Champion Series 2205-2300kV Brushless Motor (325W, 2300kV) by Cobra
The Cobra Champion series motors are a powerhouse motor made for FPV Racing! A completely improved design that increases cooling and efficiency, these motors provide the ultimate power for your FPV Racing Quads. The stators are made with 0.20mm laminations for maximum efficiency and minimum Eddy Current losses. Since these motors are typically soldered directly to the speed controller to save weight, the CP-2205 motors come without bullet connectors, and feature extended pre-tinned motor leads that are 2-1/4 inches (55mm) long. These motors also have 3mm threaded holes in a 16x19mm pattern on the back plate for easy installation on your model.
The CP-2205 series motors feature an integrated 5mm threaded motor shaft which eliminates the chance of having a prop adapter spin off in flight. The included nylon insert prop nut, which has an integrated prop washer, provides a solid attachment for your propellers that will not loosen up and slip during use.
Also included with every Cobra CP-2205 Series Motor is a complete accessory pack, which includes everything you need to securely mount the motor to your quad frame, and to mount the prop to the motor.
Cobra CP-2205-2300 Motor Specifications:
Stator Diameter: 22.0 mm (0.866 in)
Stator Thickness: 5.0 mm (0.197 in)
Number of Stator Slots: 12
Number of Magnet Poles: 14
Motor Wind: 28 Turn Delta
Motor Kv Value: 2300 RPM per Volt
No Load Current (Io): 1.13 Amps @ 10 Volts
Motor Resistance (Rm) per Phase: 0.084 Ohms
Motor Resistance (Rm) Phase to Phase: 0.056 Ohms
Maximum Continuous Current: 22 Amps
Max Continuous Power (2-cell Li-Po): 245 Watts
Max Continuous Power (3-cell Li-Po): 325 Watts
Motor Weight: 29.8 grams (1.05 oz.)
Outside Diameter: 27.9 mm (1.098 in.)
Motor Shaft Diameter: 3.00 mm (0.118 in.)
Prop Shaft Diameter: 5.00 mm (0.197 in.)
Motor Body Length: 16.1 mm (0.634 in.)
Overall Shaft Length: 33.6 mm (1.323 in.)
Motor Timing: 5-10 degrees
PWM Frequency: 8 KHz
This product was added to our catalog on October 11, 2016.