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Turnigy 2810 EDF Outrunner 3500kv for 55/64mm

Turnigy 2810 EDF Outrunner 3500kv for 55/64mm

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SKU:
T28101C3500
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Turnigy 2810 EDF Outrunner 3500kv for 55/64mm
 
Specs:
Kv- 3500
Dimensions: 46 x 28mm
Shaft: 2.3/3.0mm 
Voltage: 11.1V
Weight: 59g
No-load current: 1.5A
No-load RPM: 39220
Load current: 16.4A
Load RPM: 32660
Thrust: 444g
 
Mounting Hole Bolt Circle: 18mm
Mtg. Hole Number & Size: 4 x M2.5
 
Includes 2 shafts, 2.3 & 3.0mm
  • SKU T28101C3500
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Shipping Weight 95.0000
  • Packaging Length 0.00
  • Packaging Width 0.00
  • Packaging Height 0.00
  • Kv(rpm/v) 3500.00
  • Max Current (A) 16.40
  • Resistance (mh) 0.00
  • Max Voltage(V) 11.00
  • Power (W) 0.00
  • Shaft A(mm) 3.00
  • Length B (mm) 46.00
  • Diameter C(mm) 28.00
  • Can Length D(mm) 12.00
  • Total Length E(mm) 60.00
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I have purchased 6 of this type of motor

Two have given problems, the same problem

The lead insulation on some motors is not long enough

It does not insert into the motor housing far enough

Bench testing never fails

When the motor is inserted into the fan unit, the leads are bent to fit

This causes the insulation to exit the motor housing and a short cct happens as the bare copper touches the motor housing. Sometimes an immediate problem, or after a few test runs

Solution - ensure that the outer insulation iof the lead is well within the motor casing

BE BRUTAL

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I have purchased 6 of this type of motor

Two have given problems, the same problem

The lead insulation on some motors is not long enough

It does not insert into the motor housing far enough

Bench testing never fails

When the motor is inserted into the fan unit, the leads are bent to fit

This causes the insulation to exit the motor housing and a short cct happens as the bare copper touches the motor housing. Sometimes an immediate problem, or after a few test runs

Solution - ensure that the outer insulation iof the lead is well within the motor casing

BE BRUTAL

Just been playing with mine.. this a Very Well made unit .. bargain priced.

Bearings are smooth, Windings are neat and well done. 36,000 rpms so far :-) quietly and smoothly.

MUCH better quality than the Turnigy motors Recommended

verified_user Quality:
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Just been playing with mine.. this a Very Well made unit .. bargain priced.

Bearings are smooth, Windings are neat and well done. 36,000 rpms so far :-) quietly and smoothly.

MUCH better quality than the Turnigy motors Recommended

Boa opcao, mas nao a melhor opcao.. da para se ter melhor desempenho com mais KV

verified_user Quality:
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Boa opcao, mas nao a melhor opcao.. da para se ter melhor desempenho com mais KV

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