|Nov 19, 2011, 06:20 PM|
|Nov 28, 2011, 05:22 PM|
New test: 5 motors compared
Battery Orion 3S 4000 mAh 30-60C fully charged before each test
Propeller GF 10x4.5 (Link) (XAircraft is identical but the hub)
ESC Hobbywing Pentium 30A - Turnigy Servo Tester
Junsi PowerLog 6S Wattmeter - LogView software
Turnigy Park 450 890KV (Link) - Weight: 65 g - Max power: 180 W - Max thrust: 960 g - Mean efficiency: 6.9 g/W
T-Motor MT 2216 900 KV (Link) - Weight: 74 g - Max power: 170 W - Max thrust: 920 g - Mean efficiency: 6.8 g/W
Flycam 925 KV (Link) - Weight: 48 g - Max power: 160 W - Max thrust: 800 g - Mean efficiency: 6.7 g/W
Xaircraft X650V motor 1050-1100 KV (Link) - Weight: 50 g - Max power: 275 W - Max thrust: 1150 g - Mean efficiency: 6.3 g/W
Hacker Style KA 20-26 M 1130 KV (Link) - Weight: 46 g - Max power: 165 W - Max thrust: 750 g - Mean efficiency: 5.9 g/W
Weights include cable, connectors and propeller adapter
|Dec 01, 2011, 12:38 PM|
Romania, Dolj, Craiova
Joined Sep 2007
You can label "Tests results" or how you like, but not compare, it is flawed from the start to compare 850kv with 1130kv with same prop !
Redo test with 9" prop on 20-26 and will see.
|Dec 20, 2011, 04:50 AM|
Joined Dec 2011
First of all: thank you so much for this thread. Really useful for all of us.
I've done enough flying with cheap vibrating motors and have spent enough time trying to balance them. So I want to buy some new better (and more expensive motors). So I'm reading, reading, reading...
But still can't decide. My number one priority is low vibrations. Seems like you've tested a lot of motors. So what are your experience if I want to buy a set of motors that are well balanced out of the box?
More info on my quad etc here: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1558759
|Jan 11, 2012, 01:50 PM|
Soon a test with the,
Axi 2814/22 (765KV)
Mikrokopter MK 3538 (770KV)
RC-Tiger MT2814-11 (710KV)
RC-Tiger MT2814-10 (770KV) (equivalent to the Avroto 2814)
All on 4S and 5S with the following props,
Graupner 11x5 E
APC 12 x 3.8 SF
APC 14 x 4.7 SF
Xoar 14 x 5 (wood)
|Jan 11, 2012, 02:56 PM|
South Africa, GP, Johannesburg
Joined Sep 2010
|Jan 17, 2012, 04:44 PM|
I posted this in my Flexacopter topic, but I think here is also a good place for this test.
Today a have done a test with all the props that I have suitable for the Flexacopter, I try to show what prop will give the most smooth image with the current MK gyro settings that still need some tuning.
Flexacopter with in the AV-130 mount the GH2 camera fitted with the Olympus 45 mm F1.8 (90 mm telelens equivalent to 35mm film) (F5.6) 720P/50f-sec.
Total flying weight with the 5S/8000mAh lipo and GH2 4520 grams, Picloc Pro is off so no mount stabilization.
I have also noted the Amp rating from the MK indicated during the hoover with each prop, here the outcome.
Graupner 11x5 E (43A)
APC 12x3.8 SF (41A)
APC 14x4.7 SF (38A)
Xoar 14x5 wood (37A)
Outcome regards the video quality.
Graupner 11 x 5 (E) a clear first place.
APC 12 x 3.8 SF and the Xoar 14x5 2nd and 3rd place
APC 14 x 4.7 SF Gets the fourth place
You see also here no Free-Lunch!!
The Graupner 11x5 does it surprisingly good but has the highest consumption, The Xoar 14x5 is despite his shared 2nd and 3rd place far below the video result of the Graupner props but 6A more economical.
I would clearly indicate that this test outcome regarding the video quality in my situation is no guarantee for the same outcome with an other setup.
The 4 videos,
|Jan 18, 2012, 02:55 AM|
Joined Jan 2011
What motors were used, as it's not clear regarding your previous post?
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