hello everyone, i'm new to these stuff, and builiding my first quad.. is this motor can do the job?
if it aint.. can anyone please help with picking a motor rotors ESC Battery? i would like to achive a flight time above 10 minutes, and geared-up with a gopro cam.. Total Weight about 2.5Kg - 3Kg
tnx in advance!
Yes, It will work for quad on 3s and probably a 9x4.7 two blade or 8x4.5 three blade prop. The Kv rating on this motor is a little high for a quad so it will use more amps, This will reduce flight times. I estimate around 300w on this setup which should fly a 2.5Kg quad. I would use a 5000mah 3s and expect around 8-10 minute flights. I just bought 4 for to try on a quad and at $12ea. they seem to be a good deal, We'll see!.
Goll darn it, If you are building a heavy quad, You'll want the carbon/nylon props not the cheap thin GWS style. Also the sudgested 60a ESC I think would be overkill, I plan on trying 40a and going from there. I could be wrong but 450w and 42a draw seems a bit much from my personal experience.
My personal opinion on most motors of this size, I say most because I could be wrong, But I would expect about 350-380w most out of this motor and I would find a prop that it would make it produce around 350w. I tried to say 300w plus in my earlier post but the plus symbol got removed. Generally I figure around 10a's of ESC for each 100w of power and add a little to the safe side so 350w would be a 35a ESC plus a little breathing room so a 40a ESC is where I would start. This wouldn't hold true to some high performance motors or EDF motors though, Which I don't think this fits in either category. Like I said, I could be wrong, It may require a 60a ESC and it never hurts to get an ESC rated higher than needed, You just don't want to seek yourself short though.
If you are on a budget and can't afford to experiment, I would try to find something in the Park 480 range with around 1000kv. The Park 480 size range is 35mm diameter x 30mm can length. I bought these to see how they would work, Knowing they may not.
They may fit but the talon would be better suited for NTM 2836 750kv or even the NTM 2212 1200kv short shaft motor. The talon is not the ideal FPV platform though. There's barely room on it for the gear to fly it. You could run 10in. props on the 2836 750kv on 3s and 9-10in. props on the 2212 1200kv on 3s. I would recommend NTM 2212 1200kv on 4s and 8in. props or 9in props on 3s, But that's just me. Personally, I have the Talon and I'm using the 2836 750kv motors running 10x4.7 props on 3s but it's kinda rickety and not that great for much (To me anyhow). If your just starting quads, Buy the HK 450 quad and some NTM 2212 1200kv motors 2450 or 2650mah 3s lipos, 8x4.5 2blade props and some HK Blue series 20a ESC's or Redbricks. This is a very general proven build that is sporty and reliable. Just make sure to get a spare hexa airframe for spare arms (They will break) as it is cheaper to get extra arms this way.
Sorry for the reply but I wanted to correct myself, If you get the NTM 2212 1200kv short shaft motors you will have to buy the prop adapters separately and also I meant 9x4.5 or 9x4.7in props on 3s with this motor, Not 8x4.5 unless you plan on running a 4s in which if you did then a 2200mah 4s would be what you wanted.
yes it probably would but go carfule with voltage the other thing you do not wont to burn it out or kill the battery. so try it. the motor's cheap and try a bench test with all the componets bolted to a peice of MDF to see if it will work right. as the price is low i would go for it you can always use it later on in a different model
My club(Byeollae Air Plane club in korea)love it.. Like the price-performance ratio is very good reason.. Anyway..this motor is similar to the L3010B-1300. So it will be best suit 9x6 or 10x5 prop with 40a bec
450w from an 86gr 3s motor is a joke! 86gr X 3w = 258w. avg voltage under load being about 10.8, 258w / 10.8 = 23.8* amps. Being generous & estimating 70% eff at 20a translates to a 9x4.5... A 9x6 would drive it up to over 26a, fine if you're running very short bursts & then cruising half throttle to cool it back down but it's a gamble.
I use this motor in my 1.6m flying wing, works really well with TP propellers 9x6 and 50A ESC. Vertical flight is not a problem :)