The market's lightest and smallest ESC, designed specifically for high-level FPV racing.
Utilizing the latest BLHeli-S firmware (16.5), hardware PWM generates a signal to boost smoother throttle response and reduce noise.
Supports new digital signal: MULTISHOT, ONESHOT42, ONESHOT125.
Top quality MOSFET, ceramic capacitors. 3oz high TG PCB board, significantly improves heat dissipation and improves system efficiency.
New aluminum heat sink, offers protection from propeller strike damage.
Features high-temperature silicone signal cable for wire flexibility and ease of installation.
1. Brand new Bullet Series (purple), super-mini, ultra-light ESC.
2. BLHeli-S firmware/ Supports , MULTISHOT, ONESHOT42, ONESHOT125.
3. New heat sink design both effectively reduces the core temperature, and avoids propeller strike damage.
4. Imported MOS tube, Japanese ceramic capacitors, 3oz High-TG PCB board, significantly reduces electrical heat soak and improves system efficiency.
Posted by Eric Cottrell on Jun 2nd 2017
I'm Eric The Managing Member of A Step Above RC LLC. We Highly Recommend This ESC to anyone that wants a Very Reliable And Great performing ESC. The 35Amp Bullet series Don't Seem To Run DShot 600 or any DShot out of the package. This seems to be causing some confusion from dealer to dealer. I notice them advertized as Dshot ready all the time but the 35A are not. All the other Bullet series are though
These really do work well though.. We Build the fastest BNF/RTF 210 Racing Drone in the world. It's called the 6S Blaze and it even comes with a 6S 75/150C Tattu Racing series lipo. These ESC's handle it perfectly. I went trough many different ESC's during testing to find a reliable option for the 6S blaze and I have had no need to look any farther. That's saying a lot considering I went through so many that didn't meet the high standards I have set for the Quad. MultiShot shot had worked great for me.
I'm not sure where to find the info about modding them to Dshot but, iv read that you can. But, I've also read that Emax doesn't recommend it. So, I leave well enough alone and they have proven to work great every time.