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Turnigy Park300 borstelloze Outrunner 1080kv

Turnigy Park300 borstelloze Outrunner 1080kv

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Ontworpen om betrouwbare en schone stroom te leveren voor 3D parkflyers. Deze borstelloze outrunner zal meer stroom te voorzien en met zijn hoge efficiency, lange doorlooptijden.
Een kwaliteit motor, speciaal gebouwd voor vliegtuigen ontworpen om te vliegen met een 85 watt borstelloze outrunner.

Spec.
Batterij: 2 ~ 3 Cell /7.4~11.1V
RPM: 1080kv
Max stroom: 9A
Geen belasting stroom: 11V / 0.2A
Inwendige weerstand: 0,04 ohm
Gewicht: 25g (zonder connectors)
Diameter van de as: 3mm
Afmetingen: 27x23mm

Testgegevens:
7.4V - 9050 prop - 3,8 A - 215g Thrust
11.1v - 8x4.3 Prop - 5.5A - 360g Thrust

  • Sku Park300-1080
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Gewicht 64.0000
  • Lengte 65.00
  • Breedte 40.00
  • Hoogte 40.00
  • Kv ( tpm / v ) 1080.00
  • Max Currents (A ) 9.00
  • Resistance ( mh ) 0.00
  • Max Voltage ( V ) 11.00
  • Vermogen ( W) 85.00
  • Shaft A ( mm ) 3.00
  • Lengte B ( mm ) 16.00
  • C Diameter ( mm ) 28.00
  • Kan Lengte D ( mm ) 8.00
  • Totale lengte E ( mm ) 36.00
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good motor! i installed it in a fox mini glider 800mn and is perfect

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good motor! i installed it in a fox mini glider 800mn and is perfect

Very good and powerful motor. The magnets are very strong.

But for me it was not possible to move the axis to the other side, So you have to use the prop saver which is attached to the motor.

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Very good and powerful motor. The magnets are very strong.

But for me it was not possible to move the axis to the other side, So you have to use the prop saver which is attached to the motor.

Bought and recived 4 of these motors and they are really good. Strong magnets and nice looking windings.



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Im using these in a Qaud copter weight 970grams and the power is more then enough :)

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Bought and recived 4 of these motors and they are really good. Strong magnets and nice looking windings.



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Im using these in a Qaud copter weight 970grams and the power is more then enough :)

Just a little nice motor. buy 4, and 4 work well.

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Just a little nice motor. buy 4, and 4 work well.

had a few of these now and had a couple fail on me but at the price cant complain. generally reliable.

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had a few of these now and had a couple fail on me but at the price cant complain. generally reliable.

Simply put, these are garbage.

Very coggy and noisy because of that.

But worst of all, these don't have silicone wire connections. Windings are directly taken out of the stator and covered with some (hard) PVC material. Out of 4 I bought, one died because one of the windings inside broke loose from just vibrations. The second one died because wire between motor and ESC vibrated and broke, and ended up stuck in the esc in wrong place and burned both motor and ESC.

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Simply put, these are garbage.

Very coggy and noisy because of that.

But worst of all, these don't have silicone wire connections. Windings are directly taken out of the stator and covered with some (hard) PVC material. Out of 4 I bought, one died because one of the windings inside broke loose from just vibrations. The second one died because wire between motor and ESC vibrated and broke, and ended up stuck in the esc in wrong place and burned both motor and ESC.

My quad hover with this motors for 20 min 30 sec. proof is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3zjsEA-rbQ
340 mm size multiwii quad
535 gr
turnigy park 300 1080KV motors
HK bluseries 12a ESC
2200 3s 20c turnigy battery
8043 fluorescent combo prop from HK
Crius SE multiwii
Hover in horizon mode.
Cool, isn't it?

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My quad hover with this motors for 20 min 30 sec. proof is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3zjsEA-rbQ
340 mm size multiwii quad
535 gr
turnigy park 300 1080KV motors
HK bluseries 12a ESC
2200 3s 20c turnigy battery
8043 fluorescent combo prop from HK
Crius SE multiwii
Hover in horizon mode.
Cool, isn't it?

Vou colocar no meu tricptero. Espero que fique legal.

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Vou colocar no meu tricptero. Espero que fique legal.

REVIEW: Overall, the motor is well build. HOWEVER, there 3 leads for this motor are badly designed. There is only TWO tiny copper wires within each of the leads. When you solder these the copper hardens and easily breaks when bent at the stress point where is meets the solder joint. This is a design fault. **** I have 6 of these motors already and will have to return all of them. 75pcnt of them failed while trying to hook them up. I had 2 expert RC builders advise me & both agreed that there is a design problem. **** Because of this design fault these motors are highly susceptable to failure & I have NO FAITH to use them in a valuable model. **** See attached photo comparing the TWO brittle copper wires, a 7.5amp wire, and a human hair.
<a href='http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/store/uploads/145539676X206528X28.jpg' target=_blank>Park300 leads</a>

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REVIEW: Overall, the motor is well build. HOWEVER, there 3 leads for this motor are badly designed. There is only TWO tiny copper wires within each of the leads. When you solder these the copper hardens and easily breaks when bent at the stress point where is meets the solder joint. This is a design fault. **** I have 6 of these motors already and will have to return all of them. 75pcnt of them failed while trying to hook them up. I had 2 expert RC builders advise me & both agreed that there is a design problem. **** Because of this design fault these motors are highly susceptable to failure & I have NO FAITH to use them in a valuable model. **** See attached photo comparing the TWO brittle copper wires, a 7.5amp wire, and a human hair.
<a href='http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/store/uploads/145539676X206528X28.jpg' target=_blank>Park300 leads</a>

After using this motor on the foamy Yak 54 and flying for a while I found that it needed a little more power so I moved up to the Tower Pro 2408-21t.Just thought I would update.This motor was a perfect fit.The plane weighs 12.5 oz with a battery.RTF WEIGHT.

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After using this motor on the foamy Yak 54 and flying for a while I found that it needed a little more power so I moved up to the Tower Pro 2408-21t.Just thought I would update.This motor was a perfect fit.The plane weighs 12.5 oz with a battery.RTF WEIGHT.

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