Factory price 100A Brushless ESC controller for sale online. Electronic speed controllers feature 14-84V (4S - 20S) safe voltage and are used in remote control and vehicle applications. The ESC can turn on when you turn your car on and activates when it detects that you may lose control.
- Model: BLDC-VC-75S-N-100
- Voltage: 14V-84V (4-20S)
- BEC: 5V@1A
- Continuous Current: 100A
- Instantaneous Current: 120A
- Size: 85mm*50.7mm*33.8mm
- EPRM: 150000
- Weight: 0.5kg
- Wire Size: 12 AWG
- Regenerative capacity: Yes
- Programmable: Yes
- Communication Method: PPM, ADC, NRF, UART
- Communication Ports: USB, CAN, UART
- Supported Sensors: ABI, HALL, AS5047, AS5048A
- 100A ESC controller has two COMM ports, a UART Bluetooth module, IMU, and a screen display or remote controller supportable.
- Based on VESC, programmable via vesc_tool with overheat and overcurrent protection.
Dimensions & List
Electronic speed controllers are used in remote control and vehicle applications. It is designed for brushless motors and is mainly used for electric cars, electric bicycles, electric aircraft, cars, helicopters, airplanes, boats, quadcopters and ESC firmware.
Tips: Difference Between an ESC Controller and a BLDC Motor Driver
They are usually the same. The main difference between the different solutions is how they commutate and what interfaces they use. Usually, they use a fairly poor trapezoidal commutation with zero cross detection. Some of the better ESC or BLDC controllers use trapezoidal commutation with flux integration, which usually works better. Others can also use flux-integrated sensing or encoders for some FOC-like commutation. This is usually suitable for low-speed torque but requires more processing so higher speeds may be problematic and therefore is not usually used for multi-rotor drones. The cheaper ones will have servo PWM inputs, and some of the more advanced ones may use something like a CAN bus, but that's not very common yet.