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Emax XA2212-980kv Outrunner Brushless Motor

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৳ 950.00 ৳ 1,100.00

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The Emax XA2212-980kv is a 1.8 oz., 180 watt 400 class motor that is a good choice for small parkflyers and small multi-rotor aircraft.
The Emax XA2212-980kv motor can be mounted in front of a firewall using the included x-mount.  It can also be mounted on a 10mm stick using    The Emax XA2212-980kv motor includes a 3.0mm prop adapter, and can alternately accommodate
The Emax XA2212-980kv motor does not have connectors installed, but a set of 3.5mm connectors and shrink tube is packaged with the motor.

Weight:  1.8 oz. (52 grams)

Diameter:  1.1 inches (28.5mm)

Length:  1.7 inches (30.5mm)

Exposed Shaft:  1/8″ x 7/16″ (3.0mm x 11.1mm)

Voltage:  7.2 – 13

Current:  Maximum of 15 Amps for 30 Seconds

KV:  980

Mounting holes are spaced 16mm and 19mm on center and are tapped for 3.0mm screws.

Battery Size  Propeller Size  Thrust (oz.)  Current (amps)  Notes 
3-Cell 11.1v  GWS 1060DD     27 oz.    14.5 amps  159 watts  
3-Cell 11.1v  Emax 10 x 4.5SF      28 oz.    14.7 amps 158 watts 
3-Cell 11.1v   Emax 1050CF*    23 oz.    13.6 amps  155 watts 
3-Cell 11.1v   APC 9 x 4.7SF     24 oz.     12.0 amps  138 watts 
3-Cell 11.1v   APC 9 x 3.8SF     26 oz.    12.0 amps  140 watts 
3-Cell 11.1v   APC 9 x 6E     25 oz.    12.7 amps   145 watts 
3-Cell 11.1v   APC 9 x 4.5E     23 oz.    10.0 amps  125 watts 
3-Cell 11.1v   APC 8 x 6E    18 oz.   10.7 amps  126 watts 
2-Cell  7.4v  APC 11 x 5.5E    19 oz.   10.0 amps  90 watts
2-Cell  7.4v   GWS 1147SF    20 oz.    10.8 amps   79 watts 
2-Cell  7.4v  GWS 1170DD    23 oz.    10.5 amps   83 watts 
2-Cell  7.4v   Emax 1050CF*     12 oz.   8.25 amps   65 watts 
2-Cell  7.4v  APC 10 x 5E    15 oz.   7.60 amps  61 watts

*Emax 1050CF props are carbon-fiber props commonly used for multi-rotor aircraft.

Please be aware that the battery used can make a tremendous amount of difference in the performance of brushless motors. The above data was obtained using batteries in good condition that were fully charged. Thrust and amp draw may be less with the use of batteries rated at lower amp output, and slightly more using batteries rated for higher amp output. Other factors, such as ESC timing and variations in actual motor KV can affect the performance of brushless motors as well. We recommend the use of a Watt Meter to test the current draw of your particular power system, especially if you plan to use a prop that pushes the motor near it’s maximum amp rating.