juiced. Then I found out it’s basically mounting another ESC sized component on the chassis and now this. Sounds good in theory but in practice I dunno

    1. yeah its an interesting product. I agree, it is not ideal especially android support and a whole separate unit. But this is the introduction of connectivity to our ESC’s, perhaps as this technology evolves, it will just be integrated into all ESC’s…. definitely would be cool!

  2. It’s not going to dramatically change the way I’d set my rc. Hobbywing escs with the program card or castle field programmer will always do me just fine. Even tekin with hotwire. Until this tech becomes part of every esc then I think I’ll stick with the stuff i’d buy when I was thrashing the slash.

  3. So it only supports Android devices from over 2 years ago? When I 1st heard of this I was juiced. Then I found out it’s basically mounting another ESC sized component on the chassis and now this. Sounds good in theory but in practice I dunno

    1. yeah its an interesting product. I agree, it is not ideal especially android support and a whole separate unit. But this is the introduction of connectivity to our ESC’s, perhaps as this technology evolves, it will just be integrated into all ESC’s…. definitely would be cool!

  4. It’s not going to dramatically change the way I’d set my rc. Hobbywing escs with the program card or castle field programmer will always do me just fine. Even tekin with hotwire. Until this tech becomes part of every esc then I think I’ll stick with the stuff i’d buy when I was thrashing the slash.

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