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Jan 11, 2002, 07:09 PM
D.G.B.
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Brushless motors;Can they be set up in a multi motor project??


I 'm reading all the good things about these new motors and wonder Can i set them up in a multi motor project?? like say 6 motors? i have a Gigant project on the summer horizon any comments would be great.Many thanxs stefanP

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Jan 11, 2002, 08:53 PM
jrb
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Yes. Either with separate ESC's or in parallel using a sensoreless ESC.

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Jan 12, 2002, 05:20 PM
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Focke Wolf Ta400 & 6 (six) lrk-torquemax brushless motors


Have a look and a read at this 6 motor beast by Soren Kjaer Nielssen:

http://users.cybercity.dk/~ccc16084/ta400a3.html

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My FW Ta 400 have the following data:
  • Build comlete in balsa covered with epoxi and light fiberglass (a few parts will be in waccum formed plastic).
  • Wingspan 4,35 m (app. 14.5‘)
  • Target weight is 12-14 kg.
  • 6 pcs. Robart mechanical retracts
  • Fowler flaps (can’t find information about the flaps on the real plane) I build the plane with fowler flaps because these flaps are a challenge to build, and they look and work very good in the air)
  • Motor: 6 pcs. S600 race 7.2v, 4.8:1 gearbox, 13x10 props (that is my standard motor/gearbox – if you have one of these motors, use it with a highrate gearbox, a big prop, and 10 cells…wow!!!) That was my target, but then Graupner, that supply this motor, changed the motor: The new S600 RACE 7,2v is not the same as the good old one !!!
    Therefore I have changed the 6 motors to homebuild brushless LRK 345-20 motors with homebuild speedy BL controllers, look at: LRK. and at: Speedy BL.
  • 60-72 RC2400 cells. (10-12/motor).
  • Expected flying time: 10 – 12 min
Last edited by Ron van Sommeren; Jan 12, 2002 at 05:23 PM.