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EDF40 with 8400kv Motor Assembled

EDF40 with 8400kv Motor Assembled

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EDF40-200

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Product
Description
A super-small 40mm EDF. This cute little ducted fan system puts out up to 170g of thrust, great for small indoor or multi-fan projects.

Spec.
Weight: 28g
Kv: 8400rpm/v
Size: 42 x 39mm
Battery: 2~3S
Voltage: 7.5, 8.0, 8.5V
Current: 13.0, 15.0, 17.5A 
Thrust: 130, 150, 170g
Watt: 97.5, 120, 148.8W
Efficiency(g/W): 1.33, 1.25, 1.14 
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  • SKU:
    EDF40-200
  • Brand:
    N/A
  • Weight(g)
    69.00
  • Length
    86.00
  • Width:
    55.00
  • Height:
    60.00
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Nice unit. Specs aren't quite right. Uses 23amps at WOT on a 2cell (nanotech 950mha 75C) but it makes up for it in thrust.
Running it on the Pearl glider and it makes it fast. A good value unit.
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I haven't received them yet ,

still waiting backordered items ...

I have in purpose to use it on the

Phoenix EDF 40mm Micro Jet 520mm (KIT)

that earned as a freeby .

Hope that suits good enough ...
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well im using it on a 1.1m crj twin setup and its working fine not quite a 1to 1 thrust ratio but i shifts he plane around fine :D

good product 5/5
money well spent
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Tried this in a very lightweight indoor jet. The AMP-comsumption meant that i had to use at least a 600mAh battery, but the thrust was to low to fly it. I tried a GWS with Hyperion motor (lower KV 5700), and that made it.



This one makes more noise than thrust ,and uses far too much power to do it
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this edf s perfect with a small depron plane shokflyer as an f22 light about 230 gr, with 3 cells and a small esc. very good product hk i like it thks
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is an edf perfect if you want home buld a micro zagy jet. with 3 cells of 800 ma is possible fly 25 minutes. is 60 cm and weight is 250 gr. very very fast in fly but you must run on take off . use a good controller as mine SS Series 18-20A ESC hobbyking thanks hk
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is an edf perfect if you want home buld a micro zagy jet. with 3 cells of 800 ma is possible fly 25 minutes. is 60 cm and weight is 250 gr. very very fast in fly but you must run on take off . use a good controller as mine SS Series 18-20A ESC hobbyking thanks hk
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Unit looks good, but will only run on minimum 18a esc. To put this edf , 18-20 esc into under 200g plane makes it too heavy. 2 cells don't supply enough power and even 3cells seem to not keep up with current draw. And all this for no more than 175g thrust . H.K needs to supply lower kv motor like the Feigao 1208425L which can provide good thrust on 2 cells and 3 while using only a 10a 10g esc.
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HI just look at my video no the

Mini F-22 Jet EPO Kit with EDF and brushless motor its runing this EDF
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HI just look at my video no the

Mini F-22 Jet EPO Kit with EDF and brushless motor its runing this EDF
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