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XRotor 40A 4in1 (20x20) 3-6S BLHeli-32 DShot1200

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Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
Original price
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99

The Hobbywing Xrotor Micro 40A 20x20 3-6S 4 in 1 ESC Dshot1200. A powerful ESC with 32bit BLHeli capabilities. Tons of power, with reliable performance.

Highly Integrated yet Compact 

  • High performance 32-bit microprocessor with the running frequency of up to 48MHz for excellent performance.
  • BLHeli_32 firmware is the third generation BLHeli, following base BLHeli and BLHeli-S.
  • All codes use damped light mode. Damped light does regenerative braking, causing very fast motor retardation, and inherently also does active freewheeling.
  • The code supports features to prevent sync loss. There are tunable parameters that can make the code run well even in the most demanding situations, although default settings will work excellently in normal operating environment
  • The code supports regular 1-2ms pulse width input, as well as Oneshot125 (125-250us), Oneshot42 (41.7-83.3us) and Multishot (5-25us).
  • Dshot signaling is supported at any rate up to at least Dshot1200. The input signal is automatically detected by the ESC upon power up.
  • The code also supports a beacon functionality, where the ESC will start beeping after a given time of zero throttle. This can be very useful for finding lost crafts.


    XRotor 40A 4in1 (20x20) BLHeli-32 DShot1200
    Application FPVs with 130-280mm Diagonal Wheelbase
    LiPo Power input 3S-6S
    Burst Current 60Ax4
    BEC Output
    Input wires Red-14AWG-100mm/ Black-14AWG-100mm
    Output Wire No wires but solder tabs
    XT60 plug enclosed with package.
    Weight / Size 12g / 40x33x5mm
    Firmware Hobbywing_XRotor_BLHeli-32 Version
    Throttle Calibration Supported
    ESC Programming Stick Programming, BLHeliSuite32
    DEO Supported
    OneShot Mode Supported
    Timing Supported
    Motor Rotation Supported 
    Warranty note
    • HOBBYWING products purchased from Hong Kong / Chinese retailers do not confirm CE / North America regulation - deems products non-warranty
    • Discount /auction stores such as eBay, etc are considered "non-authorized stores" in North America. Products deem non-warranty