|Powerline Micro 1015/2S Weights|
|Powerline micro 1015 2S version||78 g|
|RFM propeller 16 x 8.5||12 g|
|RFM 30mm Turbo Spinner||13 g|
|Lipo 2s 850 60C||55 g|
|YGE40 ESC||36 g|
|Firewall CFRP||1 g|
|Plugs and screws||2 g|
|Powerline Micro 1015/2S Specifications|
|Gearbox diameter||22.0 mm||0.87 in|
|Motor diameter||22.0 mm||0.87 in|
|Motor+GB length||60.0 mm||2.36 in|
|Shaft diameter||5.0 mm||0.20 in|
|Motor+GB weight||78.0 g||2.75 oz|
|Lead length||6.0 cm||2.36 in|
|Manufacturers Kv||6666 RPM/V|
|Manufacturers Geared Kv||988 RPM/V|
|Recommended battery||2S LiPo|
|Recommended prop||16 x 8|
|Input power||380 W|
|Max LiPo capacity||1.2 Ah|
|Supplied accessories||4 mounting screws, 4 washers, 3 3.5mm plugs & sockets|
Review by: Jiro Tachikawagood job！
There is enough power with this motor!
And this motor is light.
Review by: Ben ThomasOOOOPS
After an earlier good review, I must add something to it. 16 plus flights, I burned up motor and the ESC. Using recommend prop, 2 cell lipo. The problem is that in sending it back to Germany, the bill for repairing it (including all fees, shipping, customs, 5% added to paypal etc) is 205 euros. Ouch. Be very careful using this motor and let it cool down between launches. When I get it back, I'm going to use it in a 2 meter glider and under prop it to keep the heat down.
Review by: Ben ThomasA jewel of a motor
Used to motorize a Pulsar 3.6S Pro due to small diameter of motor and needing only 2 cells. Uses about 330Mah to get to 150 mtrs. in about 20 seconds on a 16/8 folding prop.and a 10 min flight after. Using a 1000mah Turnigy Graphine battery. A jewel of a motor. Recommend.