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Deans Motors
« on: 25 September 2011, 10:45:27 »
Do Deans have any performance figures for their motors.
Such as free running rpm on a nominated voltsge, stall current etc?

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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #1 on: 27 September 2011, 17:11:58 »
as far as i know, this is being worked on, and as time passes will be entered into the online shop.

previously the Motors were not really advertised as single items, they were meant to be bought with the relevent kit, as stated in the instruction as recommendations.


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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #2 on: 08 October 2011, 21:06:03 »
BUt as they are ideal for some applications surely the more that are sold the bigger the next order so the price MIGHT go down increasing profit.
I cant see Ron refusing THAT!!

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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #3 on: 31 March 2013, 23:04:35 »
Any further news?

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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #4 on: 01 April 2013, 09:46:18 »
sorry not heard any thing yet... I'll ask again..

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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #5 on: 01 April 2013, 17:50:16 »
i hope this helps you in your choice of motor...!!

attached is a PDF of the motor specifications...

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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #6 on: 09 June 2013, 10:34:08 »
it certainly does, many thanks.

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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #7 on: 20 August 2013, 21:19:34 »
Brushed.

Sorry for the short answer but nothing more I can say.

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No answer is insanely obvious if you don't know the answer and everyone has to ask something at some point so keep asking and people will help on here.  Better to ask than to c*%$ it up.
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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #8 on: 28 September 2013, 12:22:06 »
Which Kyte motor is the "bog standard" one ?  On my invoice it just says "164" and I cannnot see this number listed on the spec sheet.  They are now installed so I cannot read the label for more clues.
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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #9 on: 28 September 2013, 15:12:13 »
there is only one Kyte motor...!!
being as this one has the online shop part number as 164, then i would imaging its this one...
http://www.deansmarine.co.uk/shop/product_info.php/cPath/5_13/products_id/201

the others have number beheind there name..!!

if your refering to the Motor spc PDF... on there it is also listed as "Kyte" after the the kondor and kestrel and before the black...

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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #10 on: 01 July 2018, 10:03:06 »
Is there also a sheet available on the ESC's? So to determine wich ESC to use, or how many.

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Re: Deans Motors
« Reply #11 on: 02 July 2018, 12:35:08 »
I am not to sure one would need a sheet for ESC's as most ESC have a number in there name, this number refers most of the time to the amount of amps it can handle. .

For example... a marine20 ESC would probably be able to handle 20 amps continues...

By looking at the maximum current drawn by the motor, you can then work out which ESC you will need..

Let's say you have two motors that draw 10 amps, you then have the choice of putting in two ESC's at a rating no less than 10, or one ESC with no less than a rating of 20.. better of higher..

This is all to be on the safe side, it's always better to get a higher rated ESC and not get it blown into black smoke, saves in the long run on the penny's getting spent on new ESC...

Or you could put a fuse in between the controller and the motor, in this event the fuse would blow instead of the ESC, but this would leave your boat in the middle of the pond without any power..