High performance AXI electric motors have been produced by MODELMOTORS Ltd. since 2001.
Our company has specialised in the development and production of electric motors for use in models of all types. The first AXI motor, the AXI 2820/10 was designed in 2001, and uses the concept of a brushless motor with an outer rotating case called an outrunner (derived from the German Ausenlaufer). Production of the AXI 2820/10 started in the Autumn or Fall of 2001 and the 2820/10 quickly became a world wide best seller that was synonymous with high performance. As a result of our experience with AXI outrunner motors our company has developed an extensive range of excellent AXI motors for use in model aeroplanes, helicopters, and boats.
AXI motors are produced to the very highest standards using the very latest materials as they become available and AXI motors are continually being improved as the result of our considerable experience with these motors. Among the main benefits of AXI outrunner motors is the very high efficiency through a wide range of loads resulting in longer flight times. AXI motors with a rotating case have high torque characteristics and the ability to turn large diameter and high pitch propellers with high efficiency on direct drive. AXI outrunners can operate at higher current levels and offer a very good weight/power ratio.
AXI motors with their high quality of manufacturing, reliability and high technical specification are the best available on the market.
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BASIC RECOMMENDATIONS FOR AN AXI POWER SYSTEM
A powerful and effective power systemfor your model requires the choice ofsuitable and matching components.A complete power system consists offollowing components:Propeller - is connected to the electric motor and is usedto move air which in turn accelerates the model.AXI motors - turn large propellerswhich are more effective at moving air.Electronic Speed Controller - is fed withDC voltage from batteries and controlsthe RPM of AXI motors. BEC (BatteryEliminator Circuit) controllers can alsopower the radio receiver for controllingthe model.Battery - source of electrical energy fordriving the motor. The battery usuallyconsists of Lithium Polymer or NiMhcells.Designing the optimum power systemfor a certain model demands some knowledge andexperience. An educated guess of a suitable powersystem can be made following a simple rule. An argumentfor choosing an AXI motor is the power to weight ratio ofthe finished model.
Electric motors manufactured by Modelmotors are marked with name and numbers with slash. Name meanstype of motor (eg.: AXI - brushless 14-pole outrunner, MiniAC - brushless two-pole inrunner). First twonumbers mean diameter of stator and next two numbers length of stator in mm. Simplified the bigger diameterand length the bigger power of motor. The number behind the slash is winding number. The lower windingnumber the higher RPM and current capacity.