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ADH300S Brushless Outrunner 2400kv

ADH300S Brushless Outrunner 2400kv

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ADH300S Brushless Outrunner 2400kv

Specifications:
Model: ADH300S
Weight: 21g
Dimensions: 14 x 23
Voltage: 7.2V~11.1v, 2S~3s Lipoly
Kv: 2400rpm/v
Shaft: 3mm Diameter
Max Load: 15A
Max Watts: 100W
Suggested Propeller: 6x3, 7x3.5 [7.2v]

  • SKU ADH300S-2400k
  • Brand -
  • Hmotnost 33.0000
  • Délka 70.00
  • Packaging Width 25.00
  • Výška 45.00
  • Kv (rpm / v) 2400.00
  • Maximální proudy (A) 15.00
  • Odpor ( mh) 0.00
  • Maximální napětí ( V) 11.00
  • Výkon ( W ) 100.00
  • Hřídel A ( mm ) 3.00
  • Délka B ( mm ) 14.00
  • Průměr C ( mm ) 23.00
  • Může Délka D ( mm ) 9.00
  • Celková délka E ( mm ) 32.00
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bought this motor voor a depron flyer, the motor mount is from wood not glasfieber like the foto, it wil break verry easely verrrrrry thin wood.

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bought this motor voor a depron flyer, the motor mount is from wood not glasfieber like the foto, it wil break verry easely verrrrrry thin wood.

I use this motor with 4.75x4.75 prop and a flycolor 15 A esc. All works fine and motor and esc are not going hot.

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I use this motor with 4.75x4.75 prop and a flycolor 15 A esc. All works fine and motor and esc are not going hot.

Replaced the stock motor on a HK mini swift. Had to work hard to make it fit. Make sure you don't use the stock ESC(6amp) Will fry pretty quick. Go for a 15-20 at least. Powerful little motor. Motor mounts on the flat motor mount provided. Not really easy to use in most applications. Had to improvise with balsa wood and a bottle cap.. Impressive result though.

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Replaced the stock motor on a HK mini swift. Had to work hard to make it fit. Make sure you don't use the stock ESC(6amp) Will fry pretty quick. Go for a 15-20 at least. Powerful little motor. Motor mounts on the flat motor mount provided. Not really easy to use in most applications. Had to improvise with balsa wood and a bottle cap.. Impressive result though.

I have found with all motors from H.K. that a quick dis-assembly, an inspection of all the components such as windings, magnets, bearings and a general look over to make sure everything is right. When you find everything OK then take a little time to oil the bearings. Just a few drops makes a big difference in the bearing tube.. I use the oil you can get from a Hobby supply or even Radio Shack ! Its about a 30 weight non detergent with a pin applicator... Smooths the bearings and they will last A LOT longer ! Works great for me every time..

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I have found with all motors from H.K. that a quick dis-assembly, an inspection of all the components such as windings, magnets, bearings and a general look over to make sure everything is right. When you find everything OK then take a little time to oil the bearings. Just a few drops makes a big difference in the bearing tube.. I use the oil you can get from a Hobby supply or even Radio Shack ! Its about a 30 weight non detergent with a pin applicator... Smooths the bearings and they will last A LOT longer ! Works great for me every time..

I m using 3s 1000mah lipo with 20A ESc 5x4.5 prop but the motor is getting very hot almost going to burn so i stopped it also esc is getting hot, can any one help is it ok. Plz help

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I m using 3s 1000mah lipo with 20A ESc 5x4.5 prop but the motor is getting very hot almost going to burn so i stopped it also esc is getting hot, can any one help is it ok. Plz help

Great motor for VPP

I use it on 150g middle motor VPP foamy with 8" carbon blades , Trex450 tail grips and VPP hardware (blades and hardware from Slowflyworld.de)



working great! little warm but the trust is more then OK.

batterys are TP 325 45C



improtent!! i replaced the shaft with 3mm hollow shaft for this use

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Great motor for VPP

I use it on 150g middle motor VPP foamy with 8" carbon blades , Trex450 tail grips and VPP hardware (blades and hardware from Slowflyworld.de)



working great! little warm but the trust is more then OK.

batterys are TP 325 45C



improtent!! i replaced the shaft with 3mm hollow shaft for this use

I use this motor for my depron F-22 with 6*4 prop 20 Amp ESC 1200 amh 3S and it`s scoots around. good motor, only the wires are very fragile

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I use this motor for my depron F-22 with 6*4 prop 20 Amp ESC 1200 amh 3S and it`s scoots around. good motor, only the wires are very fragile

Great little motor but take care as always with the mounting screws. I bought two of these motors and the screws supplied were varying lengths. Some 4mm some 6mm. If you screw the 6mm screws in with the thin fiberglass mount you will destroy the windings. Bit of a waste for the sake of a correct length screw. Hobbyking need to take note also. You probably want to try a bit smaller prop too, I ran a 6 x 3 prop on a 3 cell and it pulled a full 20 amps. Cut it down to to around 5 1/4 x 3 and it was down to 14 amps. It was a quite chunky master airscrew prop so i have ordered some finer GWS 5 x 3 and 6 x3 props to try

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Great little motor but take care as always with the mounting screws. I bought two of these motors and the screws supplied were varying lengths. Some 4mm some 6mm. If you screw the 6mm screws in with the thin fiberglass mount you will destroy the windings. Bit of a waste for the sake of a correct length screw. Hobbyking need to take note also. You probably want to try a bit smaller prop too, I ran a 6 x 3 prop on a 3 cell and it pulled a full 20 amps. Cut it down to to around 5 1/4 x 3 and it was down to 14 amps. It was a quite chunky master airscrew prop so i have ordered some finer GWS 5 x 3 and 6 x3 props to try

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