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Started by nickyb, Thursday,October 03, 2013, 09:33:09
Quote from: nickyb on Thursday,October 03, 2013, 09:33:09 Hi there,I';m a bit confused on what rating ESC I should buy for my tarot t-650 quad?The motors will be DYS BE3608-11 (630KV) motors. Many people sale a 30amp ESC (Simon K firmware of course) would be okay, however some say a 40amp would be better.Please can you advise on putting my mind at rest please,Many thanks,Nick
Quote from: e.chipev on Thursday,October 03, 2013, 10:07:24 Hi Nick,These motors are rated at 32A max.. I would say 40A esc definitely.. but they will work/hover with 30A esc as well.Item no.: BE3608-11RPM/KV: 630KVMax Watt(W): 700Max Current: 32.1AShaft: 4.0Weight: 83gRec Prop: 1047(APC) / 1238(APC) / 1365( CF prop) / 1447(CF prop )/ 1503(CF prop)Lip Cells: 3-6RegardsEvgeni
Quote from: DarrellW on Thursday,October 03, 2013, 12:54:59 Nick, if you';re going to run these motors you will need to run 4S minimum and preferably 6S to get the best out of them, remember me telling you about Pancake motors being not all they are made out to be?See Pic enclosed - shows power outputs related to prop size and cell count. I don';t think you will get anywhere near enough power with the size props you can physically run with the cell count you want.You might be better off looking at some Sunnysky motors instead.
Quote from: DarrellW on Thursday,October 03, 2013, 17:41:02 I think on 4S you might need something like a 13x6.5 prop to get reasonable performance, that will give you about 340W per motor at full throttle - about 170W at hover, it might be a little bit underpowered if you are loading it up with fpv gear. You may need to try a larger prop but beware of overloading the esc';s, if it doesn';t give you enough lift then you may need a higher cell count.
Quote from: Calomile on Thursday,October 03, 2013, 17:23:33 The ESCs weight is pretty negligible, any besides the weight would be counterbalanced on the opposite arm.One thing to remember when mounting ESCs with that much wire is that you';ll probably need a larger capacitor to compensate for voltage spikes.
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