El motor Yellow Power 540 es un motor sin escobillas de 16T con imanes de neodimio y doble rodamiento de bolas.
Por sus dimensiones permite la sustitución rápida de los clásicos motores tipo 540 de escobillas que equipan
a muchos coches, aviones y barcos eléctricos de radiocontrol. Equipado de imanes de neodimio y doble rodamiento
de bolas. Eje de acero carbono endurecido. Carcasa de aluminio. Más de 1000w de potencia total. Con el Power 540
conseguirá multiplicar por 5 la potencia de su modelo. Tornillos de fijación de métrica 3.
-Eje de 3,2 / 5mm. Doble rodamiento.
-Uso en automodelismo:
Coches 1/10 – Batería lipo 2 – 3S – Variador de velocidad Yellow Car 70A
Coches 1/10 Alta velocidad – Lipo 3S – Variador de velocidad Yellow Car 70A
Coches 1/8 – Lipo 4S – Variador de velocidad Yellow Car 70A
Uso en Aeromodelismo:
Veleros 2-3m – Batería lipo 2S – Hélice 9×6 – 40A
Veleros 3-4m – Batería lipo 3S – Hélice 8×4 o 9×4 – 50A
Entrenadores 1800mm – Lipo 3S – Helice 8×4 – 50A
Aviones de velocidad 3kg – Lipo 4S – helice 6×6 o 5×5 – Variador 70A
Barcos hasta 1m – Lipo 2S – Variador Yellow Car 70A
Lipo 2S-4S – Kv 4000 – 25A-45A consumo al maximo rendimiento –
Consumo máximo 70A.
Peso 182gr . Dimensiones 36x40mm.
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