Looking for the ultimate power system for your next Multi-rotor project? Look no further!
The Turnigy Multistar outrunners are designed with one thing in mind - maximizing Multi-rotor performance! They feature high-end 45SH magnets, high quality NMB bearings and High Poles counts for less noise, smooth and responsive power and increased efficiency. They have custom motor mounting and all are precision balanced for smooth running, these motors are engineered specifically for multi-rotor use and are not based on airplane motors.
The 4112-320KV MultiStar is almost too nice to fly! The workmanship and detail in this motor is at a whole new level. It’s fitted with shimmed and pre-loaded NMB bearings and has 570mm long high grad silicon wires. It has dual prop mounting, either a bolt on 6mm shaft prop hub or the 12mm spacing bolt threw prop attachment with a precision upper thrust washer for an unlimited range of props. And with 22P24S pole count its smooth efficient and has loads of torque.
Multistar is simplifying the world of Multi-Rotors with their purpose built product line and taking the guess work out of your setup.
Lipo cells: 4-8s
Max Watt: 660W
Max Amps: 20A
No Load Current: 0.5A/10V
Internal Resistance: .172ohm
Number of Poles: 22P24S (22poles 24 stators)
Dimensions(Dia.xL):46.6 x 29.8mm
prop shaft: 6mm bolt on hub or 12mm hole to hole for bolt threw style props
bolt hole spacing: 19mm * 25mm
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You can't touch these for 40 bucks. I have more than 3 dozen flying in a bunch of different frames and NONE have ever failed. Take a 680 pro Tarot frame, 6 of these, 6 opto 45 amp esc's and a 5000 mah nano-tech battery, 14x5.5 props and it gets 19 minutes of time flying, not hovering. Even with a gimbal, it still gets close to 15. It would run much larger props but not on this frame, 14 is it. They will lift most anything and 8 of them on a 1140mm frame makes a super stable photography platform. With a WooKong controller and a decent camera, hollyweird quality pictures. Just right KV for 6S. Runs way under 90 degrees F. Easy on esc's. Work great on a split power system at 8S. So far everything we have tried has worked. I have sunnysky and T-motors as well as DJI, all good, all more expensive and none lasted any longer or performed better. You could say we like these!I have purchase much more expensive outrunners in the past. Six of these with 16x5.5 props EASILY lifts my 1203mm hex (custom built) at 6.6kg. With 2 Zippy 8000mah batts I get 15 to over 20 mins. of time in the air. I will be testing 4 Turnigy-nano 5000 mah batts. (total weight less than the Zippys). Should get more time in the air. 4 hard test flights and the motors are performing very well. Just slightly warm to the touch after 15 mins.Very strong motor! Great for big projects using 6s.
The main concern is about the build process. After using this motors I figure out that some vibration sounds that I was listening, is because some washer was not in the right place making the external part of the motor jump up and down causing the noise.
If you have this motor MAKE SURE to check the internal washers. In all of my 6 motors, 5 of them was missing whashers or they were not in the right place!Two out of four failed within 2 hours of flight. Loose magnets on one and improper shimming on the other. HK is sending me replacements when they get back in stock. When working correctly they can lift a house.