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GWS Brushless Combo (ESC 15A, 2205/15T)

GWS Brushless Combo (ESC 15A, 2205/15T)

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GWS Brushless Combo 15A, 2205/15T

BESC Spec.
Operating Current: 10 Amp. Peak Current: 15 Amp. Maximum Voltage: 15 Volts.
Weight: 17g (0.6oz)
Input Voltage: 2-4 cells Li-Poly Batteries
Built-in BEC
Max. Current 22.5A when apply 7.4 Volts.
Max. Current 15.0A when apply 11.1 Volts.
Max. Current 10.0A when apply 14.8 Volts.

Motor Spec.
Model: GWBLM001A
Voltage: 7.4v
Idle Curr: .7A
Kv: 2160
Shaft Size: 3mm
Diam: 28mm
Weight: 27.2g/.96oz

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Used this with reasonable results in the HK Reaktor. Had to glue in the magnets before first run as 2 were loose! GWS 8043 prop is the upper limit for the ESC on 2S Nanotech 1000mah battery. 6 to 7 minute flights with mixed power settings. Not exactly a speed demon but enough to have fun.

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Used this with reasonable results in the HK Reaktor. Had to glue in the magnets before first run as 2 were loose! GWS 8043 prop is the upper limit for the ESC on 2S Nanotech 1000mah battery. 6 to 7 minute flights with mixed power settings. Not exactly a speed demon but enough to have fun.

Good quality combination. Powers a small pusher very nicely with a 6030 prop and small 2S pack (~ 400-500mAh). Above combination gives roughly 240g thrust at 9A.

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Good quality combination. Powers a small pusher very nicely with a 6030 prop and small 2S pack (~ 400-500mAh). Above combination gives roughly 240g thrust at 9A.

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ich fliege diesen Motor an einer GWS 8*4,3 welche ich auf ca eine 7*4,3 gekrzt habe an 2S bis zu 10min in meinem Flyball. Ach schwerere Modelle gehen locker senkrecht. Super Motor mit top Verarbeitung!!! 5 Sterne!!

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Hallo,

ich fliege diesen Motor an einer GWS 8*4,3 welche ich auf ca eine 7*4,3 gekrzt habe an 2S bis zu 10min in meinem Flyball. Ach schwerere Modelle gehen locker senkrecht. Super Motor mit top Verarbeitung!!! 5 Sterne!!

Die Verarbeitung ist wirklich super. Das Combo ist gut an 2S mit 7x4 zu betreiben. Zur Programmierung des Reglers unbedingt die GWS BESC Programming Token bestellen (z.B. Bremse abschalten).

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Die Verarbeitung ist wirklich super. Das Combo ist gut an 2S mit 7x4 zu betreiben. Zur Programmierung des Reglers unbedingt die GWS BESC Programming Token bestellen (z.B. Bremse abschalten).

Habe diese Kombination mit einer GWS7x3,5er Latte und einem 2S im Einsatz. Schub 330g bis 8A.

Bei einer GWS 8x4 2S 10A und 420g

Bei einer GWS 8x4,3 2S 13,5A 430g

(Messungen mit einer Kchenwage)

Damit geht mein DizzyBird senkrecht!

Brigens es ich natrlich mglich die Achse auf die andere Seite umzubauen. Anleitung ist auf der Rckseite der Anleitung.

Der Regler wird am besten mit der auch hier erhltlichen Programming-Card Programmiert.

Kann diese Kombi also wirklich nur empfehlen.

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Habe diese Kombination mit einer GWS7x3,5er Latte und einem 2S im Einsatz. Schub 330g bis 8A.

Bei einer GWS 8x4 2S 10A und 420g

Bei einer GWS 8x4,3 2S 13,5A 430g

(Messungen mit einer Kchenwage)

Damit geht mein DizzyBird senkrecht!

Brigens es ich natrlich mglich die Achse auf die andere Seite umzubauen. Anleitung ist auf der Rckseite der Anleitung.

Der Regler wird am besten mit der auch hier erhltlichen Programming-Card Programmiert.

Kann diese Kombi also wirklich nur empfehlen.

This is great combo for small pusher props. Plenty of thrust for light weight planes. Nice and quiet.

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This is great combo for small pusher props. Plenty of thrust for light weight planes. Nice and quiet.

Bought 2 of them and with 8038 props mounted on a homemade homedesigned foamy. It screams and they stay in sync really well. Running on two 2s Zippy 1000's, but going to try using just one as they don't really zap the pair. Can't believe how close to identical their RPM is.. Great!

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Bought 2 of them and with 8038 props mounted on a homemade homedesigned foamy. It screams and they stay in sync really well. Running on two 2s Zippy 1000's, but going to try using just one as they don't really zap the pair. Can't believe how close to identical their RPM is.. Great!

Great motor/esc combo. I use this on all my epp foam planes.



The first thing I do is remove the connectors and replace with 3.5mm barrel connectors, or whatever your favorite. Then replace the shaft (after you face plant your plane) with a new 3mm rod, easily found in old cd-roms used to guide the laser unit.



The original bearings did go fairly quick, but after replacing (use bearings meant for heli 3mmx7mmx3mm, they seem to last forever), I easily get 14.2oz thrust at 9.4amp draw with my 7.4v lipos pushing a 8x4 prop. WOW!! Makes my planes take off nearly vertically. I have also placed this on my slightly heavier 12.2oz planes and still can get vertical climb.



Only gave it 4 stars due to connectors and bearings being less then good quality. BUT I do recommend this motor/esc combo to anyone looking for a beefy weightless (about 1oz) motor.

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Great motor/esc combo. I use this on all my epp foam planes.



The first thing I do is remove the connectors and replace with 3.5mm barrel connectors, or whatever your favorite. Then replace the shaft (after you face plant your plane) with a new 3mm rod, easily found in old cd-roms used to guide the laser unit.



The original bearings did go fairly quick, but after replacing (use bearings meant for heli 3mmx7mmx3mm, they seem to last forever), I easily get 14.2oz thrust at 9.4amp draw with my 7.4v lipos pushing a 8x4 prop. WOW!! Makes my planes take off nearly vertically. I have also placed this on my slightly heavier 12.2oz planes and still can get vertical climb.



Only gave it 4 stars due to connectors and bearings being less then good quality. BUT I do recommend this motor/esc combo to anyone looking for a beefy weightless (about 1oz) motor.

great setup for swift2

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great setup for swift2

J'ai achet 2 de ces moteurs, d'une grande qualit de fabrication . Avec una APC 7*4, et sous 25 w, on obtient deja une traction de 200 grs . Il chauffe peine

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J'ai achet 2 de ces moteurs, d'une grande qualit de fabrication . Avec una APC 7*4, et sous 25 w, on obtient deja une traction de 200 grs . Il chauffe peine

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