Brushless motors require an ESC (speed controller) to drive them, whereas brushed or cordless motors require a MOSFET to drive them. Some brushed micro drone flight controllers have FETs built into them for this purpose, however if yours doesn’t, or you would like to use a regular brushless flight controller like a Naze32 to control your micro drone, then you will need to use a brushed motor driver board like this one. It’s simple to use, provide 1-2s power to the PDB, connect you motors to the appropriate channel on the PDB (up to 6 coreless motors supported M1 – M6) and then take the corresponding PWM signal wires back to your FC.
- Mini and lightweight.
- Support for the brushless flight controller based on Cleanflight, such as Naze32, SP RACING F3 etc.
- Support for 6-way output, can be used on hexacopter and quadcopter.
- Large current MOS transistors, operating current of up to 10A for each output.
- Support of all the coreless motor, including 1020 coreless motor.