XRotor Pro 25 Amp Circular Multi-Rotor Brushless ESC (Red) (2) by Hobbywing

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The Hobbywing XRotor Pro 25 Amp Circular Multi-Rotor Brushless ESC is a great option for 450 to 600 class drones with 16mm arm tubes. These are the red body, red LED ESCs. Package includes one CW ESC and one CCW ESC.

  • Easy Installation: The ESC case is easily installed on popular 16mm outer diameter carbon fiber arm tubes. The motor can be closely mounted onto the ESC, which greatly simplifies wiring and installation of the propulsion system (Motor not included).
  • Excellent Protection: The integrated structure of the ESC and Motor mount has excellent dustproof and splash proof protection.
  • Easy to Use: Highly intelligent and adaptive default settings like Auto timing for ease of operation.
  • DEO Technology: DEO technology (driving efficiency optimization) has multiple advantages, including reduced operating temperature, improved throttle linearity and good stability. Active braking provides fast deceleration and perform manuevers like sharp turns, altitude changes and sudden braking. With DEO the operating temperature can be reduced by about 20% and efficiency improves by 10%.
  • Compatibility: Compatible with various flight-control systems and supports a throttle signal frequency of up to 621Hz.
  • Navigational LED for Easy Night Flight: Positioning RED / Green navigational LED (based on the version) included in the ESC on the bottom of the ESC simplifies installation and saves the trouble of LED wiring

Cont / Peak:
Drive Mode: Square wave Drive
LiPo: 3S-6S
Timing adjustment: Intermediate / High
Weight (without motor): 50g
Dimension: 89.3x44.5x20.9mm

This product was added to our catalog on December 17, 2015.