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Old Aug 12, 2012, 10:48 AM
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I got around 250 watts in from a 22AWG 14T star LRK 2505 14P, I wound it while back it was spinning around 20K RPM. Way ,way to fast for my feeble piloting skill. I didn't have the test equipment I have now so I don't have any efficiency numbers. Some one ran it through D calc and said it was around 50%. Although I doubt that is correct as I have found Dcalc to disagree with real world measurements by quite a bit at times. The primary reason I think it was more efficient is it ran slightly above ambient temp. I would imagine a delta connection on a 14T LRK would be a real screamer.

"14T 22AWG from powerwerks. The prop is a an APC 7X4 SF/E/? it peaked at at about 13.5K RPM, 28A and 290W on 3S" I went back and looked at my notes as I try not be to liberal with numbers.
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