30x30 mount ESC’s still get all the best tech first and are slightly more cost effective with that tech. The F3 processor on these ESC’s tend to do a better job managing things and may result in a performance improvement depending on what you’re using now. They also tend to have a slightly better reliability track record than anything smaller. They do weigh a gram or two more but few people tend to care and prefer the reliability and smoother performance. For this reason, we’re offering this ESC which tests as one of the best ESC’s around so far. It’s been performing well for us and we’ve tried it at 96k but have had better luck with tuning on 24k and 48k for now. If you don’t know what that means, don’t worry about it, you don’t need to know. This will fit in the Glide, CineGlide, CineGlide 7” and the upcoming un-named frame. Let us know if you have a good dental-like name for a freestyle frame btw.
The metal fet version is supposed to have an extra leg up in reliability. Both are recommended for 5-8” operation with the metal FET version being a better choice at 8”.
- 32bit ESC with BLHELI32 firmware
- Supports 3-6S lipo input
- PWM input, TLM supported
- Voltage output (VBAT)
- NO BEC
- Supports oneshot / Multishot / Dshot PWM
- Mounting holes 30.5x30.5mm
- Supports damped light
- F3 MCU, runs double faster than F051
- Extra Cap needed for high current or 6s usage
- Dimensions: 44x37x6mm
- Weight: 13-14g
Swapped for Blown 60a HW driving Shocker 5" tank with 2208 870 auw...
still going strong... FC is down now though, hahah
ESC can go all the way up to 96 khz PWM, so it flies really smooth. Features and layout are good. You lose a little bit of top end power on 96 khz. I also noticed that you can't set PWM below 48 khz. Overall, a good ESC for the price.
Its great when they werk but i have had two out of four escs little resistors fall off flys then when i put it up and then get it back out the components just fell off and wouldf not take off again(no crash)