DJI 2312 Motor : Compatible with 450 mm DIY QuadCopter

I am building a diy quadcopter & have been looking for 2312 motors, approximately 1000kv, for the 450 mm airframe. Fortunately, these phantom 2 replacement motors are pretty much what i was looking for. The motor mounts allow theses motors to bolt directly to the airframe without adapter plates. I also bought two clockwise rotating motors.

Be great with a soldering iron.

This is a authentic dji motor, in unique dji packaging. Notice that counter clock clever (ccw) is the silver motor. This is the newer motor but basically only the oldest phantom2 quads have the more mature motor. I have a phantom2, non-eyesight model, and i experienced the new 960kv motors. The older motors look a tiny various so compare the image and you may know if this is the correct motor. Past detail, my motors had no figuring out markings on the motor housing (as opposed to the replacements), but you can notify by the shape which one particular you have. The package deal i received was accurately the photograph, so i is not going to hassle submitting my photograph. Includes new mounting screws with lock-tite.

Model three motors are now less expensive than the v2 motors i purchased earlier this time. Properly worthy of the update, thinking about 1 of my v2 motors dropped my bird a hundred ft in the air. Never forget to reduce the inventory wires in the center, and solder to the aspect of the esc board. Somewhat simple solder career, excellent observe for fixing other connections on your craft.

I purchased just in case one of my motors crapped out on my phantom vision 2+.

DJI 2312 Motor with CCW Rotation for Phantom 2 Quadcopter

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  • DJI 2312 Motor CCW – OEM
  • Used for Phantom 2 and Phantom 3(Not Compatible with Phantom 2 Vision)
  • Used as Phantom 2 part 11 and Phantom 3 part 7
  • Made by DJI Innovations

DJI 2312 Motor with CCW Rotation for Phantom 2 Quadcopter :

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DJI 2312 Motor with CCW Rotation for Phantom 2 Quadcopter
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  1. This is a real dji motor, in original dji packaging. Note that counter clock wise (ccw) is the silver motor. This is the newer motor but basically only the oldest phantom2 quads have the older motor. I have a phantom2, non-vision version, and i had the new 960kv motors. The older motors look a little different so compare the picture and you’ll know if this is the correct motor. Last thing, my motors had no identifying markings on the motor housing (unlike the replacements), but you can tell by the shape which one you have. The package i got was exactly the picture, so i won’t bother posting my photo. Includes new mounting screws with lock-tite.
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    This is a real dji motor, in original dji packaging. Note that counter clock wise (ccw) is the silver motor. This is the newer motor but basically only the oldest phantom2 quads have the older motor. I have a phantom2, non-vision version, and i had the new 960kv motors. The older motors look a little different so compare the picture and you’ll know if this is the correct motor. Last thing, my motors had no identifying markings on the motor housing (unlike the replacements), but you can tell by the shape which one you have. The package i got was exactly the picture, so i won’t bother posting my photo. Includes new mounting screws with lock-tite.
    1. Version 3 motors are now cheaper than the v2 motors i purchased earlier this season. Well worth the upgrade, considering one of my v2 motors dropped my bird 100 feet in the air. Don’t forget to cut the stock wires in the middle, and solder to the side of the esc board. Relatively easy solder job, good practice for repairing other connections on your craft.
      1. Version 3 motors are now cheaper than the v2 motors i purchased earlier this season. Well worth the upgrade, considering one of my v2 motors dropped my bird 100 feet in the air. Don’t forget to cut the stock wires in the middle, and solder to the side of the esc board. Relatively easy solder job, good practice for repairing other connections on your craft.

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