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Hello, I'm new in RC... I recently bought a 45A ESC, NTM 3530 1400kV and 9x4.5 three blade for my fpv raptor but i dont know how to measure Amp draw on ESC and motor :/ Do you guys think it will work fine ?
actually it was a 2 blade 9x4.7 sf prop. I ordered a 3 blade 9x6, but i lost my plane, the wind took it way into the forest.
I am pretty shure that it will work with a 3 blade prop, cause my esc neither my motor got warm at all (and it was a 30 amp ESC). I think i was using it around 50% of his power, so you will be safe.
And yes, it was a 1400kV motor.
When i plug in receiver,ESC, motor and battery to program ESC the motor plays 3 musical notes 10 times, pauses and then repeats. Do not know if this is an error message or what. Using a Hobby King 50A ESC and an Orange receiver.
I'm using this motor ntm 35 1400kv 35-30 and a 8x4 prop on a tricopter and I'm a rookie at tricopter just built it and I'm only getting like 4 minutes on this battery it's a turnigy 2.65 3 cell 11.1v and the battery also says 20.30c discharge and I have hobbyking speed controller 18a /20 bed 2a
you can take a 7x4 prop and you will have 2 or 3 minutes more or use the 8x4 prop and take a 3s 5000ma 20c battery - with 8x4 you should have about 2.4kg thrust so carrying a 3s5000 20c (about 320g to 400g) should not be a problem!
Yes it can be if you can get the little cir-clip off one end with the right tools,but you don't need to as HK sell a prop adaptor that will fit the other end,just click on the blue box under the price tab,the one you might need is the top one which is this motors accessory pack and it will screw onto the other end of the motor so you wouldn't need to push the shaft through.
Yes, it is 10-pole... The NTM 3530-1400 is a bit unusual in being a 12-arm, 10-magnet motor
timing about 15 degrees as gary said is ok
if you need more -> Turnigy SK 3530-1400 is the more typical 14-pole motor.
Can somebody help me with this: I purchased 4 of this motors to use in a quad copter. I also bought these propellers: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem .asp?idProduct=11331
But the hole is to small to fit the driveshaft.
Anybody knows which propellers I should get?
Bonjour, les deux graphiques montrent la courbe d'efficacité du moteur en Lipo 3S (3 Cells/11.1[v]) et respectivement 4S (4 Cells/14.8[v]) courbe en bleu clair, en fonction du couple[N*cm] .Le Pi (en mauve) est la puissance absorbée, le Po (en noir) la puissance récupérée ou utile, la kRPM (en bleu) est le nombre de tours du moteurs en milliers et I (en vert) est le courant absorbé par le moteur. Essentiellement, c’est la courbe rouge(Efficacité) qui est la plus significative pour les utilisa
Very nice motor. Weight is about 110g with the NTM 35 accessory pack mounted on the motor. I have measured the motor with my Eagle Tree datalogger v3. I uploaded the data to drivecalc.de You can use this software(english version available) to test the motor with different props and voltages. its name is: NTM Series 35-30A 1400kv - timing med (15) tested by me: Blue Angel
Excellent motor! Teamed with a 3 cell Lipo, 50 A ESC and 10x6 folding prop, it pulls my 1.9 m wingspan, 1.2 kg heavy slope soarer from ground level to out of sight in only seconds, hardly getting warm. You can watch it on http://youtu.be/iEfw7Rz1OR0