New Emax Bullet 30A ESC came in the mail last week, so let’s have a look at the spec and overview of these ESC’s and find out what’s special about them.
Bullet 30A ESC’s are available at: http://bit.ly/bullet30a
First Glance – Bullet 30A are Tiny!
Width and length measure at 11.9×19.6mm, weights at shocking 1.6g (without wires and heatsink)! The Emax Bullet 30A is probably the smallest and lightest ESC on the market today.
It’s only 2/3 the size of the DYS XSD30A ESC.
Spec and Features
- With wires and heatsink weights 4.9g
- Current rating: 30A continous
- Input Voltage: 2-4S
- BB2 processor (busybee 2)
- Supports DShot, Multishot and Oneshot ESC Protocols
It’s tiny yet has all the good features we love such as hardware PWM for smoother throttle response. The light weight heatsink (0.4g) can help cool down the ESC, also protects the PCB from prop strikes.
The 6A/12A are great for micro builds. The Babyhawk 85 micro quad uses the 6A version.
- 6A: 2S only, no heatsink
- 12A: 2S to 4S, no heatsink
- 15A: 2S to 4S
- 20A: 2S to 4S
- 35A: 3S to 6S, No DShot support