Measure BLDC thrust by household thing.

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Post on July 22,2017 05:42#1



This video tells how to measure thrust of any BLDC Motor with the available thing at home/workshop/lab. View full video which contain correct method as well as incorrect method too.
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Post on November 02,2017 08:44#2
awesome style

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Post on November 28,2017 16:17#3
Thanks, @kamlesh for your comment ;-)
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Post on November 30,2017 01:41#4
Wow, thanks for sharing. 
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Post on December 01,2017 06:49#5
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Post on December 28,2017 04:34#8

@bhavik_fpv: good and cheap way to get some idea of the thrust. I'd guess the actual thrust is higher because the airflow isn't optimal (ground affect). Have you ever tried putting the BLDC motor at a higher height like, say, atop a 10cm pole/frame (careful about stability though) to see if you get a significant different reading?


For those with some Arduino/STM32 abilities inclined to build their own thrust tester, this pressure sensor comes cheap (that's the type of sensor used in ready-made testers and some precision scales). A complete build should set you back of some $12-15. That's more expensive than a 5Kg precision scale though. Libraries for HX711 and displays are available all over the Internet. Don't use a pressure sensor out of an old bathroom scale, these are 0-60+Kg range or you'd probably lose lot of accuracy. 

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