Electronic Speed Control (ESC) is a device used in electrically powered vehicles, such as remote-controlled cars, drones, and airplanes, to control the speed and direction of the motor. It is an electronic circuit that works by varying the amount of power supplied to the brushless motor.


In a drone, the ESC receives signals from the flight controller and converts them to motor commands.

Meps 2306 motors and Meps Space 45A ESC

MEPS MINI SZ45A ESC and MEPS 2306 motors
In terms of flight performance, the most important things are the motors and ESC. You can have the best flight controller, but the brain can't fly without muscles. This review will closely examine the Meps SZ2306 motors and Meps MINI SZ45A ESC. If you are looking to build a new racing FPV quadcopter, this tandem is an excellent option...

RushFPV Blade F722 V2 digital flight stack

Looking for a versatile and easy-to-use flight controller stack for your next digital FPV drone? Check out the RushFPV F722 V2 + 5A ESC Stack which has just been released and seems a reliable option. The biggest advantage of this flight stack is that it requires minimal soldering due to the onboard connectors. This modular design is also great...

iFlight BLITZ E55 4-IN-1 ESC review

iFlight BLITZ E55 ESC
An ESC (Electronic Speed Controller) is an essential part of an FPV drone that controls the speed of the brushless motor. It is responsible for receiving signals from the drone flight controller and converting them into motor commands by adjusting the amount of power delivered to the motor's coil. In this review, we will have a closer look at...