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motors

#1

Is there published data on the R-Spec motors that can be used in the Drive Calc application (http://www.drivecalc.de/)


#2

it says I have a reply to this post but I can’t see one.


#3

without a propeller size you’re guessing
you wont find the vesc there either I think.

you could just find a similar sized/weight motor and likely get some results. I wouldn’t trust any written data about the r-spec though and you’re probably best weighing it yourself and solely using that and it’s dimensions and kv to go with for comparison to other motors on there


#4

You can put in motor data and ignore the ESC and propeller data. It will give you performance curves for the motor. I am surprised that there is no detailed data on the R-Spec considering the premium that is charged for it.


#5

its best to enjoy the premium feelings that come with the r-spec motor at it’s stated abilities and not question them or you will become disappointed. Premium is a feeling not a number.


#6

OK. So it’s 190kv and max 44V. So n.max = 8360rpm? Pmax = 3200W so current at Pmax = 90A approx? At what speed? What is the maximum current it can take for different periods?