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ckk.post
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Quadcopter with E1200 pro
Have plans to build a quadcopter with E1200 pro
where it will lift up to 7kg all in all
Does anyone have experience with these motor
can they do it?

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I have them on a S900.  Based on the specs, Takeoff Weight Max        1700 g/rotor (Sea Level), that should work.
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Tahoe_Ed Posted at 2017-9-30 12:50
I have them on a S900.  Based on the specs, Takeoff Weight Max        1700 g/rotor (Sea Level), that should work.

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where do you see the specifications
max take off weight 1700 g
can only see recommended  take off weight 1400 g
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ckk.post Posted at 2017-9-30 22:37
Thank you
where do you see the specifications
max take off weight 1700 g

Have you checked the product page for the S 900 copter? You can find that info here: http://www.dji.com/spreading-wings-s900/info#specs
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DJI-Mark Posted at 2017-10-2 08:01
Have you checked the product page for the S 900 copter? You can find that info here: http://www.dji.com/spreading-wings-s900/info#specs

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no, I have not found anything there either
since it's not a s900
I will build
but can see the  e1200 pro have  a max trust of 3900g
then it should be possible and lift up to 8 kg at 50% throttle
and because I only need it for photography
and if you can count on the specifications
then should the motors  not become overloaded too much
what do you think
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ckk.post Posted at 2017-10-2 10:14
Thank
no, I have not found anything there either
since it's not a s900

Take a few test flights with your set up to make sure that everything is functioning as should be.
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DJI-Mark Posted at 2017-10-2 11:15
Take a few test flights with your set up to make sure that everything is functioning as should be.

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I will do that
but what are you thinking in terms of motor power
can it be done
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ckk.post Posted at 2017-10-2 11:44
Thanks
I will do that
but what are you thinking in terms of motor power

You would be best to make sure that everything is working up to speed. Hard to say based on hypothetical. Best to test fly it to see in a controlled setting.
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DJI-Mark Posted at 2017-10-2 11:54
You would be best to make sure that everything is working up to speed. Hard to say based on hypothetical. Best to test fly it to see in a controlled setting.

okay
Will return with answers when I get time maybe this weekend
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DJI-Mark Posted at 2017-10-2 11:54
You would be best to make sure that everything is working up to speed. Hard to say based on hypothetical. Best to test fly it to see in a controlled setting.


DJI-Mark Posted at 2017-10-2 11:54
You would be best to make sure that everything is working up to speed. Hard to say based on hypothetical. Best to test fly it to see in a controlled setting.
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okay
Will return with answers when I get time maybe this weekend
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keller


I just forgot and answered here it flies great
They can handle the weight without any problems

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