|Aug 28, 2013, 04:32 AM|
Foxtech T960 Heavy Duty Hexacopter COMBO
Hi . guys
Need a heavy duty Hexacopter ?
Care to fly T960 (COMBO) with around 13kg flying weight？
The following photos show what we used as payload,
Guess you may also need one in the hot summer .
In order to test the outstanding feature on heavy duty loading , we tied up 14 bottles of water (550ml*14) on the frame. and it still took off like a feather !!
the gimbal we used was falcon pro, NEX version, with a GH3 kit , it can be used with NEX 5 , NEX 7 or GH3 on it and still with great stability
This combo features 1755 MKII (or 1855)and T MOTOR 5008,both of them offer great efficiency and power.
In the test , the Flight time about 8 mins with 12kg flying weight (including the frame and battery 6s 9000 mah) 20mins without 6kg flying weight
Hope you enjoy it .
if there is any question , please feel free to PM me or contact us on the site :foxtechfpv.com
We offer T960 COMBO here , there are four options
|Aug 28, 2013, 08:20 AM|
Hello Fu, in your youtube video you say you use 1855 props but in your set up 1755, which is the best choice to these 5008 motors?
|Sep 14, 2013, 05:43 PM|
Indonesia, West Java, Depok
Joined Aug 2012
Do you mean T Motor as tiger motor or tarot motor?
I saw that Foxtech have the new Foxtech motor 5008, is it better than the tarot motor?
|Sep 27, 2013, 09:00 PM|
Joined Sep 2011
What are the temperatures of the W5008 and W6135 motors after running 15-20+ minutes?
Is there any official max temps?
What is the max watts of the W5008 motors?
Also which motor is better for the 1855 props in terms of weight of the motor and efficiency? Is the weight on the W6135 worth having the cooling fans built in? Because for a hexa setup, that is 510 additional grams.
|Oct 11, 2013, 02:33 PM|
A little disappointed with the 5008 motors
I got the combo kit with the Naza V2.
The frame is great and really stiff. However, some of the ESCs were used as they had numbers scratched into the servo connectors; !
The bullets that came with the motors barely fit the bullets on the ESCs, they are not long enough to go in all the way and they have to be really pushed with tons of force to get the mail to slide onto the fem, some I'm still working on but my fingers are too tire and sore to continue.
Lastly, the wires on the motors are real thin and stiff, one wire just broke at the bullet as I was trying to push the bullets together, so now one wire will be shorter than the other 2.
I'll contact Foxtech tonight about this, kind of pissed off.
By the way, do you guys think I can solder some wet-noodle wire on the motor wires to make them not so brittle?
|Oct 16, 2013, 11:23 AM|
it's always better to solder more wires that can be
the less connectors you'll have, the less disconnection or bad contacts you'll have
but, depending on your usage, if you are used to unplug often, keep plugs
normally, a working multirotor won't need to be unplugged since all components are flashed/configures/adjusted
i've just bought the frame, waiting the tarot 5008 or foxtech 5008 motors to be available again :/
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