|Mar 16, 2015, 05:22 AM|
Joined Apr 2013
4114 motors rewinding for gimbal
I got 2x 4114 motors for gimbal and i need to rewind them. I found those motor from other brands already winded for gimbal with 0.17mm wire and 100 or 120 turns. The problem is i can't find 0.17mm wire in my country, can i use 0.2mm?
Anybody rewind those type of motors? Any help will be appreciated.
This are the motor specs:
GARTT MT-036 MT4114
Motor KV330KV RPM / V
Electrical resistance of 0.1082 Ω
No-load current 0.6A / 10V
Maximum continuous current of 25A
Maximum continuous power 750W
Motor weight ≈170g / 6oz
Lithium sessions 4S-8S
Motor diameter 46mm / 1.81in
Motor length 32.5mm / 1.28in
Slot poles 24N22P
Overall length of the shaft 40.4mm / 1.59in
Shaft diameter 3.175mm / 0.125in
Bolt hole spacing 19mm / 25mm / 0.75in / 0.98i
Bolt specification M3 × 6
|Mar 16, 2015, 03:03 PM|
This thread is about a 12N14P motor but you may find it of interest as far as the dissasembly and winding goes:
Outrunner Disassembly and Stripping - Gimbal Motor Rewind - www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1823636
Thiis page will give you the winding scheme, enter 24 slots 22 poles and choose Y for the termination:
The Wye termination is used on the gimbal motors so as to get the resistance of the windings of two of the three phases when the resistance across any two of the three motor connectors is measured.
There is a lot of other good info on that Homebuilt Electric Motors page.
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