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C2403 Brushless Outrunner 2100kv

C2403 Brushless Outrunner 2100kv

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C2403-2100
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C2403 Brushless Outrunner 2100kv

Spec.
Batterie: 2S /7.4V
RPM 2100 kv
Max Leistung: 120W
Nein Ladestrom: 1,5A @ 7.4V
Maße: 10 x 30 mm
Gewicht: 17,6 g (einschließlich der Anschlüsse)
Der Durchmesser der Welle: 3mm

Leistungsdaten:
Schub: 330g
Prop: 9050
Max Strom: 10.9A
Akku - Typ: 7.4V 2S
  • Artikelbezeichnung C2403-2100
  • Brand -
  • Gewicht 25.0000
  • Länge 105.00
  • Packaging Width 45.00
  • Höhe 45.00
  • Kv (rpm / v) 2100.00
  • Max Current (A) 10.00
  • Widerstand ( mh) 0.00
  • Max Spannung (V) 7.00
  • Leistung ( W) 120.00
  • Welle A ( mm) 3.00
  • Länge B (mm) 10.00
  • Durchmesser C (mm) 30.00
  • Kann Länge D (mm) 4.00
  • Gesamtlänge E ( mm) 17.00
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Leider kann ich nicht viel gutes ber diesen Motor berichten.
Ja er luft aber die erwnschte Leistung bringt er nicht.
Aber Schleifgerusche macht er.
Und als ich ihn auseinander genommen habe musste ich feststellen das die Anker bleche total verrostet sind und deshalb an den Magneten schleifen.
Mangelhafte Qualitt!!

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Leider kann ich nicht viel gutes ber diesen Motor berichten.
Ja er luft aber die erwnschte Leistung bringt er nicht.
Aber Schleifgerusche macht er.
Und als ich ihn auseinander genommen habe musste ich feststellen das die Anker bleche total verrostet sind und deshalb an den Magneten schleifen.
Mangelhafte Qualitt!!

Super moteur pour mon shock flyer tres bien proteg dans son emballage

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Super moteur pour mon shock flyer tres bien proteg dans son emballage

it as very power and precise mtor

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it as very power and precise mtor

Hey,
I tried this motor with a 12A ESC, but it doesn't have much power.
Now I use a 15A-18A ESC and now it has a lot more power.
NEVER USE A 3S LIPO !!!

Prop : GWS 8040

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Hey,
I tried this motor with a 12A ESC, but it doesn't have much power.
Now I use a 15A-18A ESC and now it has a lot more power.
NEVER USE A 3S LIPO !!!

Prop : GWS 8040

I havent pushed it with the 9x5 stated in the description but pulls a 170g foamie well on 2S and 8x3.8SF, combined with a HK blue series 12A ESC.

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I havent pushed it with the 9x5 stated in the description but pulls a 170g foamie well on 2S and 8x3.8SF, combined with a HK blue series 12A ESC.

These little motors just aren't made that sturdy. They would do fine for a small airplane as they output a good amount of power, but all 4 that I bought exhibited startup/stalling issues. Try to throttle up too fast and the motor will choke (acting like other brushless motors do when only 2 wires and plugged in). This is awful for quad-copter application, i'll have to get different motors. A some quick research shows that this startup/stalling issue is a sign of cheap/bad magnets.

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These little motors just aren't made that sturdy. They would do fine for a small airplane as they output a good amount of power, but all 4 that I bought exhibited startup/stalling issues. Try to throttle up too fast and the motor will choke (acting like other brushless motors do when only 2 wires and plugged in). This is awful for quad-copter application, i'll have to get different motors. A some quick research shows that this startup/stalling issue is a sign of cheap/bad magnets.

9x5 prop is too big and the engine is hot, with a GWS 8x4 prop is 13A with 2S 370mAh Nanotech and still too warm, better would be 7x4 but not here yet.

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9x5 prop is too big and the engine is hot, with a GWS 8x4 prop is 13A with 2S 370mAh Nanotech and still too warm, better would be 7x4 but not here yet.

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