Hi Guys, I am using a micro receiver with built-in ESC. The motor connection point on the receiver has only two holes.
Would it be possible to use this motor on my receiver, or have I just bought the wrong motor?
If it's possible, how do I know which two wires to connect to the receiver, and what do I do with the third wire that's coming out of this motor?
Hi Fadi - wrong motor. Your receiver suits only brushed motors ( e.g.Micro Power system w/ Gearbox GPS-7. Depends one size /weight of your model)If you want to use this brushless Motor you need an TGY DP 3A 1S 1g Brushless Speed Controller and a spare channel to connect this esc.
Thank you one-flight, I know i could really use the ESC you mentioned in the future. It's pretty light!
For now, I shall try to refine my model more. So far, I've just finished building a 18g AUW model, powered by a brushed 7mm direct drive motor, and I managed get it to cruise at 75% throttle. I'll try the GPS-7, it could give me more liberty.
A nice motor. I had bought the 2g hexTronic motor before, but never got that really run nicely. Might have been a problem with the ESC, but then again, read in the net about bearing problems of that one, too. This AP-02, OTOH, works smoothly with the HK mini-ESC. The 1.5mm shaft could be fitted with a prop adapter, but the 3020 prop can also be slightly reamed to snugly fit the shaft. Just need to build a model for the power train... :-)
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Excellent upgrade for 4G3 micro heli- tail motor. More power than original brushless motor, fits motor holder with only 1 small adjustment (cutting away 1 bar for motor axle).
Amazing motor for 1S lipos. I got 36g thrust with a GWS3030.
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I use this motor in a small depron-glider. 1g ESC, 2xToki servos, 5ch pene reciever, 1S 138mAh Lipo and GWS 3x2 porpeller. Flightwight 37.5g (wingspann84cm). Its a little bit noisy but it's ok. The power of the motor is super!