If you're serious about your quadcopter's performance, look no further than the AX-2810Q. Built with high-end 45SH magnets, a high pole count and custom motor mount, this motor is designed purely for multi-rotor applications.
The AX-2810Q includes an integrated prop adaptor for use with many different style props featuring a 4mm shaft and adaptor sleeves for 5mm/6mm props. It also has an in-built aluminum mount for quick and easy installation on your quadcopter frame.
This is not a modified airplane outrunner. It was designed from the ground up specifically for multi-rotor applications.
can i use this motors with a nano-tech 4s with a Afro 30 amp esc with 12x6 carbon fiber props? with 3s and no fpv/landing gear is half throtlle hover but will all my gear is at maybe 70% throtlle to hover.
On a 1.2 meter P-47 running 4S one of these pulled 15 amps with a 10X7E prop, 17 amps with an 11X8 slofly prop, and the motor was only a little warm after flying. With a 12x8 slofly, amps peaked at 21 for a second and stabilized at 19.5 within a few seconds. However, a burning smell started almost immediately and after less than 10 seconds the motor became too hot to hold.
Any suggestion that these motors can take 25 or 30 amps is rubbish.
Probably a great quad motor nonetheless.
I am an airplane guy and have read all the reviews, including a lot of vibration problems, and wildly varying test results.
Please note that MOST copter props are TOO FLIMSY for this motor. If you are lucky, they will simply flatten out (reduce pitch), and consume lots of power, but generate little thrust.
If you are unlucky, one or more will start to flutter. On an airplane, the flutter makes a strange noise and the airplane slows dramatically.
On a copter, I assume it would result in an immediate crash, probably so fast that it would not be possible to detect the flutter.
I am putting one on a 1.2 meter foam P-47 to run scale props as the specs look great!
One further comment in support of what I wrote is that 10 - 13 inch props at low speed should be generating more like 10 grams of thrust per watt, not the 5-6 grams per watt that is typical in the test results I have seen.
Get some slo-fly airplane props and try them!
Got my today, nice motors just made little test run. With 12x38 prop on 3s lot of power on 4s it get a little hot so maybe 10-11prop is better. Im happy with this :)
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First realy flight today with my quad,unbeliwe motors 12x3.8 props 3s 3000ma nenotech battery Fly time 12 min the power is so good my quad is 1200g with no battery i just wait to try it with 4s ;)
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before using, you have to check the motor in the following manner:
1. you have to disassemble, and see if any winding are falling off the teeth. If they do, you should put a drop of glue or something to keep the winding from coming off.
2. not all bearings are lubricated! be aware. you can remove the bearing shield and put some oil inside. I've used a "high speed bearing oil" from HK in the car's section.
otherwise the motor is very good for my octo! I'm using it with F-60A ESC (flashed with SimonK firmware) - works great! these motors are very good for the money! will buy more of these... essentially these are as effective as re-winded DT750 - with APC 12x3.8 or 13x6.5, 4S battery this motor pulls 1000g with just around 10A and at approximately 50-60pcnt of the stick. - after about 2 min - it is still cool to touch.
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Pretty impressive motor unit. Delivers gobs of power on a HK Turnigy 2200 20-30 Lipo and GemFan Carbon Nylon 11x4.7 Props. Finishing is great, installed it on a Reptile 500V2 frame and flying on a APM2.5 FC.
Great value for such a high performance motor.
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I have bought several pieces of this motor. I have found some quality issues. 4 of 10 motors was missing the main shaft screw and two motors came with loose bottom bearing. The motor itself is high quality. Just look for missing screws or loose bearing. If you are planning to use over 1.3kg multi rotor and 10" props, use 4s battery, or change for 12" propeller. With a 1.6kg quad/3s/10x4.5 props it hovers in 60-65pcnt. In a hex a/2kg/10x4.5/3s it hovers with a little bit over 55pcnt, but its power hungry (10min with 5000mhA 3s) and is a little bit sluggish. So, in my opinion, 4s is mandatory with 10" propeller and multirotor over 1.3kg, or just try to use 12" props. All tests I did motors came down pretty cool. Highly recommended.