Tattu 30A BLHeli_S ESC

by Oscar

Tattu has just released their new 30A ESC for the BLHeli_S firmware. Maybe a bit late to the game, as BLHeli_32 has already came out a few months ago.

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Tattu is well known for their Mini Quad LiPo batteries (we previously reviewed their 4S 75C 1550mah), and they are now expanding into the ESC market with their 30A BLHeli_S ESC.

To learn more about how to choose ESC, check out our ESC guide.

So here is an overview of the ESC’s, I will put them on a quad and test them on a later date and let you guys know how they perform :)

The Tattu 30A ESC’s come as a set of 4 in a really nice box. Probably the best packaging I have seen in ESC’s. They are sold at US$68 a set. They are also sold individually at $17 each.

These ESC’s are available at Tattu’s website: http://www.genstattu.com/ta-esc-30a-blheli-s.html


  • Current: 30A (40A burst)
  • Support LiPo: 2S – 5S
  • Weight: 6.5g (3.5g without wires)
  • Size: 26 x 14.5 x 6mm
  • Firmware: A_H_20
  • ESC Protocols: DShot600, 300, 150, Multishot, Oneshot
  • Power wire: 18AWG, 10cm (silicone wire)
  • Signal wire: 15cm with servo connector (silicone wire)

Size of the Tattu 30A ESC is between the Sunnysky R30 and DYS XSD 30A.

There is a heatsink on top of the FET’s.

Performance Testing

I used these ESC on this GEPRC LSX5 build.

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