Up for sell one new Turnigy CA120 motor. It was bought a year or so back for a project that never saw a daylight. It's the original model with thicker magnets, 28 poles, 24 teeth (current CA120 being sold on HK
is 20 pole, 18 teeth). It's a quality motor, even the rotor is balanced at factory!
It also has three professionally installed hall sensors (with +3 on alternative positions).
Hall sensors are TLE4935L
(6 pcs. total). Glued in with two-component epoxy. Three of them are connected and three are just hanging there as an alternative position. The halls are connected to shielded cable, with mini-USB connector at the end (smallest practical connector I could find).
The colored heatshrinks added by me. These are the thicker ones for better protection.
Phase connectors are quality, gold-plated 8mm bullets. Wires are silicone, 8mm²/awg8. These are disconnectable, because heatshrinks are from two parts, one going on top of another - made for waterproofing.
The motor is tested with current hall sensor location. In following video it runs on 48V PSU and creap/old 20A analogue crystalyte controller:
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