Esprit Elite electronic speed controllers (ESCs) will give you an unprecedented level of programming control for your brushless motors. All Esprit Elite ESCs can be used in Airplanes, Sailplanes, EDFs, or Helicopters (Constant RPM).
Esprit Elite ESCs can be quickly programmed with the JetiBox, no computer needed. Esprit Elite ESCs have a Data Logging function that lets you check the readings for peak Temperature, Maximum/Minimum Current, Motor RPM and many other parameters that are recorded. This information can be viewed right on the JetiBox after a flight. This allows you to make adjustments immediately and fly again to see the results.
Elite series Front Electric Sustainer/Self-Launcher (FES) motors are the culmination of years spent designing and testing in specialized environments. Motors feature hardened steel shafts, built in fans, a large radial bearing designed to carry the load placed on the open end of the rotor, and an enclosed shaft extension that includes its own bearing. We feel that these motors are the perfect solution for your electric powered scale sailplanes. These features, combined with an easy to maintain and repair design, promise years of worry free use.
RFM White Painted Carbon Fiber folding propellers and spinners were specifically designed for high performance scale sailplane applications with Front Electric Sustainer/Self-launcher (FES) electric motors.
Propellers and spinners feature a high Carbon Fiber content allowing for a super light and strong setup. Professionally laid Carbon Fiber cloth maintains maximum torsion rigidity while the high carbon fiber content ensures extreme durability with superior flight performance.
Aluminum louver sets are a great addition to your scale build or a great option to cover unsightly ventilation openings in your fuselages or motor/engine cowls. Available in three sizes to cover all your needs, simply install to your balsa/ply or fiberglass fuselage using sheet metal screws or CA adhesive.
We know that it can be hard to compare motors from two different companies, but using Jeti Telemetry systems it was a breeze. These are not identical motors at all, but numbers are very close.
The major differences are in rotor pole count, telemetry sensors and overall dimensions. The Elite motor has 14 poles and the Xpwr has 28, this allows you to run Elite with virtually any ESC. Weight is also very close with the Xpwr weighing 775g and the Elite weighing 825g with Jeti Telemetry sensors installed.
We have performed bench tests with a Fiala 21×10 propeller and 12S 5000mAh battery packs.
Elite 35: 94A, 7470rpm
Xpwr 35: 98A, 7440rpm
Note: Xpwr 35 Motor has NO Temperature Sensor Installed
(Transmitter Screenshot Displays ESC Temperature/Jeti Spin Pro 99)
|Esprit Elite 30cc E50/200 (12S/2600W)
Esprit Elite 35cc E50/220 (12S/3700W)
Esprit Elite 40cc E50/210 (12S/4000W)
Esprit Elite 50cc E50/215 (12S/5750W)
Esprit Elite 60cc E50/195 (12S/6250W)