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General Getting Safe setup

Discussion in 'Airplanes' started by Geoff, Jul 22, 2017.

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    Help Please :)
    I have a Turnigy 1450Kv motor and the Spec is as follows:

    Battery 2-4 cell Battery
    Max Current:48A
    No Load current:4A
    Max Power: 690W
    Internal resistance: 0.019 ohm
    Max Thrust: 1420g

    To enable me to match ESC, which figure is the actual wattage of the motor
     
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    Max Power of 690w is the wattage. Max current is 48 amps, so you would need an ESC and a battery capable of handling 50 amps minimum.
     
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    Thanks for super quick reply Tony :)
     
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    My pleasure Geoff!
     
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