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Old 05-17-2010, 11:34 AM
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Hi,
I need the Emax 960 KV. BL2832/05 motor instruction manual or his complete setup...
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Old 05-17-2010, 02:28 PM
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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

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OK, this I already know it...
I would like to know the correct parameters to insert in the ESC.
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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.
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