MultiStar ESCs are a quality speed controller at a fantastic price! Designed for simple installation and easy setup these ESCs have proven to offer excellent performance when used in Multi-rotor applications. If your starting out in Multi-rotors and need an easy to install solution that is tested and proven to work with Multi-rotor craft then these speed controllers have you covered.
These ESC's features a very smooth yet linear throttle response, without sacrificing a rapid, crisp, response to any throttle input. Safety is not forgotten with all Multistar Esc's featuring adjustable battery LVC (set battery type to LiXX to disable LVC), stalled motor (overload) protection, signal loss shut-down and safe arming.
All MultiStar series ESC's come with bullet connectors installed that are suited to the ESC's rated power handling. This allows for plug and play convenience by simply adding the appropriate battery supply splitter (3,4 or 6 ESC) and motor lead extensions from the Multistar modular accessory line. What could be simpler?
All MultiStar ESC's feature an ATmega MCU that opens the door to customizable firmware - for those so inclined! or alternatively a programming card can be used with the installed software for quick and easy setup with the pre-flashed software.
Please refer to the related items below for a solder free multi-rotor power solution to suit your next multi-rotor project.
• Smooth and linear throttle control
• Fast response to throttle input
• Atel MCU
• Stalled motor protection
• Throttle signal lose protection
• Safe power-on (throttle lockout)
• Support 480Hz+ high refresh rates (up to 499hz)
• Compatible with programming card
Constant Current: 40A
Input Voltage: 2-6 cells LiPoly
BEC: None (OPTO)
PWM: 8 KHz Max
RPM: 240,000rpm for 2 Pole Brushless Motors
PCB Size: 45mm x 18mm
Discharge Plugs: Male 3.5mm Bullet Connector
Motor Plugs: Female 3.5mm Bullet Connector
Overall these are good ESC's.I bought 4 of them and they work wellBought 6 of these.
One of them malfunctioned after 1 minute of operation. When we checked the firmware it wasn't 40A but 20A. Probably a manufacturing problem affects these controllers