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Aug 09, 2012, 01:01 AM
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Well I found this for EH-200
http://www.aeorc.com/english/?product-148.html
http://www.electriflite.co.uk/store/...h200-4100.html
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Aug 09, 2012, 01:55 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by juang1430
Hi there Chris....... My f45 seems a bit wobbly starting a few days back. I don't quite sure why, although it has crossed my mind that maybe the wind is the main culprit here as I usually flew it below the ceiling fan.. And when I switched off the fan, the wobbling decreased... However, it just won't go away fully... I never crashed the heli and its only flown indoor todate.. Any solution to this?
Good morning !

It could come from a bent flybar that hasn't be well restraighten...
Also test your servos, if the arms have too much free play, this can also be a reason.

Roland
Aug 09, 2012, 03:50 AM
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I'm struggling with two battery packs right now:
What is the difference between
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/s...dproduct=23820
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/s...dproduct=11907

I'm just curious why the pack with 2000 mAh is lighter AND smaller than the 1800mAh.
I know the C rates are different, but is that the reason why a stronger battery pack could be lighter and smaller?
It makes no sense to me
Aug 09, 2012, 04:39 AM
Eternal beginner
Rollmops67's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by Stoersender
I'm struggling with two battery packs right now:
What is the difference between
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/s...dproduct=23820
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/s...dproduct=11907

I'm just curious why the pack with 2000 mAh is lighter AND smaller than the 1800mAh.
I know the C rates are different, but is that the reason why a stronger battery pack could be lighter and smaller?
It makes no sense to me
For the same capacity a lipo battery has a tendency to be heavier when the maximum discharge current increases.
So for example a lipo battery with 2000 mAh and a maximal discharge current of 20C will "normaly" be lighter then a battery with the same capacity but a maximal discharge current of 40C.
There are also other factors like the technology and (or) the quality of the cells.
Aug 09, 2012, 04:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Rollmops67
For the same capacity a lipo battery has a tendency to be heavier when the maximum discharge current increases.
So for example a lipo battery with 2000 mAh and a maximal discharge current of 20C will "normaly" be lighter then a battery with the same capacity but a maximal discharge current of 40C.
There are also other factors like the technology and (or) the quality of the cells.
Thx for your help that makes sense
Aug 09, 2012, 05:08 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Stoersender
I'm struggling with two battery packs right now:
What is the difference between
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/s...dproduct=23820
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/s...dproduct=11907

I'm just curious why the pack with 2000 mAh is lighter AND smaller than the 1800mAh.
I know the C rates are different, but is that the reason why a stronger battery pack could be lighter and smaller?
It makes no sense to me
The actual main reason for the weight difference is the Wire and connector used.

The 2000mAh battery uses a small and light JST connector with around 20-24 AWG wire. Where as the 1800mAh battery uses the much thicker 12 AWG wire with a chunky XT-60 connector. These two alone would make up the 15g difference very quickly.
Aug 09, 2012, 05:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Rollmops67
Good morning !

It could come from a bent flybar that hasn't be well restraighten...
Also test your servos, if the arms have too much free play, this can also be a reason.

Roland
Hi Roland, thanks for assisting me on this. I'll check the servo accordingly, thanks again, cheers!
Aug 09, 2012, 05:22 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by rexless
The first one are the people who make it for hobby king, it think. They just don't sell at very good price, which is common for most manufacturers.
Aug 09, 2012, 06:52 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rollmops67
Good morning !

It could come from a bent flybar that hasn't be well restraighten...
Also test your servos, if the arms have too much free play, this can also be a reason.

Roland
Hi Roland, I m back.... It appears that the servo arms & flybar are just fine. The only problem here is due to the tail motor which had became so hot during flight just now. I stopped the flight right away when the tail started to turn by itself without any movement of rudder joystick. I'll try to check the tail rotor gear in a moment to see if it is still okey... adios!!
Aug 09, 2012, 09:05 AM
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Thats it!!! tail motor is dead...... have to get me a good replacement.. A bit reluctant to use the old type.. dead during the 39th flight only!!
Aug 09, 2012, 09:28 AM
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This is the same as what just happened to me. My tail motor got too hot I believe and just fried completely. I can't even get it to twitch. It was a hot 37 degrees here that day. From what I can see everyone recommends continuing to use the stock tail motor - some put on a heat sink to reduce the chances of heat killing the motor.
Aug 09, 2012, 10:11 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BThirsk
The first one are the people who make it for hobby king, it think. They just don't sell at very good price, which is common for most manufacturers.
That would be interesting if they are the manufacturer but yeah the price isn't so exciting.

I'm not having much luck. The closest alternatives I can find are seemingly very different.
http://www.hobbypartz.com/75m60-heli...08-3500kv.html
http://www.hobbypartz.com/86ma54-2205-4500kv.html
http://www.hobbypartz.com/60p-dym-0012.html (no specs)

Hmm.. I just found this listing:
http://www.pronto.com/shop/250-brushless-motor

It has a couple that seem to be on the right track:
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...s-Motor-3600KV
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...s-Motor-5600kV
http://compare.ebay.com/like/220984272166

Man, this is hard work!
Aug 09, 2012, 11:21 AM
Different fly 4 different guy
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Quote:
Originally Posted by juang1430
Hi there Chris....... My f45 seems a bit wobbly starting a few days back. I don't quite sure why, although it has crossed my mind that maybe the wind is the main culprit here as I usually flew it below the ceiling fan.. And when I switched off the fan, the wobbling decreased... However, it just won't go away fully... I never crashed the heli and its only flown indoor todate.. Any solution to this?
Quote:
Originally Posted by juang1430
Thats it!!! tail motor is dead...... have to get me a good replacement.. A bit reluctant to use the old type.. dead during the 39th flight only!!
IME just hovering is very hard on the motors. A friend of mine continuously hovers his until there is no lift (despite my warnings - I suggested he hover 5 min and allow some cool down, then fly a few more minutes). He got about 35 flights on his (first) main motor and 40 or so on his tail motor. His solution is to stock up on motors.

My F45 is flown mostly outdoors in a large field or park. No problems so far.

regards . . . g
Aug 09, 2012, 04:28 PM
Registered User
Quote:
Originally Posted by gordonzo
IME just hovering is very hard on the motors. A friend of mine continuously hovers his until there is no lift (despite my warnings - I suggested he hover 5 min and allow some cool down, then fly a few more minutes). He got about 35 flights on his (first) main motor and 40 or so on his tail motor. His solution is to stock up on motors.

My F45 is flown mostly outdoors in a large field or park. No problems so far.

regards . . . g
My main motor is still okey, but don't know until when. Yes, I usually flew mine for 10 to 12 minutes continuously
Aug 09, 2012, 04:35 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gordonzo
IME just hovering is very hard on the motors. A friend of mine continuously hovers his until there is no lift (despite my warnings - I suggested he hover 5 min and allow some cool down, then fly a few more minutes). He got about 35 flights on his (first) main motor and 40 or so on his tail motor. His solution is to stock up on motors.

My F45 is flown mostly outdoors in a large field or park. No problems so far.

regards . . . g
Maybe the best solution for this kind of flying is heat sink and air scoop...


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