Looking for the ultimate power system for your next Multi-rotor project? Look no further!
The Turnigy Multistar outrunners are designed with one thing in mind - maximising Multi-rotor performance! They feature high-end 45SH magnets, high quality NMB bearings, 22 Poles, custom motor mount and all are precision balanced for smooth running, these motors are engineered specifically for multi-rotor use.
The 4822-490 includes a prop adapter and has a built in aluminium mount for quick and easy installation on your multi-rotor frame. These motors are supplied inside a nice foam lined Multistar metal box.
These Multistar outrunners have been specifically designed from the ground up for multi-rotor use and are not based on aeroplane motors.
Lipo cells: 4-6s
Max Surge Watts(W): 300
Working current: 12 amps
Max.current(10s): 17 amps
No Load Current: 0.45 amp
Intemal Resistance: 0.104 ohm
Number of Poles: 22
Dimensions(Dia.xL): 48 x 25 mm
Shaft: 6 mm
Prop: 12 x 3 - 14 x 5
Weight: 98 g
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Bought 4 pieces for a custom build quad.
Due to that fact i have to test them prior to installation as i want to know exactly what i am dealing with and what props gives the satisfying result.
When a ball bearing goes bad its announced with a distinguished cracking/popping sound.
So as i was testing different setups i heard and recognized immediately that sound.
It couldn't be true ? After 30 min ? I know it worsens and it could lead to a stalling motor.
So i tested further with that issue in mind and sure enough it got worse.
Lucky me, again.
As i am vigilant i tested all 4, and yes in various degrees they have the same issue.
Contacted support, i have to send them back ? Right. Return expense on my account and it will cost me more then new ball bearings. Also i like the performance of the motors. And what do i get in return if the refund and i buy other ones ? again some with faulty ball bearings ? No thanks. Its a bifurcation, but its crap they don't put in ball bearing of some decent quality because i toke one apart and the bearings used are 1140zz from NMB grade P0, thats really low quality and cheapest of the cheapest.( * Note: 1140zz is a new description, they can be found under there old reference in abundance as 694zz ). If the design was with multi-rotors in mind thet this is a way of making sure things fall out of the sky.Bought 4 of these a while back for a quadcopter, then converted to a hex needing to buy 2 more. The first 4 I bought were black with a little different mounting pedestal. Now they are green as pictured. I just mounted the 2 green upfront. Anyway, they are very powerful and quiet running even at WOT. Would recommend for any heavy lift multirotor. Swinging 13x5.5 Carbon props 40amp SimonK esc's No motor heat at all.I bought 6 of these in June 2013 to make a hexacopter..... It took me almost a year to complete my custom build frame, but in the end the result was very fruitful.
These small engines are just monsters. 6 of theses can lift anything around 5 Kg with ease on 4S and 15x5.5 paddle type props and motors barely get warm.
I obtain flight time of around 9 minutes with 8000mAH and 4kg AUW. I am very pleased with them :).I purchased 5 of these motors for a X650 tarot quad. So far I had around 30 flights with no issues whatsoever.
I use 30A hobby king speed controller, 5000ma 4s battery and 15x5 inch C/F propeller.
A nice and stable working combination for low and medium wind conditions. It flies a little twitchy in higher and gusty winds but stays air-born. This is a smooth running motor with enough power for most applications at a good price. The only ting I dont like are the bullet connectors and their solder joints.Very well built motors, Used 4 in a quad and had 40min flights and the motor does not even get hot, running 4cell and 13x5.5 carbon props, will be buying more for an hexa.Tarot 680pro, 12x6 carbon fiber props on multistar 4822-490kv w/ 30amp multistar escs and 2 multistar 6600mah 4s in parallel, naza v2, teleporter v3 w/ gopro h3 on tarot t-2d.Using this on a stretched TL65B01 Tarot Quad. It is 720mm diameter on the motors. With BLHeli they ramp up very smoothly with almost zero vibration. I did pull the stickers of the shell.Preis - Leistung: in Ordnung
ich verwende vier dieser Motoren in Verbindung mit Simonk Reglern in meinem Quad. Leider sind sie nicht ganz so effizient wie erhofft.
Verwendet werden 3S 8000mAh und 4S 6000mAh an 15x5,5 Carbon Props.
Der Quadrocopter wiegt mit allem Euquip und Akkus 2550g.
Flugzeiten etwa 13-15min. Motoren sind nach dem Flug nicht einmal warm.
Kritik: Motorkabel extrem brchig und die Stecker sehr schlecht verltet. Auf jeden Fall Tauschen.
Wer mehr ausgeben kann/will: Die Tiger Motoren sind qualitativ besser und effizienter
Fr mich hat sich der Umstieg von Turnigy D3536 750kv kaum gelohnt. Nur etwa 2min mehr Flugzeit.Ordered four one has a rattle will need to disassemble it to find it. Otherwise very smooth power. These motors are not silent with a rather high pitch coming from them, Powering with a 4S battery and they are barely warm after a flight. The size and weight are good for the power output. I have been running these using BLHeli at the default settings and it seems to work well, neither ESC nor Multistar are hot when done.Seems to work well but one of the screw holes was messed and my propeller got unbalanced causing my copter to crash