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TBS BULLETPROOF 25A Racing Drone ESC (BLHELI-S)

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TBS BULLETPROOF 25A (BLHELI-S)

 

These escs are something worth putting on your build if you demand some of the very best technology available for your miniquad.

In stock (can be backordered)

SKU: TBB25RES Category: Brand:
 

Description

This is the next offspring in the TBS BULLETPROOF line. The ultimate, next generation ESC

Fastest in class acceleration and braking. More punch than your sticks can handle. Waterproof coating and motor blockage protection for longevity. The best throttle response and prop acceleration, lowest minimum RPM, highest throttle resolution, all resulting in the smoothest flying experience on both sides of the equator. 

Forget everything you knew about ESC’s, this one here has been a very long time coming. It’s a challenge to the status quo, a wish come true to anyone who needs power, wants stability, and requests reliability.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • SiLabs EFM8BB 50MHz with PWM gate drivers
  • BLHeli-S latest generation firmware pre-flashed
  • 2-4S capable, up to 6S on your own risk
  • 25A continuous power with active burn protection
  • 32kHz (MultiShot) capable, OneShot capable, PWM capable
  • Fastest throttle response, braking
  • Lowest minimum RPM
  • Full water and dust protection
  • 17 x 25mm size, 3.06g weight

PACKAGE CONTENTS

  • 1x 25A TBS BulletProof ESC (BLHeli-S)
  • 2x 18AWG power leads
  • 2x 22AWG ground/signal leads
  • 2x Shrink tube(Transparent)

Additional information

Weight .1 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 1 in
Input Voltage

2S-6S

Amps

ESC Firmware

BL-Heli-S

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  1. Robert Hartman

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    Robert Hartman

    What is the best practice for soldering these ESCs and dealing with the waterproof coating?

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      Try sanding the pads slightly with some sand paper (very lightly)- Also make sure that you have some good flux, solder, and a good iron. It can be tricky, but they are very possible to solder.

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