A drone propulsion kit is an assembled, tuned, and fully configured set of powertrain hardware, that includes the motor controller (ESC), the motor itself, and the propeller. This is a complete power conversion solution from DC electrical input to propulsive power (also known as power system combo).
All propulsion kits use highly energy-efficient and robust vector control drives (FOC ESC) based on the Télega motor control technology.
The motors and the propellers used in propulsion kits are sourced from third-party vendors. Note that our extended reliability and quality guarantees do not directly apply to third-party hardware unless specifically noted otherwise. For detailed information about the third-party hardware please refer to the official vendor documentation.
The following table contains recommended propulsion kit variants that are available for immediate ordering from our store. Each kit is available both in clockwise and counter-clockwise propeller configurations, so the direction is not specified in the table. Other configurations are available upon request.
The characteristics are provided for reference only. The reference data is valid for normal atmospheric conditions at the specified DC supply voltage in still air. The reference data was obtained by sweeping the setpoint in the specified hardware configuration from zero to the maximum and back using the current (torque) control mode.
|UPK-MA2-C060-MN5212KV340-P18x6.1||Myxa A2||0.6 m||T-Motor
|44 N at
29 V (Li-ion 8S)
|350 g||750 W|
|14.7 N at
22 V (Li-ion 6S)
|120 g||250 W|
|UPK-MA2-C060-SS4014KV330-P17x6.2||Myxa A2||0.6 m||SunnySky
(folding carbon fiber)
|24.5 N at
22 V (Li-ion 6S)
|270 g||550 W|
Arbitrary-length motor cables and motor temperature probes are available upon request. We also manufacture custom propulsion kits and integrated drives consisting of our motor controllers and third-party motors/propellers/fans specified by the customer. Please get in touch for more information.
The variant ordering code contains the prefix
UPK-, followed by a sequence of dash-separated fields
listed below, in the specified order:
|Motor controller model||Abbreviated, e.g.
|Motor interface options||