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PROPDRIVE v2 2836 3000KV Brushless Outrunner Motor

PROPDRIVE v2 2836 3000KV Brushless Outrunner Motor

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PROPDRIVE v2 motors are designed to perform right out of the box with tight windings, smooth bearings, correctly rated magnets, precision cut stator and balanced rotors.

 

We design and build the PROPDRIVE v2 motors completely in-house allowing us to control every aspect of production. We control the entire production line from material sourcing to machining, balancing and final assembly. PROPDRIVE motors can be trusted to provide years of reliable service at a price every modeler can afford.

 

We have included a collet style adapter, as well as a bolt on prop adapter.

 

All performance figures are the result of realistic testing on our own motor dynos.

 

Specs:
Model: PROPDRIVE v2 2836 3000KV
KV: 3000 KV
Max current: 55A
ESC: 60~70A
Cell count: 3s~4s Lipoly
Bolt holes: 16 & 19mm
Bolt thread: M3
Shaft: 3.175mm
Connectors: 3.5mm Bullet
Weight: 85g

 



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  • SKU:
    9192000317-0
  • Brand:
    No
  • Shipping Weight(g)
    152.00
  • Length
    125.00
  • Width:
    49.00
  • Height:
    77.00
  • Kv(rpm/v)
    3000.00
  • Unit Weight (g)
    85
  • Max Currents (A):
    55.00
  • Resistance (mh):
    16.00
  • Max Voltage(V)
    14.80
  • Power (W)
    755.00
  • Shaft A(mm):
    3.18
  • Length B (mm):
    35.00
  • Diameter C(mm)
    28.00
  • Can Length D(mm)
    23.00
  • Total Length E(mm):
    49.00
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This engine (PROPDRIVE V2 2836 3000KV 55A 4S 755W) I will use for the F22 Raptor purchased from HobbyKing years ago. (WS 693mm, L 1000mm, AUW 1100gr).
I used ESC ZTW Gecko 85A (same as AEROSTAR Advance by HK), LIPO ZIPPY Compact 4S 3300mAh 40C and CS High Performance 70mm 12-Blade EDF unit. All but ESC was purchased by HobbyKing.
The engine itself arrived in a beautiful box and with all the accessories as described. At first glance, the only error in the engine is hard wires, but not fine silicone. Which proved to be a major problem when installing in the EDF unit itself. After some grinding of the unit and bending of hard wires, I finally succeeded. I also had to use my screws with a flat head but not the supplied screws that came with the engine.
The test itself in the aircraft showed the following results with a full 4S 40C battery: - 84A, 14.7V, 1235W and approximately 950 gr of thrust for 20 seconds (well beyond motor capabilities, the engine temperature has grown to 60 ° C) I immediately followed the test for a period of 45 seconds:
- 72A, 14.0V, 1010W and approximately costants 850gr, the engine had 70 ° C
Depending on the energy input 1235W and 1010W, I expected a much larger thrust. Obviously, the EDF unit needs a stronger motor with approximately 3400KV, which is also written in specs for it. Although similar EDF 12 Blade units have motors from 2600K to 3000KV of power around 1000W.
For now, I will do some experimental flights and then decide whether to use a larger engine. According to the specifications of the engine, it worked well because it was at least 30% higher than the maximum. Engine temperature was on the upper limit. Both tests were done at full gas. Of course, for an excellent grade 10/10, it will take at least 20 flights to complete and then provide an rating of the durability of the engine itself. For now I am very pleased.
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Put a 4s with a 5x4 prop on it and you'll experience true speed
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Put a 4s with a 5x4 prop on it and you'll experience true speed
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Put a 4s with a 5x4 prop on it and you'll experience true speed
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Put a 4s with a 5x4 prop on it and you'll experience true speed
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Awesome motor for that money, made about 20 flights till now with 40A ESC, motor gets a bit hot (I don't suggest flying on hot days) but the sound and the power are amazing, with 5 x 4.5 and 4S makes about 1,5 kg of pull force. Measuring with Turnigy tachometer and above listed prop. around 37.000 rpm!
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