Hyperion outrunner for hotliners
Folks, I have been testing props on a new hyperion zs3025. Most recent adventure was with rfm 14.5x14
Ok, 186amps on 3s. Sounds crazy, but temps are pretty good. I managed 14 climbs (:O:O:O) on a 3s 3300mah pack. Looking over the log, there was never a climb that lasted over 3 seconds (20/20 vision, just could not keep up with the plane).
Now, having said that the 35c hyperion packs was sustaining voltage. On the last climb, it sagged to 9.73volts... which concluded a pull of 1463mah out of the pack (a little too much, I know, I was having way too much fun). For those of you with a cellpro 10s... the Ir was measured at 1.7 1.7 1,8. For reference, the best I was able to pull from any other brand name back was over 3.2
The motor, pack and rdu have been a pure pleasure. This is WAY more power than I ever managed to get from an axi 2826-08, but I never dared 4s on the axi, and I never used hyperion packs on it either.... If you are looking at the 2826, take a peak at the 3025. You can sustain more reasonable amps on a 13x7 graupner folding prop (I think I was pulling under 90 amps). If you want crazy thrills, you could try 4s and say 13x7 graupner, or aeronaut 13x10.... good luck!
P.S. If I can figure out how to post the log I will...
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