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Hexrotor heavy lifting - It has the muscles
posted January 20 2011 20:05.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis

We've seen many different quadrotors, others big, others fast, others flexible... This musclecopter here, has six NTM Series 35-36A 910Kv / 350W, giving it the ability to lift up to some 7 kilos! Imagine that, it can lift two new-born children and replace a stork! The current that each motor draws with full load is 32 amperes, a total of 192 amperes for all six motors, some 2 KWatts of power! More info in this page.

[Link: rcgroups]
Tags: electronic project   remote control (RC)   wireless   mechanical   games and fun   

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