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Started this discussion. Last reply by Artem Mar 5, 2014. 7 Replies

Hi everyone! I would like to list two ideas (none novice or mine) which I hope will gain the attention of our community and result in 3dr introducing some new products and functions in the apm…Continue

Tags: halleffect, hall effect, voltage sensor, current sensor, 6s

MyFlyDream AAT and APM/Pixhawk

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Nov 26, 2016. 4 Replies

Hi, I am seriously considering building an antenna tracker. However after some research and sourcing all the various parts/bits and pricing it all together I get a really "hacked-together" looking…Continue

noob question

Started this discussion. Last reply by Artem Nov 19, 2013. 6 Replies

Hi everyone, I've just finished building a tricopter, put an apm 2.6 with external mag/gps on a self made mast very far from any interference, but close to the CG my apm is directly on the CG. done…Continue

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At 6:05pm on January 29, 2014,
Forrest Frantz

What is your budget?

At 6:14pm on January 29, 2014, Artem said…

this is going to be for my "dream tricopter"  and thus I will be making some saving for this purpose, so if it is under 100usd than I think I could afford them....  so far I found NX-4006-530kv motors 67g 481g @ 3.35amp theoretically 

At 6:16pm on January 29, 2014,
Forrest Frantz

Also, can I phrase the question as such:

Is there a rotor (motor and prop) that generates more than 430 grams of net thrust (500 grams less motor weight of 70 grams; thrust after the weight of the rotor is removed along with the additional weight of 2 grams per inch of prop over 10"), while sipping 43 watts or less (3 amps at a 4S voltage that varies between 10 and 17 volts)?  In other words, a rotor with an efficiency of about 10 grams per watt at 430 grams of net thrust.

Is it OK to word the question that way?  If so, then a 130 gram rotor generating 560 grams thrust at 43 watts would be OK as would a 50 gram rotor generating 480 grams of thrust at 43 watts.

At 5:33pm on June 27, 2015, Paul Atherton said…

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