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Old 10-02-2018, 01:38 AM   #181 (permalink)
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Sweet! You replaced MKS?

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Sweet! You replaced MKS?

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Yeah I wanted to try coreless. So far I really like them.
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aren't the brushless supposed to be better than the coreless ?
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aren't the brushless supposed to be better than the coreless ?


Some claim the coreless are faster off center.


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Some claim the coreless are faster off center.
Yeah supposedly the coreless are faster off center which should in theory give a more responsive, connected feel. I have coreless servos (KST) on my Logo 480xx and Gaui NX4 and really liked how they feel so I thought I'd try some here just out of curiosity and also because I just had the itch to buy something at the time and they were on sale.
It definitely feels more responsive. But they are faster than the MKS too so I'm sure that's part of it.
I also have coreless (MKS) on my new 516 and it also feels very good to me. Coincidence? Maybe. I dunno, but I plan to stick with coreless from now on.
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Thanks.

Yes, coreless seem to be the "best" for heli's now. Faster off center which I assume benefits the flight controller for a more connected feeling. I currently run brushless but am thinking my next assembly will be coreless.

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I have read several times that coreless are less current hungry (hence less likely to brown system out), but that may be situational...
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Old 10-02-2018, 01:28 PM   #188 (permalink)
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In my testing with planks (13 servos), I find brushless to use fewer mah and have lower current spikes. From my research it appears the newest coreless have lower current requirements than the previous generation. As you say, YMMV.

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thanks all for clarification
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Old 10-03-2018, 05:16 AM   #190 (permalink)
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Brushless V Coreless is like blondes vs brunettes, sports team choice, and religion. There’s very little actual difference in the real world and those with a strong preference will argue it to death.

My take? Almost no one will notice an actual performance difference in flight, and current etc has nothing to do with what type of motor it is. The only factual difference is brushless have no brushes to wear out so theoretically could last longer, however the motor is rarely the part that fails on a servo. Flip a coin, both are good.
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