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A2212 1400KV BLDC Motor and Simonk 30A ESC for RC Drones

A2212 1400KV BLDC Motor and Simonk 30A ESC for RC Drones

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  • This A2212 1400KV BLDC motor has built with high-end magnets, a high pole count and a custom motor mount
  • This BLDC motor has an in-built aluminium mount for quick and easy installation on your quadcopter frame.
  • The Simonk 30A ESC motors work best with 2-3S LiPo batteries.
  • This combo of ESC motor and BLDC brushless motor work well together and are essential for a DIY drone or quadcopter set.
  • Lightweight design makes them suitable for a wide range of Multirotor Frames.

A2212 1400KV BLDC Motor and Simonk 30A ESC for RC Drones

The A2212 1400KV BLDC ( Brushless DC )Motor is a brushless motor designed for quadcopters and multi rotors, which comes with Simonk 30A ESC. It has exceptional performance, superpower, and efficiency. These motors are ideal for medium-sized quadcopters with propellers ranging from 8 to 10 inches in diameter. Build powerful and efficient quadcopters with this.

The Simonk ESC is a 30A BLDC ESC (Electronic Speed Controller) that is used to drive motors that consume current up to 30A. The 30A Simonk controller is made for quadcopters and multicopters to provide faster and better motor speed control.

The A2212 10T, 13T 1400Kv Brushless Motors for Drone and SimonK 30A ESC is a very popular combination of Brushless DC Motor + Electronic Speed Controller (ESC) for Drones. This combination is coupled with a 1045 Propeller Set.

This A2212 1400kv BLDC motor is equipped with a solid metal case which makes it reliable and durable. This BLDC Motor comes with a pre-soldered good quality connector for a fast and direct connection between ESC and the motor.

If you want to Build a Quadcopter of your own you can do it too. For that you need Component
1 Drone frames
2 Flight Controller (FC)
3 RC transmitter & receiver
4 Power Distribution Board
5 Propellers
6 Battery and charger


  • Drones
  • Quadcopters
  • Multirotors
  • RC Airplanes
  • UAV

Package Includes:

  • 1 x A2212 1400Kv brushless motor set
  • 1 x Simonk 30A ESC Motor


For A2212 10T/13T BLDC Motor

Model  A2212 10T/13T
Motor KV (RPM/V) 1400
Maximum Efficiency  80%
Current Capacity 16A/60S
Dimensions(mm) 27.5 x 26.5
Weight (gm) 62

For SimonK 30A ESC

Brand  Simonk
Current Rating  30A
Suitable Batteries 2-3S LiPo
Recommended BLDC Motors  A2212 brushless motor (1000kv, 1400kv, 2200kv)
Dimensions 45 x 24 x 11mm
Weight 32 grams

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1. Why BLDC motors are used in drones?

  • These BLDC motors produce a higher thrust to facilitate the best rotation speeds and controlled power for drones in a highly efficient manner.

2. What is an A2212 1400KV BLDC MOTOR? How much weight can a 1400kv motor lift?

  • The A2212 1400KV BLDC DC Motor is most often used in planes, helicopters, and quadcopters. This motor has an 80 percent maximum efficiency, a maximum current efficiency of 4-10A, and a current capacity of 16A / 60s. If you're concerned about the performance of your quadcopter, look no further than the A2212. This motor is designed solely for multi-rotor applications, with high-end magnets, a high pole count, and a custom motor mount. The weight of the motor is 70 grams and it can lift up to 1000grams.

3. What is a Simonk 30A ESC?

  • The Simonk 30A Electric Speed Controller (ESC) is a fantastic little powerful ESC that runs very well and does not get too hot like other ESCs. This has been found to provide faster response than standard ESC, as well as easy handling and compatibility, all of which greatly improve multirotor performance.

4. How do you increase the speed of a BLDC motor?

  • The current flowing through the windings is directly proportional to the torque. Hence simply, the speed of the brushless motor increases with an increase in voltage OR decrease in the winding current

5. How can we control the BLDC motor's direction?

  • To reverse the default motor direction of a BLDC motor you must reverse two of the Hall sensor wires and the correct pair of the Phase wires (only one of the three-phase wire swap options will work correctly).

6. Is BLDC motor used in drone?

  • Quadcopter drone usually uses Brushless Direct Current (BLDC) motor as a rotor due to high efficiency and small volume. The BLDC motor speed control is very important for drone position and velocity determination.

7. What is SimonK firmware?

  • SimonK firmware is a firmware specifically for ESCs (electronic speed controllers) developed by Simon Kirby. This firmware has been found to offer faster response compared to normal ESC firmware, easy handling and good compatibility, all of which greatly enhances multirotor performance.

8. How does 30A ESC work?

  • Electronic speed controllers (ESCs) are devices that allow drone flight controllers to control and adjust the speed of the aircraft's electric motors. A signal from the flight controller causes the ESC to raise or lower the voltage to the motor as required, thus changing the speed of the propeller.