Alloy DPS-2 Series 120mm EDF unit with 4 Pole 980kv Motor - 5000watt (12s)
The alloy Dynamic Power Series fans are of the very highest quality. The construction of this ready to fit and fly unit offers a combination of huge power with reliability and efficiency. The unit is factory dynamically balanced resulting in a turbine-like smoothness. This superb EDF is totally Pre-assembled complete with motor, simply fit to your model, set the ESC motor timing to high and tear up the sky!
Specs: EDF Inner Diameter: 120mm Outer Diameter: 125mm Construction: Alloy Weight: 1050g (complete unit with 4mm connectors) Max RPM: 38,000 Motor Type: 4035 4 Pole 980kv Max Power: 5000w Continuous Power: 4800w Max Voltage: 44.4v (12S) Max Amps: 110A Max Thrust: 7kg
Can the fan be mounted backwards(rotated 180 degrees) so the motor is ahead of the fan? In this configuration the motor would mount in the housing as expected. The housing would be installed rotated 180 degrees so the fan would operate in pusher configuration.
Fijate que dice que le podes sacar 5000w en 44.4V. Eso es un poco mas de 100Amp. Si tenes baterí*as de 8 Amp Hora vas a volar 5 min a toda la potencia. Con todas las reducciones que puedas hacer yo creo que lo podras llevar a 7 pero mepa que las baterias esas son muy pesadas.
44.4volts x 980kv = 43512. That's correct, however that refers to unloaded rpm. You must subtract approximately 20% to 40% once you add a fan, which would give you anywhere from 26000 to 34000 rpm. Variables are number of fan blades, pitch, etc.
980Kv is the NO LOAD speed of the motor. Once it is driving a fan and drawing 5000W it will "bog down" a bit. Expect anywhere from 10% - 25% specific speed reduction in all electrical setups.
edf muy bueno esc no aguanta la corriente 12 S TURNYGI DELUX 160 AMPS CASI SE QUEMA ENCARGE UNO DE 250 AMPS A VER QUE PASA TODO LO QUE RECOMIENDAN NO SIRVE Y UNO TIENE QUE IR COMPRANDO HASTA QUE LLEGAS A LO QUE ES .MUY CARO PERO ESE ES EL NEGOCIO DE ELLOS .