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Q: Does it fit the Eachine E013

Asked by BG142210321 on 2022-01-03 07:10:14

eric.brasseur No. Their size and shaft diameter are way too big. For the Eachine E013, you need propellers with a shaft diameter of 0.8 mm and a propeller diameter of 31mm.

2022-01-03 08:54:41 Helpful (1)
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eric.brasseur They will fit the diameter of the shaft of the motor and they should allow flight but they do not necessarily fit the drone, because they are intended for a slightly more powerful motor type. The motors of the Eachine E009 will heat more, and so on.

2021-11-15 01:37:01 Helpful (1)
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Q: will those fit on the Eachine QX65 ?

Asked by davicoradini on 2021-10-30 04:55:48

eric.brasseur Yes. The Eachine QX65 uses 615 coreless motors and 31mm propellers, so these propellers will fit. Having four blades instead of the QX65 standard propellers three blades, they should provide more traction but the motors will heat more and the flight would be shorter. It's worth trying out if it will fly and if you like the change. Check the motor temperature... Maybe also try out propellers with only two blades.

2021-10-31 01:30:38 Helpful (1)
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eric.brasseur I couldn't find any for sale. Maybe buy a length of that thin coaxial cable and carve the antenna out of it. Type "buy rf113 cable" in a search engine. But take into account that you have a signal loss over long lengths of cable. Maybe you better move the RF circuits closer to the antenna and keep the antenna cable short.

2021-10-20 02:40:24 Helpful (0)
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Q: what is the kv of this motor?

Asked by BG010642142 on 2021-08-02 08:09:58

eric.brasseur This motor is rated at 3.7 Volts DC. According to the data, its rotation speed with no load is 53500 rpm. So, 53500 divided by 3.7 being 14459, its motor velocity constant Kv is about 14460 rpm per V.

2021-08-03 03:14:57 Helpful (0)
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Q: will these fit the Flywoo Hex Nano?

Asked by Sam0007 on 2021-07-20 06:17:36

eric.brasseur Yes, provided that you order propellers with a 1.5mm shaft.

2021-07-22 01:40:10 Helpful (0)
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Q: What voltage do these run on? (will a 3-5v arduino output fry them?)

Asked by BG163918513 on 2021-06-17 12:28:50

eric.brasseur They are for drones with 1S batteries, meaning that they take voltages from 4V down to about 3V and a little below, modulated by a switching power supply. Yet they can burn even if fed a voltage in that range, if the mechanical load is too high, the worst being if the motor is simply blocked. If you feed them a voltage between 3V and 5V through a power silicium diode or two in series (that will each subtract 0.7V) and the load is a little propeller, there should be no problem. Check the temperature of the motor... On the other hand, if the motor is fed 5V directly and is connected to a gearbox that can stall and blockade, then it's a matter of seconds for the motor to fry. Maybe you can protect the motor by adding a power resistor in series. Also take into account that these motors can draw high currents, so they can actually also be a danger for the power supply. They are highly efficient and produce a tremendous amount of mechanical power compared to their small size and weight but with great power comes the need to be handled with respect.

2021-06-17 01:21:48 Helpful (0)
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eric.brasseur XK110 helicopter uses the white plug. PH2.0 plug and white plug are very different. They are incompatible. White plug is flat and is reputed to be unreliable. PH2.0 is more box-shaped, it is reliable and allows for high current.

2021-05-31 08:09:48 Helpful (0)
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Q: What is the size of this battery?

Asked by BG443832512 on 2021-05-23 08:30:42

eric.brasseur Caliper says a length of 60mm, width of 17mm and thickness of 6mm. Close to the plug, the thickness is slightly more; about 6.5mm. Wire length is short, about 11mm.

2021-05-23 12:05:34 Helpful (0)
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Q: can I use it with runcam phoenix 2?

Asked by BG453413435 on 2021-04-08 09:20:12

eric.brasseur Yes.

2021-04-11 11:46:00 Helpful (0)
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