Im thinking on getting a set of four eflite park 400 brushless motors that are 890 kilo volts. My goal is to lift a bit more weight.
Whats a good formula or source to measure the rpms per kv? and what type of changes on the PID values would someone suggest? also I have a set of four 40 amps ESCs.
Im waiting on somo other motors that are 1025 kvs and im guessing the rpsm are gonna be too high!!! and might make the yaw and stabilization go crazy.
Any good websites or forums that might help would be trully apreciated.
try this calc
it is quite useful.
I Like it. It has so much information. on the motor readings, for example Turnigy b2835-06 (5100) how can I translate or undestand what the value of "b2835-06 (5100)" means??
the best way is to check their website, some values correspond to the motor size
and one thing - Kv is rotations per volt
more details you can get from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brushless_DC_electric_motor