|Max Thrust||17 kg/rotor (44.4 V, Sea Level)|
|Recommended Battery||12S LiPo|
|Recommended Takeoff Weight||6.0 - 8.0 kg/rotor (Sea Level)|
|Frame Arm Outer Diameter||40 mm|
|Frame Arm Inner Diameter||37mm|
|Operating Temperature||-10 to 50 ℃|
|Stator Size||100×15 mm|
|Max Allowable Voltage||52.2 V|
|Max Allowable Current (Continuous)||100 A|
|Max Peak Current (< 3 sec)||130 A|
|PWM Input Signal Level||3.3 V / 5 V Compatible|
|Operating Pulse Width||1120 to1920 μs|
|Signal Frequency||30 Hz to 500 Hz|
|Diameter x Thread Pitch||33×9 inch (840×230 mm)|
|Weight (Single Propeller)||315 g|
The data above was measured with an input voltage of 44.4 V, at a temperature of 25℃ and sea level. The thrust was adjusted by the throttle.
The data above was measured at full throttle, at a temperature of 25℃ and sea level.
I – Current, P – Input Power, η – Electrical Efficiency, T – Thrust,
N – Rotational Speed
The data above was measured with an input voltage of 44.4 V, at a temperature of 25℃ and sea level. The rotational speed was adjusted by the throttle.
η – Efficiency, I – Current, P – Output Power, Τ – Torque, N – Rotational Speed
The data above contain theoretical values measured with an input voltage of 44.4 V, for reference only. When operating at a temperature of 25℃ with no additional cooling devices, the motor cannot operate with a current more than 85 A. It can support short term operation (about 10 to 30 sec) with a current between 50 A and 85 A, and continuous operation with a current under 50 A. The motor run time should depend on the actual environmental temperature and cooling conditions.