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Author Topic: Glasgo-graupner electric engine  (Read 2013 times)

tante-ju

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Glasgo-graupner electric engine
« on: December 12, 2008, 09:16:04 PM »
   
I thought playing two electric motors with reductive and two regulators in order to maneuver independently of each blade.
Someone has already done so and it's worth?.
The engines would be a reductive 550RS with 300 RPM. in each blade.

bogstandard

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Re: Glasgo-graupner electric engine
« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2008, 11:44:42 PM »
Tante-ju,

550's are rather large for this model. 385 size is more in keeping with the requirements for this hull and 300rpm is OK, as normal cruising you will be somewhere between 100 and 150 rpm.

John


tante-ju

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Re: Glasgo-graupner electric engine
« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2008, 02:36:08 AM »
Tante-ju,

550's are rather large for this model. 385 size is more in keeping with the requirements for this hull and 300rpm is OK, as normal cruising you will be somewhere between 100 and 150 rpm.

John


Tante-ju:
Hello, thanks for the información.I¨m going to change the project using a 380 to 6 v.with reductive (a Cordless screwdriver) that develops 200 RPM.Thanks and see you soon.

 

      

 

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