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SCM 3223 1550kv Brushless Outrunner

SCM 3223 1550kv Brushless Outrunner

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Weight:
125 g
SKU:
SCM3223-1550
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Spec.
Battery: 2-3 Lipoly
Kv: 1550rpm/v
Max Eff: 80%
Max Current: 6 to 16A (over 73% efficiency)
Int. Resistance: 70mohm
10v no Load current: .95A
Dimensions: 27.7 x 30mm
Shaft: 3mm
Weight: 57g
Model Size: up to 700g
Recommended Prop: 9x5

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  • SKU:
    SCM3223-1550
  • Brand:
    N/A
  • Shipping Weight(g)
    125.00
  • Length
    90.00
  • Width:
    29.00
  • Height:
    80.00
  • Kv(rpm/v)
    1550.00
  • Max Currents (A)
    16.00
  • Power (W):
    0.00
  • Length B (mm):
    25.00
  • Can Length D(mm)
    13.00
  • Max Voltage(V)
    11.00
  • Shaft A(mm):
    3.00
  • Unit Weight (g):
    57
  • Diameter C(mm)
    28.00
  • Total Length E(mm)
    38.00
  • Resistance (mh):
    70.00
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this motor is excellent.. 900gr trust = 9x4.7sf prop 40a esc 3s 2200mAh 35c lipo. i use it on my 100cm zagi :)
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I use 2 of these tiny motors on my Twinstar 2

Its plenty of power with a 8x4.
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I tried this motor on 3S with different props:
Graupner SF 6.7x3.5 - 17 Ampere.
TGY SF 8x3.8 - 25 Ampere. The motor got burned after 30 seconds! So do not go bigger than 7 inches with this motor. Otherwise try the 1200kv version of this motor.
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This is one of the most fantastic motors for its size. Using a 8040 gws prop, this little motor has a great speed range. At present we are doing combat with 610 2 cell rhino lipo,s pushing a 18X18 blue foam, flat plane with ailerons elevator and rudder. plush 6 and 8 amp controller. Auw is approx 6 to 10 oz. More powerful than a 2204-14 or 3020. Its more durable and wires comming from motor are thicker and easy to solder. Thumbs up on this
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APCe 6x4 494g 12.18V 11.1A 136W

APCe 6x5.5 480g 11.95V 13.9A 166W

APCe 7x5 682g 11.79V 20.7A 244W



Bell slightly out of true



Tested 4 May 2009
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i tried this motor with a 7x6 apc propeller and a 25a speed controller, i got 140w power. it's a medium quality motor and is a little bit expensive related to the same class motors
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I use the Motor with a Graupner Slow Fly Prop 8x4,5

2 Lipo: 7000 rpm 8,3A

3 Lipo: 8500 rpm 15 A



Dont use the Prop mount with 3 Lipos, the rubber is not strong enough to hold the prop.
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This motor is wery good for small aircombat 850mm wing span and weight 345g. Motor is very light and powerful. Prop. 8x6 GWS HD (about 13A) or 8x4 (about 10,5A) GWS HD. I use it with battery LM 1300mAh and Hextronik 18A speed controller or Ormc 18A.
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