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Old 09-02-2005, 08:10 PM   #1
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Motor Checkers, Trinity vs Orion vs Integy vs Much More

Well as the title states what are some of the pros and cons about these different motor checkers.

Trinity

Team Orion

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and any other that I missed. I am wanting to get one but would like to know which one actually gives you the most usable data. I know that you cannot compare numbers to numbers of the different units.

Any and all input good or bad.

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Old 09-02-2005, 08:41 PM   #3
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Much More the original !!!
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Old 09-02-2005, 09:00 PM   #4
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I think Much-More MotorMaster V3.0C is the best motorchecker.

I had used V1.0, I`m always satisfied with MM MotorMaster.

Of course I`m using the latest version(V3.0C).

V3.0C means that tested by Surikarn Chaidejsuriya who 2002 ISTC World

Champion.

CTX test and Quick test are very convenience.

Orion Motorchecker is OEM product by MuchMore.

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integy, peak racing and team orion's are oem versions of the Team Much More Racing motor checker.

The newest version has the following features:
- Motor break in
- Motor pulse break in
- CTX-Test 6cell/ 4cell mode
Peak amp - How much current flowed when motor starts)
6 or 4 step's current(at 1.2V, 2.4V, 3.6V, 4.8V, 6.0V, 7.2V)
Average current of 6 or 4 steps

also lets you measure RPM and amp draw so you can compare your different motors. you can also power your lathe with it.

you can find more information at: http://www.much-more.co.kr
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Hebiki..

I know Integy motor dyno is something different..

But your description is exact.

I use break in mode to 23T stock motor.

Especialy pulse(1~5) and cycle(0~99), dead time are convinience.

CTX test mode shows condition of your motor.

Quick test mode is set Volteage and run your motor by set Volteage

about 2~5secs.

It`s very useful for adjusting modified motor`s timing.

Sorry for my poor english.


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