Mi idea es ponerle dos motores al skateboard. Crees que con dos de estos andara bien, o me recomendas algun otro motor?
I want to put two engines to the skateboard. Do you think that I would be fine with two of this is? Or is there another one that would suit me better?
The recommended max continuous current draw is 2600W, since the motor is less than 100% efficient it will produce only 2150W-2400W. This motor is very powerful and with the right gearing or clutch it will provide decent power to a scooter/skateboard.
For those interested in using it for airplanes, I just ran it with an 18x8 on a 4s lipo, and at about 90% throttle it hit 70A, about 6500-7000RPM. I had to shut it down because I was using a 60A esc. Soon I will write a review with performance info on 11,12, and 14" props.
SSS 5694 6 pole 1200kv motor. Type: 5694 KV: 1200 Y/D: 2.5D Max Amp (A): 292 Max Volt (V): 41 Max Power (W): 12000 Max RPM: 50K Non Load Current (A): 3.5 Shaft Diameter (mm): 8 Motor size diameter x length (mm): 56*94 Gross weight (g): 900
Hor Racing **** has this motor beat in every way. handles 12s with ease and TP Power makes it it cost less as well. So why would anyone want this motor?
I want to use 6 of them for my hmebuild ROV. BUT, how much pressure can the housing and hose connectors take. We are talking of 500' dives. Same counts for the speed controllers, will they go with or will the cooling pipes blow up? I really don't want to waste 700 $ in my first test run??
hmm, if they are tubular, given the fact that the cooling pipes will also be filled with water, they will take it no problem...as for the motors, well, everything inside is solid, nothing is hollow, unless it has some small capacitors or resistor inside that i'm unsure of...
now tell us, how's the project coming along ?
I own a Leopard 5692 540KV and it looks surprisingly similar to this fellow. I think Turnigy just rebranded the Leopard motors. This one should be 4 poles, I use it to power a custom converted 1/5 buggy (13 kg). If it is like the Leopard it will take 5KW power spikes and you can put the Castle Neu fan shroud on it without any modification.
Buy one of these and open it up and you will see the difference between it and the leopard! As far as being a "re-branded" leopard,... no! Hobbyking is more likely to go to leopards individual parts manufacturers and buy in bulk, in a way that will also allow them to under-cut leopard's final sale price!
Hmmm Looks like a leopard copy. I wonder how they compare. Mind you its probably from the same factory but who knows.
Someone do a comparison test! I think Ill spend the little bit more and get a leopard however
That's not the point, for this motor to be of any use in larger EDF units it needs a 8mm shaft. Using a 6 to 8mm adapter to get it to work with a rotor with a 8mm shaft bore is not a viable solution. All the larger EDF units this motor could be used in are setup for motors with an 8mm shaft and the 6mm shaft is just to thin and flexible to be used safely in these applications. Besides, the rotating assembly needs to be perfectly balanced to run properly and adding a second adapter just won't work. The Leopard 56 series motors are available with 8mm shafts, so why not this as well, it's clearly either a copy or made in the same factory.
*morphine: don't want to ruin your explanation, but your formula is way too wrong.
Allow me: "Kv" is the motor velocity constant, measured in RPM per volt (not to be confused with "kV," the abbreviation for "kilovolt") . The Kv rating of a brushless motor is the ratio of the motor's unloaded RPM to the peak (not RMS) voltage on the wires connected to the coils (the "back-EMF"). For example, a 5,700 Kv motor, supplied with 11.1 V, will run at a nominal 63,270 rpm (=5700 * 11.1).
12x540 = 6480 rotations/minute at that voltage (12V), wich has nothing to do with power consumption.
And power consumption at 12V is around 2A with no load, wich means it is useless to tell the amps without knowing the load.
All motors have a set of load curves which correlate load/current at various operating voltages and at various operating efficiencies in the conversion of electrical energy to mechanical energy. It is this set of curves I am looking for, or at least the set relevant for 12vdc as minimum.
hello HK , have you got the distance for the mounting screws for me please
This is a good motor and the biggest inrunner I have seen. I am planning to put it on a pylon racer to replace a .90 fs engine. This motor has the power equivalent of a 20-35cc engine. I am using an 8mm prop adapter that fits a 6mm shaft and it turns props well. Aircraft ESCs have a little trouble getting it started especially with large diameter props. It turned an 18x8 wood prop on a 4s lipo at 70Amps at almost full throttle. This is the biggest prop it can/should turn. I also tested a 12x10, 12x12e, and 11x14 all reached 72A on 6s lipo. I might use 8s lipo only for short bursts of speed to keep the amps in a safe range. I am hoping for speeds from 120-170mph. I will add comments later when I get the plane ready.