Looks can be deceiving. This outrunner is around twice the size of a towerpro bell motor, and swings a much larger prop. Its the motor used on some of Art-techs new plane kits, which is testiment to its durability, ease of use and quality.
The DT700 will swing an 11x4.7 SF prop nicely, to produce more than 900g of thrust.
Its great for larger GWS foamies or parkfly planes.
Required Voltage: 11.1v
Suggested Battery Capacity: 1300mAh +
Suggested Prop: 10x4.7, 11x3.8 or 11x4.7
Max current draw: 13A (with 11x4.7 prop)
Max thrust: 900g+
No Load Current: 1.2A
Shaft: 4M (perfectly suited to Towerpor/GWS SF Slow Fly props)
Overall length: 77mm
Comes with mount as shown in Image
We used this outrunner to power the an Art-tech Pitts. Run with a 1300mAh 3S1P 20C pack, 18A BESC and 1147 GWS/Towerpro prop, the Art-tech pitts ran nicely. Excellent climb rate, though not hoverable, and with 13minute flight times or more, we were very impressed.
A very efficient outrunner for slower flying models of up to .15 size.
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very powerful bell motor, i ts almost equal in performance with a 35xx motor 920k, except that its half the price , also it can handle 4s easily, if 10-12`prop-=25amb esc
if 13 prop= 30 a escUsing this motor with a 30 Amp car ESC for an ROV project. So far preliminary tests are working nicely. It produces quite amount of thrust with my 57mm boat props, while submerged. the only problem I've had is that the set screws in the base seem to strip fairly easily, and I've had to drill an indent to keep the control wires from coming loos and flopping around.It's a good product. It works as it should be.
Two thumbs up. I would like to recommend it to all user.cheap work well and very efficient. the one and only down side is I have had 2 out of 4 have magnets come loose. I hope hk can in prove on their quality of products.These motors are ok for scratchbuild multirotors, but you will soon find they are a bit sluggish. You need to epoxy the wires which I am sure has been stated, but I ruined two motors before I did it correctly. I used Amazing Goop for ease. I have these on an h-quad, but they make a lot of vibration. I think all bells have that as they have such a small support, but large bell. For the price I'm sure you can find better motors that spin freely and have no need for modification.Good motors ....for the price....the issue is you can't really tighten props as if you try to screw the props too tight the shaft has a tendency to slip and cause the end ring clip to push against the bottom bearing causing the motor to run like its a bit jammed...gummy feel...I would go for the zip tie method to mount props....better bearings would be great....and neater windings would make this a killer deal....I don't think patrons would mind paying a couple of dollars more for this...all in all it is a great motor for a cheap not so trusty multicopterSuperb item to use in all RC stuff. Just safe peace of mind that you have a tad better item in your gear. Buy with confidencegood motor, altough winding is not the best quality.
If you crash your plane and shaft bends, there is no replacement parts for it.best brushless motors for my projects period, I have too many of them now.I have four of these DT700 motors and have used them on a tricopter preceding the quadcopter. I used these with the 11x4.7 sf props. They are good motors for the money but are a bad long term investment. They do what you want in the short run but if you are looking to go out and fly a multicopter and not worry about having a motor bearing go bad or the set screw loosen during flight or the balance being off, I would advise not to buy these motors.
If your going to build a multicopter, buy durable long lasting motors that will keep you on the flying field instead of in the workshop. Buy a quality set of motors. quality motors will most likely cost around $20-$30 per motor, especially if your using looking to get aerial footage and have a lot of expensive equipment on your multicopter. This may seem steep and I'm sure people will attest that their DT700 or DT750's work great, and good for them, but your going to spend the money either on a replacement or on bearings which will total to about the ammount of quality motors.
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