The DYS BX series of motors are a balance of quality, performance and price. All BX motors come with integrated one piece CNC motor housing and prop shaft making for a light, strong and compact design. The BX motors come packaged as a set of 2 motors, one CW rotation and one CCW rotation with matching prop nuts. Also included with the set is 2mm bullet connectors and matching mounting hardware. 1804-2300 multirotor motor is ideal for small 200~250mm multirotors and 5 inch props.
Dimensions: 23 × 13mm
Shaft: 2mm main shaft and 5mm prop shaft
Voltage: 2S~3S (7.4v to 11.1v)
Max Current: 8A
ESC: 7amp to 12amp
Suggested Prop: 5x3 (3S 11.1v) ~ 6x2 (2S 7.4v)
Motor Mount Holes: M2 x 12mm
2 motors 1 CW/1 CCW
2 prop nuts
Bullet conectors 2mm
Prop PWM/THR % V Current(A) Thrust (gf) RPM
5x4 STD 10 11.1 0.22 12.96 3845
5x4 STD 25 11.1 1.27 79.49 9065
5x4 STD 50 11.1 3.52 168.77 13075
5x4 STD 75 11.1 7.25 279.92 16445
5x4 STD 100 11.1 8.21 299.84 16945
5x4 STD 10 14.8 0.29 22.74 4977
5x4 STD 25 14.8 1.81 121.68 11152
5x4 STD 50 14.8 5.06 253.91 15919
5x4 STD 75 14.8 10.1 392.68 19312
5x4 STD 100 14.8 10.89 395.08 19475
Max Currents (A)
Length B (mm):
Can Length D(mm)
Unit Weight (g):
Total Length E(mm)
I bought 4 of those motors to use with BLHeli 16 ESC on my kingkong188.
There works perfectly with 4" prop. I use it in 3S setup and 4S setup as well. They don't get really warm and all are still working after many flightsSuper nice motors, they work very well on my Tarot 200 mini quad racerI bought these for my first project, and to be honest the main factors for me getting them were quiet simple cheap and they fit, unfortunately one did arrive with a stiff bearing, that apon first flight got very hot so down it came... Still waiting on returns feed back, I live in hopeSurprisingly nice motors for its small size. I tested with an amp meter and with 4 of these swinging 5030 gemfan props they drew about 8-10 amp while hovering my 530g quad at about 55pcnt throttle with all onboard electronics. At full throttle it drew about 14 amp. I've no idea how much thrust it had at full but it was more than enough for nice punch outs. I even tried it with 6030 hq props and the motor was fine. Ran a bit hot with a bit higher current draw, so I wouldn't recommended it as 5in gave it plenty of thrust for its size already.
Overall seems like a very efficient power platform for mini-quads
also just FYI the white prop nut is ccw (R props) and black is cw (normal props).non dimenticare di prenderne una coppia di scorta per le vostre gare quad 250I use this motors in my quad. It's awsom.it hasn't been to long since ive installed these. I did have one decent crash and the magnets don't seem as strong as they were but ill keep an eye on it. I reversed and flipped my hk 5030 carbon fiber props and put it on my scale for a quick thrust test and I got about 245g of thrust per motor. this is on 3s 1300mah zippy compact, again don't take my measurements to heart because I haven't gotten to fully test them with a watt meter and give it a good flight test after the crash because the snow just started, just wanted to give everyone a base to work off of because I could not for the life of me find any decent info on these anywhere.aka wage dejja gathhha jaj jhodani nathnam kekawenawa1 with bad bearing out of the box. it spins but stops quick, screams and motor gets hot within seconds.