simonk esc 12a for quadcopter
These work well with 4S batteries and 2000KV motors.
- Continuous: 12 Amp
- Burst: 16 Amp
- Atmel processor
- All N-FETS
- Battery: 2-4S Lipoly
- SBEC: NONE
Simply put, one of the best ESCs you can get for your multi rotor. simonk esc 12a for quadcopter
These escs are a little long for the QAV250, and thus will stick past the PDB a bit.
- All N-channel FETs
- External Oscillator:
- Boot-loaded Enabled
Flashed with the famous SimonK OpenSource Firmware for super-fast throttle response, which makes your quad more responsive and “locked in”. These ESCs do not overheat, burn or lock out – unline many other ESCs flashed with the SimonK firmware.
These ESCs are completely re-designed from the ground up. Flashed with the famous SimonK OpenSource Firmware for better throttle response . New firmware means direct, linear throttle response, making it suitable for multicopter use. Up to 600Hz input rate is supported, with immediate updates to motor pwm duty. Each ESC is tested with a motor before and after loading new firmware.
The the external 16MHz oscillator line up exactly with the numbers in microseconds, but the internal rc oscillator ones will drift quite a bit based on temperature.
The ESCs use only N-channel FETs have the advantage of lower resistance, less losses and hence more efficiency.
All N-Fet:”The ESCs which use only N-channel FETs have the advantage of lower resistance, less losses and hence more efficiency.”*
External Oscillator:”An external oscillator may supply a more consistent timing signal and steadier motor speeds” “but the internal rc oscillator ones will drift quite a bit based on temperature.
These ESCs are a revision of the nearly-perfect F20A & F-30A ESCs with high quality board layout and components to make them perfect. Do not settle for anything less.
NOTE: This firmware does NOT check battery voltage or ESC temperature. Always use a LiPo alarm and monitor pack voltage while using.
NOTE: These are not I2C ESCs and as such are not directly compatible with Mikrokopter-style interface, however they can be used with I2CPWM converter
james e williamson –
could i get this with a custom firmware loaded..or can you suggest a esc that would be compatible
Anthony Jacobs –
Why run brushed motors on your drone when you can run brushless motors? there are so many great advantages, especially when it comes to performance on smaller quadcopter such as tiny whoop builds. You are re-inventing the wheel when there is an obvious advantage to brushless motor use in mulit-rotors vs. brushed from an engineering standpoint. Sure, we could flash custom ESCs for you at QQ, but we would rather help you build the most efficient, fastest, and best flying drone possible.
Jay R. –
What hex file would you use to put BLHeli on these?