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Turnigy D2836 / 9 950KV Brushless Outrunner Motor

Turnigy D2836 / 9 950KV Brushless Outrunner Motor

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D2217-9-950
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Turnigy D2836 / 9 950KV Brushless Outrunner Motor

Spec.
Batteria: 2 ~ 4 Cell /7.4~14.8V
RPM: 950kv
Corrente max: 23.2A
No corrente di carico: 1A
Potenza massima: 243W
Resistenza interna: 0,070 Ohm
Peso: 70g (compresi i connettori)
Diametro del pozzo: 4mm
Dimensioni: 28x36m
Dimensione Prop: 7.4V / 12x6 14.8V / 9x6
Spinta max: 850g
 
  • SKU D2217-9-950
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Peso (g) 103.00
  • Lunghezza 104.00
  • Larghezza 30.00
  • Altezza 55.00
  • Kv ( rpm / v ) 950.00
  • Correnti Max (A) 23.00
  • Resistenza ( mh ) 0.00
  • Max Tensione (V ) 15.00
  • Potenza ( W ) 243.00
  • Albero A ( mm ) 4.00
  • Lunghezza B ( mm ) 30.00
  • Diametro C ( mm ) 28.00
  • Can Lunghezza D ( mm ) 19.00
  • Lunghezza totale E ( mm ) 49.00
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Good motor. Develops around 240W on 3s spinning a 11x7 prop.

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Good motor. Develops around 240W on 3s spinning a 11x7 prop.

comprati un paio per un bimotore, per ora funzionano bene

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comprati un paio per un bimotore, per ora funzionano bene

pretty good motor - powerful thrust but:
prop savers are partly from poor quality and can break by just fixing a prop

good motors for F450 and F550

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pretty good motor - powerful thrust but:
prop savers are partly from poor quality and can break by just fixing a prop

good motors for F450 and F550

Have bought these motors before. Of six, one was dead upon arrival. I like them though, and will always order more. Generally reliable.

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Have bought these motors before. Of six, one was dead upon arrival. I like them though, and will always order more. Generally reliable.

These Turnigy motors are of really good quality and precisely made. Highly recommended for use in Aircraft, where reliability is needed. Recommended product.

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These Turnigy motors are of really good quality and precisely made. Highly recommended for use in Aircraft, where reliability is needed. Recommended product.

Good motors, running on a Skymule with 9x4.7 on 4S, great !!!

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Good motors, running on a Skymule with 9x4.7 on 4S, great !!!

Questionable with quality... issues with wiring material between the motor to the connectors. One of my lead wires for connection to the ESC, broke between the connection pin and the motor. Very strange, it was coated with what looked to be solder about 1/2 inch away from the pin. The wire fractured from being brittle due to the soldering material that had coated the wire, where the wire should be able to have tolerance to some flexion movements, but instead broke. Initially, I was not aware of the wire problem when the motor was acting strange, but instead thought it was an internal problem inside the motor casing, since there was lack of power and smoothness in the rotation of the motor when powered on, it was making "clunking" noises.
After repairing that wire, it runs like it should. However, it is concerning, wondering what other problems could sudden happen. I was lucky this came up when I wasn't flying. Customer service wanted me to send a video of the problem by email for proof of the motor problem. Not happy with that kind of treatment for customer service. Glad I was able to repair it, much easier than dealing with creating a video and figuring out how to send. Not exactly an easy task.

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Questionable with quality... issues with wiring material between the motor to the connectors. One of my lead wires for connection to the ESC, broke between the connection pin and the motor. Very strange, it was coated with what looked to be solder about 1/2 inch away from the pin. The wire fractured from being brittle due to the soldering material that had coated the wire, where the wire should be able to have tolerance to some flexion movements, but instead broke. Initially, I was not aware of the wire problem when the motor was acting strange, but instead thought it was an internal problem inside the motor casing, since there was lack of power and smoothness in the rotation of the motor when powered on, it was making "clunking" noises.
After repairing that wire, it runs like it should. However, it is concerning, wondering what other problems could sudden happen. I was lucky this came up when I wasn't flying. Customer service wanted me to send a video of the problem by email for proof of the motor problem. Not happy with that kind of treatment for customer service. Glad I was able to repair it, much easier than dealing with creating a video and figuring out how to send. Not exactly an easy task.

Just fine for my new "dead-cat" copter setup based on the SK450 frame.

Excellent quality and quite efficient.

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Just fine for my new "dead-cat" copter setup based on the SK450 frame.

Excellent quality and quite efficient.

Horse. Power.

That's what I love about these. Sends my FW 440 up to max height in seconds. :)

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Horse. Power.

That's what I love about these. Sends my FW 440 up to max height in seconds. :)

Purchased 4 motors, they came with prop adapters, except one prop adapter was smaller size and did not fit the shaft, so had to get a 5th motor just because of the adapter, worst thing is being grounded because of not having the prop adapter on one engine.

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Purchased 4 motors, they came with prop adapters, except one prop adapter was smaller size and did not fit the shaft, so had to get a 5th motor just because of the adapter, worst thing is being grounded because of not having the prop adapter on one engine.

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