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.
• 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
Constant Current: 30A
Input Voltage: 2-4 cell Lipoly
MCU: Arm Cortex-M0
PCB Size: 22 x 12mm
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU BUY:
- The firmware on these ESC's, while decent, is not upgradable
- You can actually reverse motor direction by spinning the quad motors manually (like physically turning the motor with your hand.) I stumbled across this feature by accident and I can find no documentation of this anywhere. All you have to do is plug in a battery to your quad (REMOVE PROPS FIRST) and wait for the beeping noises. Then, spin the motor that you wish to change direction on. You should hear one beep. Keep spinning until you hear the second beep. Reboot the quad BAM. Reversed motor direction. You can only reverse a motor once per power cycle. So if you reverse one motor, you will need to reboot the quad to reverse that same motor again (unplug the battery and plug it back in.)
- Performance is, while not absolute top-of-the-line, is perfect for beginner to intermediate pilots. Advanced pilots may find the lack of features and software support a little disappointing, but these ESC's will do just fine for 75% of pilots.
- ESC calibation is done in betaflight (I think this is common practice, but just to be sure.) Set motor throttle to MAX in the motors tab after checking the "yes i have removed my props" box. Then plug in a battery. Wait for beep. Then, drop the throttle to minimum. You should here another beep. All done.