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Old Dec 27, 2003, 09:08 AM
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I don't have room for more turns unless I go down in wire size. I really was hoping to get a slow motor so I don't have to gear it. I think that a conventional winding may spin too fast. My controller is homebuilt with a Philips TDA5144 chip so I can tune the start and running timeing, if that is what it needs.
I would like to try it on a Pheonix 10 but mine came defective and doesn't even run a known good motor. The LED stays on and nothing happens. I guess I'll have to send it back.
This motor will be sitting for a little while so I can make a thrust testing rig that works with these small motors.
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