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What are the differences of Maytech three motor generations and How are th e quality of them?

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What are the differences of Maytech three motor generations and How are th e quality of them?

Maytech C C2 C3 Motor Differences and Advantages - 6374 8085 6880 6396 Motors What are the differences of Maytech three motor generations and How are th e quality of them? Black Sealed Brushless Outrunner Motor With Hall Sensor:  Open Cover Brushless Outrunner Motor With Hall Sensor :  #BrushlessDCmotor #Outrunnermotor #MaytechMotor #Hallsensormotor #sensoredmotor #electricskateboard #Robots #robotics #electriclongboard #ROV #ATV #cablecamera #electricbike #escooter #fightingrobot #esk8 #underwaterrobot #agilerobots #securityrobots #Deliveryrobots #electricbikefrictions 

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New Updated 6880 Motor With Embedded Hall Sensor and Bigger Bearing

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New Updated 6880 Motor With Embedded Hall Sensor and Bigger Bearing

New updated 6880 motor features VS old version: New version is with embedded hall sensor to stator:Hall sensor board is more stable and motor has more precise positioning and more smooth starup. With changing the hall sensor position, inside space is bigger than before and the original small bearing inside the stator can be replaced with a larger model, which increases the lifetime of the motor.  Mounting holes are updated to 8x M4 with deeper thread 11mm. Motor installation will be firmer. New drawing with updated embeded hall sensor:  Other Features: The motors are suitable for the electric skateboards or...

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What is the difference between brushless Inrunner and outrunner motor?

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What is the difference between brushless Inrunner and outrunner motor?

Outrunner: The permanent magnets on the outrunner are placed on the rotor and the rotor spins on the outside case. On the inside of the motor are the stator windings which do not rotate, they are fixed in position. For example:  Outrunner Black Sealed Sensored Motors Outrunner Open Cover Sensored Motors Outrunner Sensorless Motors Inrunner: On the outer side of the motor is the case. The case in this situation does not rotate and is fixed. The stator windings are placed on the inside face of the case. When you spin the motor shaft of an inrunner, you are spinning...

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How to test motor KV? Why my tested motor KV is different from the specification?

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How to test motor KV? Why my tested motor KV is different from the specification?

Some notices when test motor KV with VESC? KV must be tested without load. To compatible with different kinds motors,  VESC default parameters for motors are more conservative in the design. If test by VESC, test value would be lower about 5% than actual value. Tested KV will be different under different modes and parameters. Tested value will be higher when test in following situations: with hall sensor, high angle, FOC higher than BLDC, V6 higher than V4.   What is KV? Does higher KV mean faster motor? The KV rating (not to be confused with kilo-volt) is the RPM of the motor (k)...

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