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EDF Ducted Fan Unit 7Blade 5inch 127mm

EDF Ducted Fan Unit 7Blade 5inch 127mm

EDF Ducted Fan Unit 5  7 Blade
Blade Diameter: 127mm / 5inch
Outer Case Diameter: 135mm
Wall Thickness: 3mm
EDF Length: 98mm
Motor Mount Holes: (Adjustable, from 22~37mm)
Blade Type: 7
Shaft Size: 6mm
This fan will take up to a 49mm diameter motor.

Made from high strength reinforced plastic.
Spare propellers available.
Designed for a range of electric motors around the 540 size.

Recomended Motor: 45-70  Turn (22.2v)
ESC: 120A
Rpm: 1,000kv
Power: 1500~5000g Thrust

PRODUCT ID: OR003-00113-7B

Weight: 230g
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Price  $29.95

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Total of 31 discussions.
Louis  8 points - 12/9/2014
I usd the turnigy 600 series 1220kv brushless outrunner motor and a 100A ESC with this unit and got abt 6lbs in thrust. Then I switched to the S3674-1660 1660KV with a 60A ESC and got about 9lbs of thrust. Unfortunately the esc caught on fire.
Karim  71 points - 10/11/2014
so it isn´*t compatible with 8mm shaft Motors? Credit rewarded
Louis  8 points - 9/29/2014
I bought the Turnigy 600 series 1220kv brushless outrunner motor for this unit. The problem I'm running into is that the wires are located on the top and I can't fit the motor in without cutting the housing. Can someone give me a better idea on this?
Epic Onslaught  1 points - 7/23/2014
The reason would because there will be an obstruction 1 inch behind the fan. With this said, I need the motor forward instead of aft of the fan. I have piping to extend the duct as needed. But, I am still concerned if it physically possible to mount the motor in front of the fan. I have seen other EDF in this configuration. Examples would be the Mercury 90mm and 74mm sold here if I am not mistaken.
Epic Onslaught  1 points - 7/12/2014
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.
 Lukasz 51 points
I don't see the point. It may affect the efficiency of the edf because the 'tube' part would end just behind the fan hence the air will be spread to the sides instead of being pushed straight. Of course, it's not the case if the unit is built in the fuselage and only if there's a fit tube running from the back of the edf to the rear of model. But seriosly, edfs are so compact that there's no point in doing that.
Customer Reviews
Overall Rating
29 thumbs up!
just received edf. It was my first, read the reviews and thought ok, it may needs balancing but let's try it at low voltage... 10V was the setup with a 100A sentilon ESC-1200kv motor, on a bench. It was badly unbalanced! I tried it a few times but all of the sudden 2 of the blades flew away!!!??? and the thing started vibrating like crazy. Going to return product for a replacement. Shaft seems to be a problem too. Without the fan, this thing vibrates badly!!!

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27 thumbs up!
Hallo. Leucht leider bei mir unrund. Benutze eine KB45-12L 1400kv Brushless Inrunner. Der Fan k├Ânnte besser entgrattet sein. Vielleicht eine schlechten erwischt. Aber sonst ist Hobbyking super. Gruss aus Deutschland

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rc technics
20 thumbs up!
I'm tested this Fan unit using a KB45-17XL 700kv Brushless Inrunner, TURNIGY Sentilon100A HV ESC on 10 cells and I'm getting 2,300 watts at 70Amps. Need a bit of balancing using epoxy resin.


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Soren Hyldeqvist
14 thumbs up!
great fan for the money, a bit out of balance thats the reason for just 4 stars

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david lester
1 thumbs up!
Exellent edf! light and produces enough thrust plus plenty to spare!!
although the correct motor/speed controler combination is vital to get the most out of it!

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