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Scorpion HKII-2221-8 Brushless Outrunner

Scorpion HKII-2221-8 Brushless Outrunner

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S22218
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Escorpião HK Série Brushless Motors são construídas com os melhores materiais disponíveis, e são projetados para fornecer qualidade e desempenho a um preço acessível. Scorpion começa com peças de alta qualidade da liga de alumínio que são produzidos nos últimos fresadoras CNC. Estas peças são anodizado então o ouro para fornecer um belo acabamento de longa duração. Os estatores são feitos com 0.2mm laminações para dar o máximo de eficiência e perdas por correntes de Foucault mínimos. Os estatores são revestidos com epóxi para evitar curtos, e são enrolados com fio que é avaliado em 180 graus C (356 F). Os ímãs usados ​​em motores Scorpion são classificados para operação em 200 graus C (392 F), fazendo um motor que é praticamente impossível para queimar-se em uso normal.

Todos os Scorpion Série HK 22mm motores vêm com 3,5 milímetros conectores macho estilo de marcador já anexado, e incluem um pacote de hardware que contém 3 correspondentes conectores de bala do sexo feminino para o seu controlador de velocidade, termoencolhíveis para cobrir os conectores de bala e parafusos de montagem. Uma vez que os motores de série HK são projetados principalmente para helicóptero e use Ducted Fan, eles não incluem um adaptador de prop. Se você pretende correr um suporte sobre este motor, você terá que comprar um adaptador prop para um eixo de 3,17 milímetros (1/8 polegada).

Especificações
Diâmetro do estator: 22,0 milímetros (0,87 in)
Espessura do estator: 21,0 mm (0,83 in)
Número de estator Arms: 9
Magnet Poles: 6
Motor de vento: 8 Ligue Delta
Motor fio: 16 Strand 0,21 milímetros
Motor Kv: 3595 RPM / Volt
Sem carga atual (Io): 2,31 Amps @ 10 volts
Resistência do motor (Rm): 0,024 Ohms
Max Corrente Contínua: 45 Amps
Max Power contínua: 475 Watts
Peso: 81 gramas (2,86 onças)
Diâmetro exterior: 27,9 mm (1.098 in)
Diâmetro do eixo: 3,17 mm (0,125 in)
Comprimento do corpo: 38,3 mm (1.508 in)
Comprimento total do eixo: 58,7 mm (2.311 in)
Max Lipo celular: 3s
O sincronismo do motor: 5deg
Frequency Drive: 8 kHz

  • SKU S22218
  • Brand -
  • Peso 240.0000
  • Comprimento 80.00
  • Packaging Width 25.00
  • Altura 43.00
  • Kv ( rpm / v ) 3595.00
  • Correntes Max (A) 45.00
  • Resistência (MH ) 24.00
  • Max Tensão ( V) 11.00
  • Potência (W) 475.00
  • Shaft A ( mm) 3.17
  • Comprimento B (mm) 40.00
  • Diâmetro C ( mm ) 28.00
  • Pode Comprimento D (mm) 25.00
  • Comprimento Total E ( mm) 58.00
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Hace ya 4 meses que lo tengo, es una maravilla, va muy bien, con un pion de 14T a 3400rpm, para 3d, y normal 3000rpm

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Hace ya 4 meses que lo tengo, es una maravilla, va muy bien, con un pion de 14T a 3400rpm, para 3d, y normal 3000rpm

Packaged very nicely in a can , came with 3 stickers, 3 different sizes of the scorpion logo , the motor must perform very well, the best for a rave 450 and 350mm 3s config !

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Packaged very nicely in a can , came with 3 stickers, 3 different sizes of the scorpion logo , the motor must perform very well, the best for a rave 450 and 350mm 3s config !

I ONLY used the Scorpion 2221-8 motor on ALL my 450-sized helis! It gives me the best power with a decent flight time. I used this motor with a 13T pinion and I get no bogging with 3D stunts. Just make sure to use decent lipo batts that delivers at least 25C of power rating. I recommend the Rhino 2250 30C for best results!

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I ONLY used the Scorpion 2221-8 motor on ALL my 450-sized helis! It gives me the best power with a decent flight time. I used this motor with a 13T pinion and I get no bogging with 3D stunts. Just make sure to use decent lipo batts that delivers at least 25C of power rating. I recommend the Rhino 2250 30C for best results!

This is one the the best motors out there for the 450 class helicopter. It has plenty of power for even the most demanding pilots and comes down barely warm after 5 mins. of hard core 3d. Match this up with a 13 or 14 tooth pinion and you can't go wrong. Simply the best out there.

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This is one the the best motors out there for the 450 class helicopter. It has plenty of power for even the most demanding pilots and comes down barely warm after 5 mins. of hard core 3d. Match this up with a 13 or 14 tooth pinion and you can't go wrong. Simply the best out there.

This Motor is Aw some and it will be very hard to burn this one out.

i have been using this on Skyfun Funjet with a 3s motor and 6x4 prop max approx 70 amps on full throttle for ages and never gets hot.

I also run this on 4s with a 5x5 prop for extreme speeds and approx 70 amps.

i always used a turning plush 80 esc for the setup and still got my first scorpion motor i bout two years ago and still goes strong.



I just hope they stock spare shafts, bearings clips etc for them as the shaft will be the only thing you probably ever need to change on them if you bend them.



Well done Hobbyking From a very Happy Scorpion Addict

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This Motor is Aw some and it will be very hard to burn this one out.

i have been using this on Skyfun Funjet with a 3s motor and 6x4 prop max approx 70 amps on full throttle for ages and never gets hot.

I also run this on 4s with a 5x5 prop for extreme speeds and approx 70 amps.

i always used a turning plush 80 esc for the setup and still got my first scorpion motor i bout two years ago and still goes strong.



I just hope they stock spare shafts, bearings clips etc for them as the shaft will be the only thing you probably ever need to change on them if you bend them.



Well done Hobbyking From a very Happy Scorpion Addict

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