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MotoTurbine 64mm 4700KV EDF-Einheit

MotoTurbine 64mm 4700KV EDF-Einheit

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Ein Ergebnis von 3 Jahren in der Forschung und Entwicklung dieser taiwanesischen hergestellt 64mm EDF-Einheiten sind auf dem neuesten Stand der EDF-Design.

Die Kanaleinheit ist aus Flugzeuggrad hochfesten Aluminium-Legierung die Leistung zu verbessern und helfen, Fehlstellung des Kanals während der Installation zu reduzieren. Die Ventilatorflügel ist die erste in der Welt hochfesten Aluminium-Legierung zu verwenden, ein Ergebnis von 18 Monaten von Windkanaltests und Computer Aided Auswertung. Die Lüftereinheit reduziert hoher Geschwindigkeit Verformung um 90%, im Vergleich zu einem herkömmlichen ABS oder Kunststoff-Fan.

Alle Moto-Turbinenteile sind mit Präzisions-CNC-Werkzeugmaschinen in Taiwan hergestellt. CNC-Bearbeitung ermöglicht ein hohes Maß an acuaracy bei der Herstellung Prozess und sorgt für strenge tolernances aufrechterhalten werden kann.

In herkömmlichen Impeller Konstruktion wird der Motor mit dem Stator Nabe befestigt, während der Lüfter auf der Motorwelle befestigt ist. Während des Betriebs in jeder Unvollkommenheit entweder dem Motor oder Ventilator bewirkt, daß sowohl der Lüfter und der Motor bei einer bestimmten Resonanzfrequenz zu vibrieren. Die Schwingung kann die Schaufelspitze führen gegen die Verkleidung des Kanals zu reiben. Moto-Turbine 3-Lagersystem verringert sich um 90% Resonanzschwingung.

Motor: 2430-4700kv High Performance EDF Brushless
EDF Einheit: 64mm
Akku: 11.1V (3s MAX)
AMP Draw: 58amp
Watts: 679watts
Schub: 890g
ESC: 60amp oder höher (erforderlich)
Einheit Gewicht: 160g

Testdaten:
11.0V (3S) 2200mAh / 54amp / 594watt / 810g Schub
11.7v (3s) 4400mAh / 58amp / 679watt / 890g Schub

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je me demande ci je pourait en instaler 2 sur un hk500 uniquement pour une longue distance rapidement,

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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.

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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.
Vido sur http://bertrand.lecun.free.fr/

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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.
Vido sur http://bertrand.lecun.free.fr/

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!

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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 powerful

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this fan is a monster sounds great and powerful

installed 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.

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installed 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.

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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...

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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 littl

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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 littl

Very 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?

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Very 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?

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