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NTM Prop Drive Series 28-30 900kv / 300W borstelloze motor

NTM Prop Drive Series 28-30 900kv / 300W borstelloze motor

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Gewicht:
89 g
SKU:
171000437-0
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NTM Prop Drive motoren zijn solide prestaties outrunners met strakke wikkelingen, kwaliteit lagers, correct gewaardeerd magneten, evenwichtige stator en flux ringen, plus ze zijn QC gecontroleerd bij 14 punten, van materiaal verwerking helemaal door tot de uiteindelijke dyno testen.

Omdat wij ontwerpen en deze motoren te bouwen volledig in-house (van CAD 3D tekeningen materiaal sourcing, verspaning, balanceren, eindassemblage en dyno) kunnen we volledig de productie te controleren en te zorgen product consistentie van ontwerp tot verzending van het product aan u. De verwijdering van middelbare mannen heeft betekend kunnen we betere waarde rijden naar de markt en de detailhandel deze motoren in de fabriek (onze) prijzen! Alle prestatiecijfers zijn echt en getest op de eigen motor dynos.

Onze QC ingenieurs te controleren en in evenwicht te brengen elke motor voor verzending naar de HobbyKing.com magazijn.

specs:
Model: NTM Prop Drive Series 28-30 900kv
Kv: 900rpm / v
Max stroom: 18A
Max Power: 215W @ 12v (3S) / 300W @ 15v (4S)
Shaft: 3mm
Gewicht: 66g
ESC: 25 ~ 30A
Celgetal: 3s ~ 4s LiPoly
Bolt holes: 16mm en 19mm
Bolt thread: M3
Aansluiting: 3,5 mm Bullet-connector

Opmerking: Een accessoire pakket is beschikbaar voor deze motor. Zie de gerelateerde items hieronder.

  • Sku 171000437-0
  • Brand -
  • Gewicht ( g) 89.00
  • Lengte 65.00
  • Breedte 40.00
  • Hoogte 40.00
  • Kv ( tpm / v ) 900.00
  • Max Currents (A ) 18.00
  • Resistance ( mh ) 0.00
  • Max Voltage ( V ) 15.00
  • Vermogen ( W) 300.00
  • Shaft A ( mm ) 3.00
  • Lengte B ( mm ) 30.00
  • C Diameter ( mm ) 28.00
  • Kan Lengte D ( mm ) 18.00
  • Totale lengte E ( mm ) 45.00
  • NTM 28 Series Motor Size Explained
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good motor. I use it to power my big quadcopter. It works well with the afro esc 30A and a 4s 5000mah LiPo!
They have enough power but next time I probably would buy a bigger one... :)

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good motor. I use it to power my big quadcopter. It works well with the afro esc 30A and a 4s 5000mah LiPo!
They have enough power but next time I probably would buy a bigger one... :)

Good motor. Using it with 10" props. Bad bearings though

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Good motor. Using it with 10" props. Bad bearings though

has bought four engines before and they work perfectly.

Dom These engines are really bad in the solder, and the cable was broken by just where the 3.5mm connector is soldered. Metal wires are not of the best quality copper.

breaks off, at minimum load. very bad Hobby King. improve the era of quality assurance.

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has bought four engines before and they work perfectly.

Dom These engines are really bad in the solder, and the cable was broken by just where the 3.5mm connector is soldered. Metal wires are not of the best quality copper.

breaks off, at minimum load. very bad Hobby King. improve the era of quality assurance.

Awful motors. I fitted these to my Talon Tri with 10x4.5SF props. I under-mounted them and fitted the prop to the shaft using a HK 3mm collet-type adapter. First thing I noticed was the shaft/bearings had some play in them, but they ran smooth so I thought I'd try them anyway.
It hovered ok but as soon as I gave it full throttle there was a bang, then another as my tri hit the floor. The shaft had snapped on the rear motor. It seems a 3mm shaft simply isn't up to dealing with a prop that will take advantage of the motors (300w) power.
On closer inspection I found the bearings had gone in the other two motors, too. Plus the E-clip had worked off on one of them. This is after 2 mins air time!
On top of that.. these aren't 28-30 motors. That is the measurement of the OUTER CASING not the stator.
Overall, very disappointing.

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Awful motors. I fitted these to my Talon Tri with 10x4.5SF props. I under-mounted them and fitted the prop to the shaft using a HK 3mm collet-type adapter. First thing I noticed was the shaft/bearings had some play in them, but they ran smooth so I thought I'd try them anyway.
It hovered ok but as soon as I gave it full throttle there was a bang, then another as my tri hit the floor. The shaft had snapped on the rear motor. It seems a 3mm shaft simply isn't up to dealing with a prop that will take advantage of the motors (300w) power.
On closer inspection I found the bearings had gone in the other two motors, too. Plus the E-clip had worked off on one of them. This is after 2 mins air time!
On top of that.. these aren't 28-30 motors. That is the measurement of the OUTER CASING not the stator.
Overall, very disappointing.

Very good motor. Put 4 of theme on a B-17 Balsa wingspan 1m80 . Well done

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Very good motor. Put 4 of theme on a B-17 Balsa wingspan 1m80 . Well done

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