This is the perfect combination for your latest 250 multi-rotor project from this quality manufacturer of multi-rotor components.
In this combo set you receive 6 x DYS BE1806 2300KV motors, 6 x DYS 20amp BLheli Opto speed controllers, 6 x 6045 propellers, the prop drivers and mounting bolts.
The DYS range of speed controllers have been designed specifically with multi-rotors in mind, fast throttle response, ultra low resistance MOSFETs, small and lightweight, a thicker PCB for better heat dissapation and much more.
This combo delivers both great performance and fantastic value.
• Designed specifically for multi-rotors
• Twisted servo cable to reduce interference
• Fast throttle response
• Low resistance MOSFETs
• Small and lightweight
• Thicker PCB for better heat dissapation
• Maximum refresh frequency up to 500Hz throttle signal, compatible with all flight controllers
• High performance capacitor filter
Model: 20A Micro Opto multi-rotor ESC
Input Voltage: 2~4S (7.4~14.8V)
Continuous Current: 20 amps
Burst Current: 22 amps
Signal Frequency: 20-500Hz
Output PWM Frequency: 18KHz
Application: Compatible with SimonK & BLheli firmware
BEC: No BEC, opto only
Dimensions: 23 x 12 x 4.5mm
DYS BE1806 2300KV Motor Specs:
Voltage: 2~3S (7.4V~11.1V)
Max Current: 8amps
Max Watts: 85W
Shaft Diameter: 2mm
Mounting Holes: M2 x 12/16mm
Prop Size: 5 x 3 to 7 x 2.4ins
7.4V with 6 x 2ins prop, 17060rpm/6.5A/48.1W
7.4V with 7 x 2.4ins prop, 17060rpm/7.6A/56.2W
11.1V with 5 x 3ins prop, 25590rpm/6.5A/72.2W
11.1V with 6 x 2ins prop, 25590rpm/7.6A/84.4W
6 x DYS BE1806 2300KV brushless motors
6 x DYS 20amp Opto speed conrollers
6 x 6045 propellers
6 x Prop adapters
6 x Sets of mounting screws
Hmotnost ( g )
Awesome kit, great value for the priceway cool set of motors and ESC's if you buy 2 you have enough to build 3 mini quads,Yes, at 80ish dollars for 6 motors and 6 ESCs this is an amazing deal for a first build. Problem is, the motor's shaft is very thin, at 2mm. Out of all my crashes, the only things I have broken other than props and wires coming loose were two motors, both due to a bent shaft. 2204 and 2205 tend to have 3mm shafts, which I think make all the difference if you are planning to race and crash a lot. Plus this motor is around the same weight as many 2204's, so no reason to go with it other than price. Another annoyance is that the specs say these motors can only handle 8A, but that can't be right because I've ran 5045 and 6040 without any noticeable issues. ESCs seem great though.