Recommended ESC: KDE Direct XF UAS 75A+ HVC Multi-Rotor Series
Alternate ESC: KDE Direct XF UAS 55A+ Multi-Rotor Series
The new KDE Direct 5215XF-435 Multi-Rotor Brushless Motor is an extremely efficient and powerful motor for numerous multi-rotor and sUAS heavy-lift applications, and was designed to bring high-quality and vibration-free motors to the market. The motors are designed with performance and durability in-mind, with features unseen in the current market: (1) high-grade, 240°C continuous (340°C maximum) high-temperature solid-core copper windings for failure-free operation in extreme-climates, (2) Japanese-built, 0.2 mm silicon-steel stator laminations and Kevlar tie-wraps for high-efficiency performance, and (3) triple-bearing supported, ABEC-7 bearings for maintenance-free and worry-free flying for hundreds of hours. These are just a few of the advantages built-in to these motors, and every detail of the motors was scrutinized to produce the absolute best available; for a wide-range of flight applications.
Motor includes 200°C, 15 AWG, 760mm silicone-wire leads and ф4.0mm 24k Bullet Connectors (pre-soldered to the motor leads and ESC female bullets included).
Material: Neodymium N45UH, 435Kv
Models: Universal mounting pattern provides simple installation for a wide-range of multi-rotor and sUAS applications: M3 x ф30mm, M4 x ф30mm, M5 x ф40mm.
|Maximum Continuous Current*||72+ A (180 s)|
|Maximum Continuous Power*||1595+ W (180 s)|
|Maximum Efficiency||> 92%|
|Voltage Range||16.8 V (4S) - 25.2 V (6S)|
|Io (@10V)||1.4 A|
|Rm (Wind Resistance)||0.031 Ω|
|Stator Poles||24 (24S22P)|
|Magnetic Poles||22 (24S22P)|
|Mount Pattern||M4/3 x ф30 mm, M5 x ф40 mm|
|Stator Class||5215, 0.2 mm Japanese|
|Shaft Diameter||ф4 mm (ф8 mm Internal)|
|Shaft Length||5.5 mm|
|Motor Diameter||ф60 mm|
|Motor Length||41 mm|
|Motor Weight||305 g (360 g with Wires/Bullets)|
|Propeller Size||Up to 22" (18" Maximum on 6S)|
|Motor Timing||22° - 30°|
|ESC PWM Rate||8 - 32 kHz (600 Hz)|
*: Brushless motor requires consistent open airflow (5 mph or greater) across the windings to maintain maximum continuous current and power ratings during operation. Performance figures are provided as guidelines for normal conditions and operation; environmental factors, such as air temperature and humidity, can significantly alter the maximum performance limits of the motor.