* Max Power (W) Note: C. at the point of M.O.P. = Current at the point the Maximum Output Power.
The maximum output power is the test value obtained when the voltage is 7.4V, the ESC timing is set to 0°. It is neither the maximum input power nor the rated power. The calculation formula used here is: RPM x Torque / 9550.
The value of the maximum output power is always lower than the value of the input power. Therefore, it’s meaningless to compare the maximum output power mentioned in the form above with the input power of motors of other brands. Besides, values in the form above may differ from the test data of other factories because of different test benches.
The input current at the point of the maximum output power is used for the load configuration and the ESC selection; here we strongly suggest users not make the load quota bigger than the “maximum output power point”, that means please don’t make the input current larger than the current at the maximum output power point.
As the power of these motors is not big, so they are not applicable for 4WD / Monster trucks and other high weights and heavy load vehicles or games need very great power. If forcibly use them in those conditions, perhaps they will get burnt. Hereby, we suggest users choose the 4-pole motor like XeRun-3660SD-G2 when high power is needed.