I'm curious how the motor can be effected by a "mosfet" circuit application once there is no power within the electrical system......?
Since the ESC is activated by the power source, how does that have any effect on a "brake" being applied to the motor, which does not have any "physical" device keeping it from spinning freely once the power source is off line....?
Seems the motor and ESC would have to be under some kind of power in order for the ESC to manage any signal sent to the motor to prevent free spinning.....?
The only time I've ever experienced a prop shaft not freely spinning once the power was off and battery disconnected was when there was some type of binding (friction) being applied to the motor/shaft it's self......?
I guess The question should be asked is the motor not spinning freely once the power is shut down or is the power still connected to the ESC.......before one assumes the EC is applying a "brake" effect.......?