|Leomotion L3007-5000R 5:1 Specifications|
|Motor name||Leomotion L3007-5000||inrunner|
|Motor+GB weight||75 g||2.63 oz|
|Motor diameter||29.0 mm||1.14 in|
|Motor length||29.0 mm||1.14 in|
|Lead length||3.0 cm||1.18 in|
|Shaft diameter||6.0 mm||0.24 in|
|Mounting info||3 M2.5 holes on 14 mm diameter circle|
|Manufacturers Rm||45 mR|
|Manufacturers Kv||4900 RPM/V|
|Manufacturers Geared Kv||980 RPM/V|
|Manufacturers Io||2.0 A @ 10 V|
|Max efficiency (10 V)||82 % @ 21 A|
|Operating efficiency (10 V)||78 % @ 40 A|
|Motor & gearbox Km||46 Nm/W^.5 X1000|
|Motor & gearbox Km/Kg||615 Nm/(W^.5 Kg)|
|Recommended battery||3S LiPo|
|Rec max LiPo capacity||1 Ah|
|Supplied accessories||Mounting screws|
|3S LiPo Performance|
|Recommended prop||13x6; 12x8; 12x7; 12x6|
|Input power||390 W on 13x6 prop|
|Current||39 A on 13x6 prop|
|Rate of climb||7 m/s for 1200 g glider|
|Gearbox diameter||22.0 mm||0.87 in|
|Gearbox length||23.0 mm||0.91 in|
|Motor+GB length||52.0 mm||2.05 in|
|Estimated GB efficiency||95 %|
Review by: Bill Cooke
I too had similar results to Phil. I queried this with Leomotion and their response was;
'We recommend to use this motor only on very light planes well below 1500g and below 40A (with small batteries below 1300mAh)!
Otherwise use the 3013-4550!
Without cooling, there is no chance, that it can survive 40A.
Running in static situation, even worse the heating.'
Review by: Phil StevensonBe careful
Fitted this to a 1.6kg Stork. On 3 cells and 30 amps the motor got the model to only 150m in a F5J launch in 30 secs, not good enouygh. I switched to 4 cells (40amps) and burnt out the motor in 3 flights. My fault, although I got zero info in paper or on this site about what the motor is rated for. So probably only good for smaller models. Just be careful.