SkyRC Brushless Motor Analyzer (Sensored & Sensorless)

SkyRC Brushless Motor Analyzer (Sensored & Sensorless)
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The SkyRC Brushless Motor Analyzer is a precision electronic device that is specially designed for measuring the KV value, RPM, current drawn, motor timing, vibration noise level and checking the function of hall effect sensors of a brushless motor. It comes with a 2x 16 character LCD that is able to display real time measuring values of either sensor or sensor-less brushless motor.


  • KV / VOLT / RPM / AMP
    • KV (RPM per Volt): Show the rotor RPM/Volt at a certain throttle power level.
    • U (VOLT): Show the input voltage to motor checker.
    • RPM (Revolution Per Minutes): Show the rotor revolution at a certain throttle power level.
    • I (AMP): Show the current drawn by the motor at a certain throttle power level.
  • Average Motor Timing
    • MOTOR TIMING: Physical endbell timing, usually between 0 and 70 degrees, requires tools to rotate the sensor board.
  • Noise Level
    • NOISE LEVEL: Poor assembly motor, inferior bearing and unbalanced rotor can generate a vibration. Whenever a motor in air vibrates, it causes compression waves in the air. These waves move away from the motor as sound or noise. Vibration noise of motor is adverse the Performance of motor. By measuring the noise level of motors, you can select the less noise motor. The decibel (dB) is a logarithmic unit used to express noise level in this motor analyzer.
  • Phase A, B and C Sensor Timing
    • Phase A, B and C Sensor Timing: Show the actual timing of three sensor elements.

Net Weight:
282gram (Without Cable)
Input Voltage:
7.4-8.4V (Suggested to Use 7.4V 2S 1P LiPo Battery)
LCD Display Screen: Blue Backlight Background, White Text, 16 Characters X 2 Lines
KV Value Accuracy: +/- 3%
Motor Timing Accuracy: +/- 4%
Motor Timing Range: 0-70°
Noise Level Measurement Range: 60dB - 120dB
Supported Motor: Sensor or Sensor-less Brushless Motor (2 Poles to 36 Poles)
Length: 80.6mm
Width: 136.5mm
Height: 24.5mm


  • (1) Brushless Motor Analyzer
  • (3) Motor Cables
  • (1) Motor Sensor Cable
  • (1) DC Input Power Cable w/Banana Connector
  • (1) DC Input Power Cable w/Tamiya Connector
  • (1) Instruction Manual

This product was added to our catalog on November 15, 2018

Verified Owner
Sunday, Jul 19 2020 (3 months ago)
SkyRC Brushless Motor Analyzer (Sensored & Sensorless)
Does what it does, analyzes your motor. Use this to confirm motor KV, timing and sensor accuracy.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Jun 18 2020 (4 months ago)
SkyRC Brushless Motor Analyzer (Sensored & Sensorless)
Excellent tool, a must have for every tool box. people say the best thing to due is tune your motors on the track. That is true to a degree, but when you don't have days to spend at the track figuring out your set-up, that is where the motor analyzer shines. I literally unboxed my new motor, stuck it on the analyzer, tuned the motor to pull 6 amps which ran motor temps at 136 on a 85 degree day after a 5 minute heat race, ran my best heat race to date and ended up on the podium, no testing and tuning, just double checking!!
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jan 15 2020 (9 months ago)
SkyRC Brushless Motor Analyzer (Sensored & Sensorless)
This is my first motor analyzer but with that being said. I only know of 3 that are made sky, g force and trinity. G force and sky are the same I believe from what I read. It a great tool to have help me find a sweet spot for my kid 2wd sct 4 amp was a good setting for him in 17.5. Found out that my novak was close to it timing on the 17.5 and 4.5 turn motor while I have a tekin 13.5 that was way off. But my noise level was good on 2 motor. One was high at 105 db change bearings and it went to 89db. I really love the db level cause being hearing impaired it was nice to see the beaing need a replacement. You can contact the motor manufacturer and ask what amps the suggest to run and use this tool to get there. The connection are are very solid and tight to. I used a 200 mm senor wire though since all my motor are installed the included one is short. I think the little rubber things on the feet of the motor holder should have like a strap or bigger rubber than the little 1/16 piece they have on them. It still worth the stars. Cant wait to play with it some more.