An electronic speed control or ESC is an electronic circuit with the purpose to vary an electric motor's speed, its direction and possibly also to act as a dynamic brake. ESCs are often used on electrically powered radio controlled models, with the variety most often used for brushless motors essentially providing an electronically generated three-phase electric power low voltage source of energy for the motor.
30A Brushless ESC pre-flashed with SimonK firmware
Output: Continuous 30A, burst 40A up to 10 Secs.
Input voltage: 2-4 cells lithium battery or 5-12 cells NiCd/NIMh battery
BEC: 2A / 5V (Linear mode).
Max speed: 210,000rpm for 2 poles BLM, 70,000rpm for 6 poles BLM, 35,000rpm for 12 poles BLM.
(BLM: Brushless Motor)
Size: 45 * 24 * 11mm / 1.8 * 0.9 * 0.4in