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Hi all,

 

I have two of the Sloting plus motors.

 

The Rally (SLPL 2200) and the Speed (SLPL 2201)

And since there is not much known about them i thought i would do a test.

 

I also have a new rpm checker for a few months now but never used it :o

I thought this would be a good opportunity to test my new gadget and see what the motors do.

So i had made a device to fit on the engines to measure there rpm's with my rpm checker.

 

DSC01136.jpg

 

version #1

 

DSC01133.jpg

DSC01134.jpg

 

Simple but effective, i used and old pinion which i jammed into the back of this sanding disk.

placed a plastic piece of reflective tape and of we go...:)

 

one little thing :o

 

That disk flying around at more then 20.00rpm did not make me feel that comfortable :lol:

 

So version 2 came to life...

 

DSC01140.jpg

 

DSC01141.jpg

 

Simpler safer and easier to work with.

 

I used an old tooth wheel taken out of an old car CD player,

it fits perfect on the axle and allows also to have a little piece of reflective tape to be attached to it ^_^

 

OK so back to the testing....

 

Engine #1

 

DSC01131-1.jpg

DSC01132.jpg

 

The Sloting plus Rally (SLPL 2200)

18.000 rpm @ 12V

With 230g/cm torque

160ma

 

I tested it at two different heights of voltage..12V 1200ma & 16V 800ma*

 

*standard Scaley sport powerbase

 

At 12V i tested:

21530 rpm as highest rpm.

21330 rpm average rpm over 30 seconds.

 

DSC01151.jpg

DSC01152.jpg

 

 

At 16V* i tested:

27693 rpm as highest rpm.

27609 rpm as average rpm over 30 seconds.

 

*standard Scaley sport powerbase

 

DSC01159.jpg

DSC01156.jpg

 

 

 

Engine#2

 

DSC01138.jpg

DSC01139.jpg

 

The Sloting plus Speed (SLPL 2201)

21.000 rpm @ 12V

With 210 g/cm torque

190ma

 

I tested also tested this one at two different heights of voltage..12V 1200ma & 16V 800ma*

 

*standard Scaley sport powerbase

 

At 12V i tested:

27316 rpm as highest rpm.

27155 rpm average rpm over 30 seconds.

 

DSC01149.jpg

DSC01146.jpg

 

At 16V* i tested:

34707 rpm as highest rpm.

34693 rpm as average rpm over 30 seconds.

 

*standard Scaley sport powerbase

 

DSC01144.jpg

DSC01143.jpg

 

 

Overall appearance. they look very well made, i also like that the details 'burned' into the motors,

a good plus is the opening for air allowing plenty of cooling and easier cleaning.

 

I also had a look at there magnetic pull.

But i did that in a simple way as i do not have a Magnetic force meter yet (gauss / Tesla)

 

I compared them with a Ninco NC 5 on a Scalextric sport track piece and i found that they have significant more magnetic pull then a NC5.

 

So all in all i think these motors will be a good contribution-contender in the rally and roadrace scene.

 

Cheers,

Jaak


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Hi all,

 

I have two of the Sloting plus motors.

 

The Rally (SLPL 2200) and the Speed (SLPL 2201)

And since there is not much known about them i thought i would do a test.

 

I also have a new rpm checker for a few months now but never used it :o

I thought this would be a good opportunity to test my new gadget and see what the motors do.

So i had made a device to fit on the engines to measure there rpm's with my rpm checker.

 

DSC01136.jpg

 

version #1

 

DSC01133.jpg

DSC01134.jpg

 

Simple but effective, i used and old pinion which i jammed into the back of this sanding disk.

placed a plastic piece of reflective tape and of we go...:)

 

one little thing :o

 

That disk flying around at more then 20.00rpm did not make me feel that comfortable :lol:

 

So version 2 came to life...

 

DSC01140.jpg

 

DSC01141.jpg

 

Simpler safer and easier to work with.

 

I used an old tooth wheel taken out of an old car CD player,

it fits perfect on the axle and allows also to have a little piece of reflective tape to be attached to it ^_^

 

OK so back to the testing....

 

Engine #1

 

DSC01131-1.jpg

DSC01132.jpg

 

The Sloting plus Rally (SLPL 2200)

18.000 rpm @ 12V

With 230g/cm torque

160ma

 

I tested it at two different heights of voltage..12V 1200ma & 16V 800ma*

 

*standard Scaley sport powerbase

 

At 12V i tested:

21530 rpm as highest rpm.

21330 rpm average rpm over 30 seconds.

 

DSC01151.jpg

DSC01152.jpg

 

 

At 16V* i tested:

27693 rpm as highest rpm.

27609 rpm as average rpm over 30 seconds.

 

*standard Scaley sport powerbase

 

DSC01159.jpg

DSC01156.jpg

 

 

 

Engine#2

 

DSC01138.jpg

DSC01139.jpg

 

The Sloting plus Speed (SLPL 2201)

21.000 rpm @ 12V

With 210 g/cm torque

190ma

 

I tested also tested this one at two different heights of voltage..12V 1200ma & 16V 800ma*

 

*standard Scaley sport powerbase

 

At 12V i tested:

27316 rpm as highest rpm.

27155 rpm average rpm over 30 seconds.

 

DSC01149.jpg

DSC01146.jpg

 

At 16V* i tested:

34707 rpm as highest rpm.

34693 rpm as average rpm over 30 seconds.

 

*standard Scaley sport powerbase

 

DSC01144.jpg

DSC01143.jpg

 

 

Overall appearance. they look very well made, i also like that the details 'burned' into the motors,

a good plus is the opening for air allowing plenty of cooling and easier cleaning.

 

I also had a look at there magnetic pull.

But i did that in a simple way as i do not have a Magnetic force meter yet (gauss / Tesla)

 

I compared them with a Ninco NC 5 on a Scalextric sport track piece and i found that they have significant more magnetic pull then a NC5.

 

So all in all i think these motors will be a good contribution-contender in the rally and roadrace scene.

 

Cheers,

Jaak

 

Hi, I was going to ask if you have a Slotting Plus Speed 2 motor to test, but I guess if you had you most likely would have shown it and the results along with these. I have just got hold of one of these motors and it would be nice to know what the performance is on paper and what your opinion is of the motor in general and compared the the other motors in your tests.

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Could someone else copy all this again then we can go for the Guinness Book of Records longest thread of mindless drivel. Welcome back Jaaak, where you bin we've missed you. :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Yes and the test results are way off target!

 

I recently tested the Rally motor for my Oz Rally car and it tested at 17,300 RPM at 12volts.

 

I also ran test on the 21,000 motor and that was also about 500 RPM over spec!

I suspect that the power supply he was using was not regulating very well.

 

Mark: If you use the large Reverse type REPLY link at the bottom of the page it will not copy all the previous thread and saves a lot of bandwith.


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Hey hey,

 

 

Thanks Chris ^_^

 

 

Phil,

 

My test was acurate but using a Standerd scaley power suply as stated in my post,

which is rated at around 16V not 12V.

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Jaak the Scalex power base don,t have any real regulation. You should run the tests again when you get your nice new regulated supply.

When testing motors I turn the supply on for about 10 minutes as the voltage will vary by about 0. 3 to 0.4 volts as the power supply temperature changes,so I wait for it to stabilize before running any tests.


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Tassie Resins

 

Email

 

 

 

 

 

 

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