I want to implement a driver circuit for a (sensored) motor that I am purchasing which has the characteristics (on the shopping website):
Max Amps: 16 Max Power: 350W ESC: 35A KV: 1900
The name/title of the motor contains the word: "17.5T"
What MOSFETs should I purchase? I see name/titles such as: "30V 60A", "12A 500V", "100V 5A", etc.
My current guess is to choose one
>= 16A, however the ESC spec says 35A. I have even lesser confidence regaring the "V" of the MOSFET. The spec says max power: 350W, and I feel that simply dividing 350W/16A = ~22V might be too low. On the other hand I know that the power is dissipated over multiple MOSFETs (3 or 6?) in which case 22V might be overkill.
I did skim through various tutorials I found but they aren't in the context of the commercial specs of motors.