RC Lander 64mm 4000kv 4S Lipo EDF

RC Lander 64mm 4000kv 4S Lipo EDF
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  • Item #: LEDF64-1A040
  • Manufacturer: RC Lander
  • Manufacturer's Product Number: RCLLEDF64-1A040
  • Condition: New
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The RC Lander fan provides great thrust in an economicaly priced package.  This provides optimum thrust performance and improves upon efficiency.
 
All RC Lander fans and motors are test run at the factory to ensure that they are in proper operating manner before being shipped out. The fans are put through a series of tests to ensure that they are operating as intended. Be sure to reference the instruction manual for proper motor and esc program settings.
 
BUILDERS NOTE: REFER TO THE "ELECTRIC SETUP GUIDELINE" ON THE HOME PAGE TO HELP DETERMINE THE PROPER SET UP FOR FAN, ESC, MOTOR AND BATTERY.

FEATURES:

  • The fan unit and motor come assembled and computer balanced at the factory.
  • Integrated motor and fan design provides a high efficiency fan unit that provides high performance while maintaining the longevity of the motor.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Outside Diameter: 67mm
  • Rotor Diameter: 5 Blade 64mm
  • Weight: 5.3 oz/ 150g
  • Material: Carbon Reinforced ABS Rotor
  • Max RPM: 60,000
  • Max Thrust: 1.1kg/ 2.4 lbs
  • Kv: 4000
  • Lipo: 4S 14.8V
  • Max Power: 800 watts (continous), Max Power (10 Sec. Burst) 850 Watts
  • Current: 57A (A 60amp esc is recommended) High timing in esc setting
  • Battery Required: 14.8V 4S 1800mah - 2200mah or higher Li-Polymer

WARNING: Operating the motor outside of the specifications listed above can either damage the motor, battery or esc. It is important that these components are set up properly. Failure to do so can void the warranty. It is strongly encouraged to use a Watt Meter to test the watt and amp performance when setting up a new system. If the output is above the factory recommended specs, then it needs to be adjusted by the esc. The timing and throttle settings on the esc can help to set the appropriate levels.