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H1806-6 by RCX
Weight: Approx. 20g (depends on the cable length and prop mount)
18g if you cut the cables to short (without Prop Mount)
21g if you cut the cables to short (with Prop Mount)
Prop Shaft Diameter: 5mm (no prop adapter is required for most 5mm props)
Clockwise Screw Thread
Stator Diameter: 18mm
Stator Length: 6mm
Shaft Diameter: 2mm
Motor Dimensions: Φ23x18.5mm
Max Continuous Current: Approx. 13A -- Watch Video
Max. Continuous Power: Approx. Watch Video
ldle Current: 0.2A
Internal Resistance: 325m
Suitable ESC: 10-15A (depends on the prop you use)
Suitable Battery: 2-3S Li-Po
10A ESC is OK if you use a 5030 2-Rotor Prop (according to our test, it drew 9.3A with 105W at 11.4V). However, if you use 5045, 6020, 6030 etc larger props you might need a 12A - 15A ESC (15A is more safe) to avoid over-driving the ESC (will result burn of ESC if it is over-current).
With the test of 5045 Prop, it draws 13.2A with 158W @ 12V. So you need a 12A ESC at least. However, 15A is more safe.
6020 T-Type Prop: It draws 14.2A @ 12.6V (and 12.3A @ 11.1V). So you need a 15A ESC is more safe or at least a good 12A ESC which can handle high current.
6045 Prop: We have tested it with 6045 with under 11.1 & 12.6V, the motor heat went up very fast and it is too ho so. please do not try it with 6045 for 2400kv.
6030 Prop: Too hot at high RPM so not recommended.