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Turnigy MultiStar 32bit 20A Race Spec ESC 2~4S NAKED (OPTO)

Turnigy MultiStar 32bit 20A Race Spec ESC 2~4S NAKED (OPTO)

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Turnigy MultiStar 32bit ESCs are super simple to install and very easy setup. They have already taken spots on the podium a number of times with our beta testing Ninjas. If you're looking for an edge against the competition and take your FPV drone racing seriously the Turnigy MultiStar 32bit ESCs are worth taking a closer look at. 

Turnigy MultiStar 32bit ESCs feature a proprietary firmware (Rumored to have been developed in DrEvils Lab) delivering a smooth linear throttle response, without sacrificing a rapid, crisp response to any throttle input.

Turnigy MultiStar ESC's come pre-tinned, solder ready, all you need to do is add your own selected plugs or adjust wire lengths and solder the connections. With their small lightweight design and these ESC's will have you racing fast and on Budget.

Features:
• Smooth and linear throttle control 
• Fast response to throttle input 
• Arm Cortex-M0 MCU
• Stalled motor protection 
• Throttle signal loss protection 
• Safe power-on (throttle lockout) 
• Support 480Hz high refresh rates

Specs:
Constant Current: 20A
Input Voltage: 2-4 cell LiPoly
BEC: no bec OPTO
MCU: Arm Cortex-M0
PCB Size: 28 x 14 x 5mm
Weight: 9g

  • SKU 9351000082-0
  • Brand MultiStar
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 10.0000
  • Length 120.00
  • Width 6.00
  • Height 100.00
  • Turnigy Multistar 32Bit Race Spec ESCs
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Nothing to tell u how to wire them correctly

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Nothing to tell u how to wire them correctly

Great esc's at first, they run the motors very smooth, and the easy programming of the motor direction is a blast, but they seem to burn out quickly and the firmware isn't BLheli_32 but a non open source firmware.

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Great esc's at first, they run the motors very smooth, and the easy programming of the motor direction is a blast, but they seem to burn out quickly and the firmware isn't BLheli_32 but a non open source firmware.

They do not give any wiring diagram or instructions on the location of positive & negative point for soldering. Even the pcb board have no indication or mark for positive & negative. Really they need to improve on this

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They do not give any wiring diagram or instructions on the location of positive & negative point for soldering. Even the pcb board have no indication or mark for positive & negative. Really they need to improve on this

Great little (very very little) ESCs, running these on my 220 sized racer with 1806 2300kv motors and I'm flying a 45 degree camera angle and am blasting around the track :) Had no problems what so ever. The first thing i noticed about these it that they are next level tiny ESCs, defiantly a daunting task for anyone thats a bit new to soldering.

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Great little (very very little) ESCs, running these on my 220 sized racer with 1806 2300kv motors and I'm flying a 45 degree camera angle and am blasting around the track :) Had no problems what so ever. The first thing i noticed about these it that they are next level tiny ESCs, defiantly a daunting task for anyone thats a bit new to soldering.

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