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    Emax 960 KV. BL2832/05 motor...

    Hi,
    I need the Emax 960 KV. BL2832/05 motor instruction manual or his complete setup...
    Who can help me?
    Thanks in advance
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    Salvatore Ciambra - Palermo (Italy)

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    RE: Emax 960 KV. BL2832/05 motor...

    Does this information help you? From: http://www.toysonics.com/emax-bl2832...ess-motor.html

    New Emax BL2832/05 960Rpm/V Outrunner Brushless Motor
    Model: BL2832/05
    No. Of cells: 4 Li-Poly
    RPM/V: 960
    Max. efficiency: 86%
    No load current / 10V: 2.1 A
    Current capacity 69 A/60s
    Dimensions: 30x32 mm
    Shaft diameter: 5 mm
    Weight: 210 g/7.4 oz
    Recommended model weight: 2-4kg
    Recommended prop without gearbox: 13*8; 14*7

    - Jeff
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    RE: Emax 960 KV. BL2832/05 motor...

    OK, this I already know it...
    I would like to know the correct parameters to insert in the ESC.
    Regards
    Salvatore Ciambra - Palermo (Italy)

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    RE: Emax 960 KV. BL2832/05 motor...

    The only thing you 'insert' into the ESC programming are things like battery type, # of cells, LVC cutoff, soft/hard start and brake.... except maybe for "timing advance", the motor doesn't really come into the equation......[and if you use a Phoenix it does it for you anyway]

    ElectronicTiming Advance
    A setting that may improve the efficiency of
    the system for some motors. The standard
    Phoenix setting is to automatically detect and
    adjust for the motor it is driving.
    Dr Phil Millener, Chattanooga, TN


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