CL-0615-14 coreless motor (speed: fast)
CL-0615-14 - the original Tiny Whoop (tm) motor.
Powerful allround motor, works great in the Blade Inductrix, Blade Nano QX, and as tail motor for the Blade CPX/S.
(note: wire color reversed. install blue/red where black/white is on the stock setup)
Warning: These motors are too power hungry for the stock packs!
You need strong batteries to run the 0615-14 motors at full performance.
The 205mah mylipo pack will deliver a lot of punch and maximum runtime.
The 150mah mylipo is strong and light, but flight times will be short.
The 175mah mylipo pack is a happy medium.
Warning: (applies only to the original Nano QX, without FPV)
This motor will turn your nQX into an insane jaw-dropping pocket rocket, but it will not like hovering!
Depending on the battery you use, you will see varying degrees of oscillations (wobble) during hover and slow flight in SAFE mode.
Wire colors are opposite than on all Blade models!
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- speed: 14.000Kv
- operating voltage: 1.5-3.7V
- max. thrust: 15g (direct drive)
- 1.0A load current at 3.7V (direct drive)
- lifetime rating: 5-6 hours
- can diameter: 6mm
- can length: 15mm
- shaft diameter: 0.8mm
- shaft length: 5mm
- weight: 1.8g
- wire length: 70mm
- plug: Micro-JST-1.25
To maximize performance and life span, don't run them in reverse!
(wire colors are reversed)
Motor rotation and correct polarity is indicated by the wire color:
clockwise: red +, blue -
counter clockwise: white +, black -
(note: wire colors are reversed in comparison with Blade stock motors.)
Please note: wire color coding is reversed from the stock motors. (Blade has decided to code their motors differently to everyone else in the industry..) Please click here for installation instructions!
If you are learning or just prefer slower flying, you should look at the CL-0615-11 instead. Battery life will be a bit better.
If you take off, and your Inductrix or Nano QX spins in circles and yaws like a micro frisbee on steriods, please note: wire colors are reversed. Your motors are installed in the wrong spots.