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AX 1806N 2500kv Brushless Micro Motor (19g)

AX 1806N 2500kv Brushless Micro Motor (19g)

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35 g
SKU:
AX-1806N2500
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AX-1806N-2500
micro motor brushless

Spec fábrica.
Kv: 2500rpm / v
Faixa Lipo: 2-3 celular
prop sugerida: 5x3
Melhor actual gama: 3 ~ 8A
Peso: 19g
Shaft: 3mm

Estator: 18 x 6 milímetros

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  • SKU:
    AX-1806N2500
  • Brand:
    Não
  • Peso ( g )
    35.00
  • Comprimento
    50.00
  • Largura:
    30.00
  • Altura:
    40.00
  • Kv ( rpm / v )
    2500.00
  • Correntes Max (A)
    8.00
  • Potência (W):
    0.00
  • Comprimento B (mm):
    20.00
  • Pode Comprimento D (mm)
    7.00
  • Max Tensão ( V)
    11.00
  • Shaft A ( mm):
    3.00
  • Unit Weight (g):
    19
  • Diâmetro C ( mm )
    22.00
  • Comprimento Total E ( mm)
    35.00
  • Resistência (MH ):
    0.00
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The measured weight is 23 g but not 19 g, i.e. 4 g more than specified!

Nevertheless, the brushless micro motor runs pretty good enough in my lightweight Modell airplane "Sternchen" by usage of a 5"x3" propeller (e.g. H5011A) and any available 10 A ESC (maximum current about 6 A on ground).

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I have purchased 3 of these and put 2 on Bonsai's with a spare for the field repair kit. 1 of the 2 has had some of the magnets come loose. To be fair I have hit many poles trying to Salem at the park. I do however think the Quality could be a little better. But with the way they perform on the Bonsai and considering the price I will continue to buy as needed.
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ce petit moteur est vraiment trs impressionnant je l'ai mont sur un mini skywalker avec une helice 4.75*4.75 et ben ca pousse bien ! je n'aurais pas cru, je l'avais achet pour une mini ixir de 170g il fait voler le skywalker de 420g. je recommande vivement.
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Got this motor for my Nutball. Wow! from slowpoke to rocket instantly.
Would I buy another? Definitely.
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J ai 2 de ces moteurs et ils sont vraiment bien, j' en ai un a qui je fait la misre en surdimensionnant l' hlice 5x5 apc et esc 25A rc system lipo 1ah 40c sur un slow stick fait maison envergure 1 m. j' ai dja voler 6 fois avec cette config. le moteur est chaud mais je ne l' ai toujours pas cramer et pourtant l' hlice est trop grande mais il fonctionne et tire trs bien mon modle. Pensez bien graisser les roulements avec une graisse de bonne qualit et coller les fils qui vont l' esc sur vtre support moteur car ils sont trs trs cassant et court. L' idal est de souder des ralonges au fil car ils sont radins sur la longueur.
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this little one have to much power for what i need..i would like to find on HK 1806 /1600kv also..
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really good motor for small planes great power !
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Very good !

Used in Mini Swift!

TGS Sport 4.5x4.5E Precision propeller

Hobbyking YEP 18A (2~4S) SBEC
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I use this motor in my Mini Swift (4.75x4.75e TSG) and Bonsai (5x5e TSG), the motor works well in both planes. I use a 3mm prop saver and M2 nuts&bolts to install. Plenty of power, both will fly at 50pcnt throttle and do airobatics, with limited vertical. Pros - low price, powerful (good magnets) and solid. Cons - (1) The shaft is pressed into the bell (no screw). It came loose in the mini-swift almost straightaway - to fix it I removed the shaft, dinted it with a centre punch - use original 4 score-marks as a guide - and then taped it back in with a light hammer - be careful not to bend the shaft and get the position just right. The fix worked well. (2) It doesn't come with M2 nuts and bolts, you need three for installation.
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I use this motor in my Mini Swift (4.75x4.75e TSG) and Bonsai (5x5e TSG), the motor works well in both planes. I use a 3mm prop saver and M2 nuts&bolts to install. Plenty of power, both will fly at 50pcnt throttle and do airobatics, with limited vertical.

Pros - low price, powerful (good magnets) and solid

Cons - (1) The shaft is pressed into the bell (no screw). It came loose in the mini-swift almost straightaway - to fix it I removed the shaft, dinted it with a centre punch - use original 4 score-marks as a guide - and then taped it back in with a light hammer - be careful not to bend the shaft and get the position just right. The fix worked well. (2) It doesn't come with M2 nuts and bolts, you need three for installation.
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