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DJI Announcing The New DJI E310 and E800 Tuned Propulsion Sy

Discussion in 'Other DJI Multi-Rotors' started by DJI Innovations, Jan 29, 2015.

  1. DJI Innovations

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    DJI has released E310 and E800 Tuned Propulsion Systems for multirotors. These advanced motor packages represent the latest generation of propulsion systems and have been fine-tuned to deliver excellent performance for a range of platforms.

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    E800 Motor Package

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    The E310 Tuned Propulsion System was designed for multirotors weighing 1-2.5kg, and the E800 Tuned Propulsion System was designed for multirotors weighing 3kg-5kg.

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    E310 Motor Package

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    Both systems feature single-strand winding technology in the motors for unparalleled power and consistency, aerodynamically designed Z-blade propellers, and Smart ESCs.

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    The Smart ESCs reduce power consumption, enhance maneuverability, and provide two-way communication between the aircraft and the pilot. Now, the pilot can receive diagnostic and performance information on their motors in real time.
    E800 ESC

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    E310 ESC

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    These performance advances are accompanied by new spark-proof circuitry that make the E310 and E800 safer, more reliable, and more durable.

    Upgrading your system to the E310 or E800 is quick and easy, with plug-and-go functionality enabling you to get in the air right away.

    For more information, please visit:
    http://www.dji.com/product/e310

    http://www.dji.com/product/e800
     
  2. Tallyrver

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    Re: DJI Announcing The New DJI E310 and E800 Tuned Propulsio

    This hobby is kinda like buying a new flat screen tv , by the time you get home there's a better one to replace it.
    I just built my first F450 this week with the 300 kit...now this! :shock: