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Q: which side connects to battery?

Asked by BG521516432 on 2020-10-29 07:24:50

The seller the direction of arrow is output , the lipo should connect to input side.

2020-11-04 12:17:46 Helpful (0)
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BG521516432 Because it comes with both 14 gauge and16 gauge wires. One set of wires are for the current load, “power going to the motors”. And the other set are signal wires. Which doesn’t need to carry heavy voltage. Keep in mind these ESCs do require soldering to a PCB or AIO. And be familiar with blheli and betaflight interfaces. Knowledge of these skills are required.

2020-09-26 09:05:47 Helpful (0)
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Q: do these have telemetry ?

Asked by Ceva84 on 2020-09-26 12:24:41

BG521516432 They have the ability to transmit telemetry signal but don’t expect it automatically. It does require a firmware update via BLheli32 which is an app that needs to be download onto ur computer for free. What setup are you installing it in? If you plan on using a flight controller? If so best way to do this is threw the blheli pass through via betaflight or Inav. Also free software needed to be downloaded, also free. and last your receiver also needs to carry telemetry capabilities.

2020-09-26 08:55:55 Helpful (0)
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Q: 1800 kv 6s how do you think the flight time would be

Asked by Pault_bennett on 2018-12-03 10:37:38

BG521516432 Depends on the prop you buy. And the battery. I’ve tested these motors for 2 years. And still have them on one of my quads. I found with a heavy drone. (800 grams) I can get 5 min running pretty aggressively. Not full stick but close to 60-80%... 50% I get 6 min. I run a 1100mah battery with the dalprop 5045. A lot of ppl think that’s to steep of a prop...but I’ve tried 12 different tri-props. And 4 different Bi-props. Ranging from 5040 up to 5050 all different brands and now I just order those. Xing 1800kv is a hungry motor. It needs a slightly heavier prop to work right. Anything less then you might as well tape paper wings to it... anything more put lead props...

2020-09-02 10:16:54 Helpful (0)
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Q: hmmmm.....karearea toa clone?

Asked by yusufseward on 2018-11-23 05:45:58

BG521516432 What are you guys talking about? I have both the kareara 2306.. 26$ each... and the xing 1800kv. And I can tell YOU got ripped off by a fake Xing Motor!!! My Xing I spent 24$ each! And there a one Piece bell. I run f@#k out of my Xing!! I e had them for 2 years and there the motors I learned to fly with trying to be like Mr. Steele! You know how many times a beginner crashes in concrete, mud, sand, and water trying to be a professional? THEY STILL RUN! As far as the TOA motors there not as smooth! There built! I’ll give them that! I’ve had them for 9 months now. I use the the same Holybro 4in1 blheli 32 40amp esc in those 2 builds cus with those Xing motors I still have the same ESC... running 6S setup.. I run a 4s set up with TOA and for some reason those motors took it out... for some reason TOA motors are hard on ESCs. For those who are reading this, and debating on which motor to buy. Go with Xing. But watch who you buy threw. Like every thing else out on the market. There are look a likes with fake names on them! If it sounds to good to be true. It is!!!

2020-09-02 10:00:46 Helpful (0)
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