|Mar 23, 2012, 03:54 PM|
Joined Jan 2007
Setting for cc45 and Scorpion 2221 - 12
Can anyone please suggest settings for a Scorpion HKII-2221-12 for a CC45
Stator Diameter 22.0 mm (0.87 in)
Stator Thickness 21.0 mm (0.83 in)
No. of Stator Arms 9
Magnet Poles 6
Motor Wind 12 Turn Delta
Motor Wire 12-Strand 0.21mm
Motor Kv 2580 RPM / Volt
No-Load Current (Io) 1.50 Amps @ 10 volts
Motor Resistance (Rm) 0.038 Ohms
Max Continuous Current 38 Amps
Max Continuous Power 530 Watts
Weight 81 Grams (2.86oz)
Outside Diameter 27.9 mm (1.098 in)
Shaft Diameter 3.17 mm (0.125 in)
Body Length 38.3 mm (1.508 in)
Overall Shaft Length 58.7 mm (2.311 in)
Max Lipo Cell 4s
Motor Timing 5deg
Drive Frequency 8kHz
|Mar 28, 2012, 02:32 PM|
Joined Jan 2007
Now using ICE Lite 50
I decided (possibly correctly) that the 45 was a bit marginal for this - so I picked up a s/h ICE lite 50. I have just logged a couple of typical flights (lots of loops, flips, rolls etc.) plus in this case quite a few full power climbs.
Average amps 11amp, max 53,1
Max temp 168F
The max amps was for less than 1 second - is this OK ?
|Mar 28, 2012, 03:31 PM|
With Helis it is common to see very quick peaks and sometimes over the current rating of the controller.
We always recomend setting the current limiting to Insensitive and at that the esc will still protect itself - but keep from shutting down prematurely on very quick peaks.
What you are seeing is not a problem at all.
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