Hobbywing XRotor 30A Micro BLHeli_32 DShot1200 Brushless ESC

Hobbywing XRotor 30A Micro BLHeli_32 DShot1200 Brushless ESC
Price: $16.49
Discontinued Online
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The 3rd Generation of Hobbywing Multi-Rotor Drone ESC's offers incredible performance and ground breaking technology that has shaken the Drone industry up by storm. Featuring a high power 32-bit ARM processor running at 38MHz, high quality Fairchild MOSFETs, ceramic capacitors, 3-in-1 drive ICs, 3-ounce copper, 4 layer PCB, all while being compatible with BLHeli_32 protocol, these XRotor ESCs will surely fit the bill for anything you can throw at them!

Hardware Generated PWM & Damped Light Mode
BLHeli_32 Firmware utelizes hardware generated motor PWM for incredily smooth throttle response, and silent operation, Damped light provides regenerative breaking, providing fast motor stopping abilities, and additionally utlizes active freewheeling. 

All the Shots
XRotor BLHeli_32 ESC's can be ran with DShot 150/300/600/1200, Multishot, Oneshot42/125, and Regular PWM. There is no protocol that this ESC can't support. 

Programmable Items
BLHeli_32 Firmware allows users to connect four ESCs to the Flight Controller that utilizes Betaflight or Cleanflight firmware via signal cables. These signal cables can be used to set general parameters of the ESC simultaneously, upgrade the firmware, or adjust advanced parameters online at the same time. 

Multiple Protections
XRotor BLHeli_32 ESCs feature Motor Lock-up Protection, Current Protection, Low-Voltage Protection, Low RPM Power Protection, and Temperature Protection. All of these features provide extended service life to the ESC. 

ESC Specifications:    
LiPo Power Input:
Cont. Current: 30A   
Burst Current: 50A    
BEC Output: N/A     
Oneshot 125/42: Supported    
Multishot: Supported    
DShot150/300/600/1200: Supported    
Size/Weight: 23.8x14.5x5.8mm/ 6g

This product was added to our catalog on November 17, 2017