In the below post is from page 1 , say's that there are some jpegs from drive calc for a 80/85 motor but there isnt a link
I am just about to embark on trying some rewinds on the smaller bigger motors ( 8085's ) I never even thought about rewinding a motor before now and I am looking for a starting point where I can jump in ,
I know I should really work all the stuff out for myself but Im guessing that someone have already done the donkey work and has a very good starting point.
I want a Kv of around 100 - 120 in wye and Im guessing I need around 6/7 turns ( but I dont know yet what gauge wire I would need )
Is anyone using a re-wound 8085 and what sort of currents/performance are you getting ?
Thud wrote:Again, Thanks to Jeremy Harris.
I have found this chart to be super acurate with the 80/100 turnigys & all rpm's are assumed terminated in Delta...
for the Lower rpm Wye termination, Divide by 1.73 to get your Kv example- 132/1.73= 76kv
See how flexable these are for getting anything you want?
Next are some Jpeg's of drive calculator with some winding senario's
I compair the copper cross section's & resistance values of the wind senario..to get an idea of what I will end up with.
80-100 turnigy winds.zip
next some info for the 80/85 motor:
80-85 Turnigy winds.zip
that ought to get a few guys introuble