Do you want deadly performance for your multirotor? The Black Widow Series of motors have been specifically designed for multi-rotor racing when only the best will do.
More compact, lighter and with greater efficiency, Black Widow motors are premium motor systems incorporating both the motor and ESC into a single unit. This saves space, reduces overall weight of the model, reduces drag and allows the system to run cooler.
Wth the built in ESC you can also change the direction of rotation of these motors with a simple flick of a switch and there is also a USB compatible flashport at the base of the unit that will allow you to update the firmware.
These crisp looking units have been manufactured to exacting standards and use original NMB bearings to ensure the smoothest running and reliability of the motor. Quality mounting accessories are of course included and multiple mounting holes cater for most multi-rotor frames currently on the market.
If you are into FPV racing and want motors with real bite in performance then its hard to go past the Black Widow Series.
• All in one motor with built-in ESC
• Built-in reversing switch
• Built-in flashing port for firmware upgrades
• Fast throttle response
• High efficiency
• CNC case for durability
• 0.2mm thickness silicon steel sheet used for stator which creates low current loss
• NMB bearings for durability and smooth running
• NdFeB high temperature rated magnets for trouble free operation
• Dynamically balanced
• Compact and lightweight
• Low internal resistance
• All in one unit keeps wiring neat and tidy
Model Name: 2216 18A
ESC Current: 18A
BEC Output: No
ESC Battery cell:2-4S Lipo
Motor KV: 640KV
Size: 27.5 x 30.4
Recommend prop size: 9-11"
1 x ZTW Black Widow 2216 18A Motor With Integrated BLHeli ESC
1 x Manual
Junk.These may be crisp looking units....but that doesn't help much when you can't calibrate the throttle....have tried dozens of times to get the end points set....it just won't do it...after I try the motors will throttle up to half throttle....and not go any higher. I suppose it might be that I am doing something wrong.....but calibrating throttles isn't the most demanding thing to accomplish.......