Looking for a mini ESC that meets all your requirements. Then this ESC is the one for you. The ESC comes loaded with proven BLHeli software.
The BLHeli software gives a very smooth yet linear throttle response, without sacrificing a rapid, crisp, response to any throttle input.
The slim design and low weight (2.5g) makes this a breeze to fit. It saves space and reduces the weight of the Multi-rotor. There is extreme versatility as you can wire this ESC to your own requirements as it comes with 2.0PIN connectors on the board.
To decrease heat to a minimum the PCB copper thickness has had a special thickening process and has been specially designed for the production of multi-rotors.
Support for ultra-high frequency Oneshot125 mode and ESC can support up to 3K refresh rate.
• BLHeli Software special multi-rotor program
• Smooth and linear throttle control
• Slim design for easy frame installation
• Fast response to throttle input
• Slim design for easy frame installation
• Very good motor compatibility
• New technology miniaturized ultra-low resistance MOSFET
• Low weight 2.5g
• ESC connection terminals 2.0PIN design
• Supports refresh rates up to 500Hz
• Supports ultra-high frequency OneShot125
Current Draw: 16A Continuous, 18A Instantaneous
Voltage Range: 2-4s Lipoly
Signal Refresh Rate: 20-500Hz
Output PWM Frequency: 18Khz
Pin Needle Size: 2.0mm x 6 pin
Size: 27 x 12 x 5mm (without needles)
- Blade Count:
3 DOA (one dead 2 stutter)
lost any hope i can do something with these.Just received 2 pcs today.
Fast delivery, greatr service!
Upgraded to latest blheli fly perfect.
I will order more for this price!
Thx HKI bought all together 20 pieces based on some saying DOA on a few..Well 4 where bad BUT H.KING replaced them.Now, fantastic little things, I have built a Hexacopter and 2 250's with these using kk board, cc3d board and flip 32 aoi and all perform flawlessly...NOOO firmware upgrades...Just solder, calibrate and go. I fly normal and don't race, just enjoy and sometimes go nuts..overall they have handled my light abuse...and after having them 3 months and multiple flights bought a few more..Excellent price for 16 amp at less than 2 dollars each.I bought 6 pcs.
4 pcs work ok, 1 is not powering on, 1 is having glitches (i flashed blheli againg on it but no luck)
For 2$ is more than ok!
I will buy more at this price.
Dont need to desolder the pins (just cut them and solder the wire)
I bought 22 of this esc for a long term project. They where ridiculously cheap, so I bought plenty of spares.
3 of them can't be used, because of the stuttering problem and one did not work at all, but I was expecting something like this.
The rest of the lot work really well and I still have plenty of spares for future troubles.
I have desoldered the headers, and put 22AWG wires instead, also used a small piece of aluminium on the Mosfets as a heatsink and wrapped it in transparent heat shrink tube.
This way I have a good 16A ESC in a very small form factor.
I have updated the lot with BLheli 14.9 (You need to use the DYS SN20A firmware).
The only thing I can't figure out is, why they where designed this way, and what they where meant for in the beginning.
I bought 5 of tehese on sale and instantly tested them when arrived. The results were pretty good, they are so responsive and powerful thanks to blheli. I tested them on 2205 Emax motors and they just got a little warm. So than I bought 5 more because they were so good! :-D The only downside is that you need desolder the pins if want to use them correctly and can be a bit tricky not to damage the FETs!It's OK for the price. Nothing more than that. 5$ ESC's with cables are still better than this when they are on sale. Seems to work OK , but I have used only 1 of the 5 I got. I will get more since they are so cheap.The DYS BLHeli 16A Mini ESCs were implemented in a small quadcopter (frame from Carrera RC, but without any electrical components) of 235 mm size, combined with DYS 1804-23 2000KV BX motors and micro CC3D FCU. Althoug rather heavy weight (about 260 g) the quad flies great under control of my MPX ROYAL PRO transmitter: throttle response is very smooth, but quick and precise if necessary.
I soldered the battery and motor wires on the back side of the PCB between the two appropriate pins, thus very good contact, and cut the long pins on the upper side.Have run this with both RX 1105's and 1105B's. They run pretty badly with stock firmware, but aftter flashing the most recent BLheli work very well, given that they're so cheap.
I have given only 2 crowns for a few reasons... First is the one and only esc I rigged up to test didn't work in anyway shape or form, Secondly I wrongly assumed the ESC had a BEC (my own fault for assumption) Third is... One person says not to connect both positives, Why is buying ESC's made so complicated. Not enough info, badly drawn wiring diagram, I am not going to waste my hobby time trying to fix a new product,
I will stick to proven parts in future
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