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« on: August 11, 2017, 05:53:32 AM »
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Hey fellas,

I am building my first quad. I have ordered several parts online since there are no LHS in my state or nearby that I know of. I have selected FlexyBee 250 as the LOS frame since it looks durable, also ordered a generic 250 carbon fibre frame from Aliexpress and planning to switch to FPV when it arrives, and Betaflight F3 as FC. For the motors, I had ordered "DYS BE1806-13 Brushless Motor for Multirotor 2300KV - 24g" from EdallHobby but it was on back order and I was told they're having issues with customs blah blah. So I ordered "ZMX Fusion X20 2300kv" from another site which was delivered yesterday. I already have with me Dshot 15A ESC's.

1) Will the "Dshot 15A ESC" work with the "ZMX Fusion X20 2300kv"? If not, how much Amp ESC do I need?
(Sorry to sound so noob, asking this since the Amp requirements was not mentioned in the product page of the motor and I can't find it anywhere. All I could find were thrust datas)

Secondly, I have already purchased "Orange 1300 mAh 3S 30C Li-Po" for my set up. Unfortunately, due to my intended motors becoming unavailable my whole calculation/hisap is FUBAR excuse my french. So...

2) Will my battery be sufficient to run my set up? I'm planning to add Runcam Swift v2 and an OK band changeable/switchable VTx in the near future. Please recommend me the most appropriate combination of mAh-No.of Cells-Discharge Rate for this.

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« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2017, 08:57:11 AM »
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Hello Novas,

This is a 2205 size motor which is relatively power hungry to an 1806 size motor. Based on the numbers from the below link, I think even if you use 5030 propellers, these motors will definitely require more than 15A on 3S battery. 15A ESCs may not be sufficient for the motor.

http://www.miniquadtestbench.com/assets/components/motordata/motorinfo.php?uid=143

Regarding the battery, even if we assume that the C rating is accurate enough, the rated current draw from the battery will be (1.3A x 30) = 39A for 4 motors together, which won't be theoretically sufficient.

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« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2017, 09:07:55 AM »
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1. Refer this page for thrust and amps data. You can realize that you need 30 Amps ESC
http://www.miniquadtestbench.com/zmx-fusion-x20-2205-2300kv.html

2. The Battery you have can supply you 1.3x30= 39 Amps which is not sufficient. You need higher C battery to supply you atleast 100 Amps like the battery below;
http://www.quadkopters.com/product/battery-and-accessories/infinity-1300mah-14-8v-90c-4s1p-race-spec-lipo-battery/

Please note some of the LHS are very friendly. You can ask question to them before placing the order and they will guide you properly.
 
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Thank you Kumaran and Raj James. I apologise I wasn't able to thank you both earlier. I guess I was too occupied learning to fly. I have successfully build a quad, broke it, fix it, crashed, fixed it, stuck on a tree, fixed....and so on. It is such an awesome hobby and my LoS skill has drastically improved but my FPV skill is well absolutely terrible at the moment but I am not giving up.

My current set up:
1) QaV210 clone, f40 v2, TBsUnify, Runcam Owl2,BetaflightF4,Littlebee 40A.

2)LoS practice-Bottom frame of Hippo215, Racerstar StarF3s 30A ESC combo, Zmx x20.

I mostly stick to 5040 props although I experiment with other props too from time to time.

Most of the parts are from LHS. A few are from Banggood etc. LHS prices have also become quite competitive and reason and most accept returns. RCMumbai is the only shop who wouldn't let me return a battery which I had ordered to use on my taranis but upon arrival I found the dimension was too large to fit into my taranis. Partly my fault because I must've calculated the dimensions wrong. But the battery was unopened and they should've accepted the return as I was trying to swap with another tx specific battery. Beginners, including myself, very often purchase the wrong items/parts and by accepting returns/swapping LHS are indirectly encouraging new hobbyists to dive deeper and also more potential purchases and we all know this is an expensive hobby.

Recently, I have turned towards Micro quads in the hope to improve my FPV skills more affordably. Crashing a 5 inch can be expensive. Simulator is highly recommended by most and I've tried but I guess some of us just aren't cut out for training on a simulator. Hence my solution to this is a brushed micro quad.

QK has made the beta65s available at a very competitive price. As per the description they've even included an extra battery. I've placed an order for the same and hoping it reaches me before X-Mas. It will be my first prebuilt quad. Let's see if it will help me improve my FPV skill.

Thanks all.


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