je me demande ci je pourait en instaler 2 sur un hk500 uniquement pour une longue distance rapidement,This is a top quality unit. I fitted it into an RCM&E Ezyfan that I built and it goes like a rocket. It will put out nearly 500W on 3 cells so be careful. I have already fried a NanoTech 3s 2200 by flying too fast for too long. It is a pity there is not better stock availability.Superbes turbines un peu lourdes, mais qui marchent vraiment trs fort.
A fond, 55A avec une batterie Lipo 4000 3S.
Deux ont t montes sur mon concorde de 2,2m Long, 90cm env et 2,4kg.
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This unit is incredible. It is as smooth as silk. Using NanoTech 3S 1500 LiPo and 80 Amp Plush ESC it is running about 500Watts in a plan built RCM&E EziFan. It goes like a rocket and sounds amazing!this fan is a monster sounds great and powerfulinstalled in the Hobbyking Jetiger after removing foam from the top cover. pulls 38 amps with a 2200 3s and a 60 amp s/controller. What a little ripper. Fantastic at half throttle and ballistic with the pedal to the metal and quiet at the same time.I would give it more than 5 stars if i could. ps cut away foam at the front of the motor where the leads exit to ensure sufficient cooling.The apperance is very nice and perfectly balanced. Awesome sound. I did a bench test using a Turnigy 12.6V 3000 mAh 20C battery with Hobby King 50~50A ESC, total power consumption 600 watts After 20 seconds, motor got only warm.Trs belle turbine j'ai bien hte de faire quelques test....Dans les prochaines semaines...I installed this unit in a scratch built delta wing that I have flown before. The plane was previously powered with a plastic type hobby king EDF64.
On the bench tests with a scale there appeared to be just a few ounces more thrust with this unit than the previous one. Also I found the unit very vibration free for the first 90 of throttle but a slight vibration at the very top end.
I test flew the plane with the newly installed EDF. I flew 3 flights at mostly half throttle, occasionally opening up to full throttle for brief moments. I checked the EDF and the full throttle vibration was gone after the 3 flights. Totall vibration free now through the entire throttle range.
Although the bench tests showed just 2 or 3 ounces more thrust, in actual flight, the increase in power felt much greater. Occasionally I would hit full throttle and the plane just climbed out like never before. IMHO there are other forces at work, in flight, that can not be measured holding a plane statically over a scale.
This is only the third EDF plane I have had. I have more experience flying glo powered prop planes with pipes,etc. I believe the increase in power is similar to a high performance glo engine and how they can unload in the air.
I used the two 2600 3s lipos that powered the plane before. They were standard 20c and 40c units and they came down warm and a littlVery cool sound. Sounds a super hair drier on steroids. The weight is killing it. 2200 mah lipo + 70a ESC + receiver + this fan sum up to neatly 500g. What about my 380grams plane? total 880g. Can this fly with the mention 580g thrust?