KISS ESC 2-6S 32A
32bit brushless Motor Ctrl
The KISS ESC32A powered by a M4 MCU is the new member in the KISS family, developed for race copters with power hungry motor/prop combinations.
Actively limited to 40A for longuevity it comes with all the features of its little brother, the ESC24A re. With a capacitor it can be driven by up to 6s lipos. Specifications
32-Bit-ARM Cortex M4 MCU @ 80 MHz
Telemetry capability (voltage, current, temperature, rpm)
Over current protection (measures the current and reduces it to max 40A)
Over temperature protection (reduces the max power if hotter then 100°C)
sinHybrid :: Sinwave/BackEMF Hybrid Commutation for smoother running.)
Dshot 2400 (Full resolution of 2000 steps takes only 6.5µs).
Supports all common Dshot commands like turtle mode, 3D mode and rotation direction change.
Expanded adaptive auto timing (3,25-30° advance on each commutation),
For Race Multicopters (32A continuous also with weak cooling),High max. RPM (500.000ERpm, 71.400Rpm with a 14Pole Motor)
Small size (19 x 27 mm)
Accurate RPM control (2000 steps using Dshot)
No additional capacitor needed for 3-5S. Add a min. 220µF min. 50V Cap for 6S usage!
Very fast throttle response, Linear throttle response, Active freewheeling (low diode losses)
Regenerative braking 3-6S LiPo Dshot 100-2400, Oneshot42, Oneshot125 and normal (25 ? 500Hz) PWM auto detected.
Supports FrSky Sbus, Graupner SumD, TBS CROSSFIRE and Multiplex SRXL, S-Port, Graupner HOTT, TBS CROSSFIRE and Sensorbus
Operating voltage 9 - 30V (3-6s)
Maximum continuous current 32A, instantaneous maximum current 40A, actively limited
600000 ERPM maximum rotation field speed (useage up to 500000 recommended)
Due to the regenerative braking, the KISS ESC should only be powered by LiPo batteries.
Never start a brush-less motor in your hands!
While starting up with propellers mounted, always care for distance yourself and objects
Never power up your ESC/speed controllers without a valid signal transmitter (receiver or FC) is connected.
The KISS ESC can be locally heated up to 80 ° C during operation!
While soldering do not connect a voltage source at the ESC / speed controller.
Some components on the KISS ESC can be destroyed by static charge. When handling such electronics, make sure to be grounded
ATTENTION! When using 6S, an Elko should be used. (220µF at least 50V)
DOWNLOADS (Manuals, Firmware)
KISS ESC 2-6S 32A