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#1 yang1346888 Jul 03, 2012 08:59 AM

new motor series
 
Hello, everyone:
Good day!
I'm nicole, a sales representative from Shenzhen City saite motor Co., Ltd. Our company plans to develop a new motor series to prepare for the Shanghai model Exhibition ,our products at present as follows:
CDROM1806/2822/2830
C2822/2826/2830/2836/3530/3536/3542/3548/4250/4260/5055/5065/6364/6374
2 POLE
B2P2030/2040/2435/2445/2838/2848/2858/2868/3650/3660/3665/3674/4565/4575
4 POLE
B4P3650/3660/3674/4065/4074
racing motor (sensorless / sensored)
3 solt
3.5 ~ 21.5T

If you have good idea,welcome to contact us!



e-mail: saitemotor@gmail.com
www.saite-motor.com


nicole

#2 yang1346888 Jul 03, 2012 07:48 PM

Need help, want to have better ideas. This is not advertising.

#3 rotorcrafts Oct 15, 2012 01:35 AM

These motors look pretty neat. If any one interested they can buy from here.

http://www.superior-hobby.com/saite-c-5_55.html

#4 Dr Kiwi Oct 15, 2012 03:44 PM

They look like Scorpion clones!

#5 big bird Oct 16, 2012 09:26 AM

best thing is to list the following in all your motor description:

1. all external motor dimensions
2. shaft width and length
3. front and rear mounting dimensions
4.Kv
5.number of poles
6.internal resistance
7.maximum continuous power handling
8.and most importantly, prop data

if you do this.. you will sell a lot more motors because this is the information that modellers need in order to make a choice

good luck!

#6 Superior Hobby Oct 18, 2012 12:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by big bird (Post 23015446)
best thing is to list the following in all your motor description:

1. all external motor dimensions
2. shaft width and length
3. front and rear mounting dimensions
4.Kv
5.number of poles
6.internal resistance
7.maximum continuous power handling
8.and most importantly, prop data

if you do this.. you will sell a lot more motors because this is the information that modellers need in order to make a choice

good luck!

Thanks for your very good advice!;)

For instance, ST4475B http://www.superior-hobby.com/st4475b-p-97.html we have a specs chart on second photo. At start, we do not know how to add photos into the web content, now we know how to do!:p

You will see modified pages soon! :) Welcome register on SH!

#7 yang1346888 Oct 19, 2012 01:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by big bird (Post 23015446)
best thing is to list the following in all your motor description:

1. all external motor dimensions
2. shaft width and length
3. front and rear mounting dimensions
4.Kv
5.number of poles
6.internal resistance
7.maximum continuous power handling
8.and most importantly, prop data

if you do this.. you will sell a lot more motors because this is the information that modellers need in order to make a choice

good luck!

Thank you very much!

#8 yang1346888 Oct 19, 2012 01:32 AM

outrunner motor
 
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hot sale motors thrust from 150 g to 10 kg.

#9 yang1346888 Oct 19, 2012 02:48 AM

saite outrunner motor 02
 
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Motor weight from 19 g to 800 g, satisfy all demand.

#10 samwei1950 Oct 19, 2012 05:12 AM

Loks pretty neat motors:popcorn:
performance running test comparison video would be nice if available:)
regards
Sam
幫頂

#11 WimpyKid Oct 23, 2012 05:26 AM

i come ,,,,,,

#12 Superior Hobby Oct 29, 2012 02:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by samwei1950 (Post 23042736)
Loks pretty neat motors:popcorn:
performance running test comparison video would be nice if available:)
regards
Sam
幫頂

Yes, comparison video is a direct way to show products' feature.

#13 Maggie.Y Oct 29, 2012 03:17 AM

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How about these big guys ? :D

6364 , KV : 230/270 . Max power : 2860/2950W . Weight : 640g.
6374 KV: 200/170 . Max power : 3180/3300W . Weight : 800g.

#14 Maggie.Y Oct 29, 2012 03:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dr Kiwi (Post 23009058)
They look like Scorpion clones!

I don't think so , may be there are some similar in appearance , is normal .
I know many motors looks the same , but different the testing results . ;) Right ,
Dr Kiwi ?

#15 Maggie.Y Oct 29, 2012 03:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WimpyKid (Post 23076792)
i come ,,,,,,

You really do that , a good sentence " I come......"
Very cute Wimpykid :D


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