Two types of Drone Motors are used in RC, Brushless and Brushed motors. Brushless motors are used for larger models (such as racing drones, and any bigger models), and Brushed on the micro-drones and toy drones.
Ford has recently floated the idea of wanting to connect trucks, vans, pedestrians and everything else on the road to aerial delivery drones, and has already combined delivery trucks with unmanned aerial vehicles. In fact, drone delivery technology is not a recent development. Amazon is already in use in 2022, but has yet to be rolled out on a large scale.
According to a report by Global News Service on December 30, 2022, the global commercial drone market was $8.15 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach $47.38 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 28.58%. It is believed that as drone technology advances, commercial drones will also be increasingly used in the construction, agriculture and logistics industries. The motor, as the driving force of drone flight, also brings a lot of influence on the flight of drones. Do you know which motor is the most suitable for drone flight?
There are many factors to consider when choosing a motor for a drone, such as the size and weight of the drone, the type of payload it will carry, and the desired flight performance. Different types of motors also have different advantages and disadvantages, such as brushed motors that require frequent brush replacement but are cheaper. Brushed DC motors are relatively expensive but can provide high power and efficiency. Other factors to consider when choosing a motor include the motor's Kv rating, which determines its rotational speed, and its torque, which determines how much power it can deliver.
Although many motors can achieve enough power to drive a drone, the drone needs to overcome its own weight in order to fly, so it has high thrust-to-weight ratio requirements. If conventional motors are used, it is difficult for the drone to fly with other equipment. Brushless motors, on the other hand, can provide higher torque and generate more power, which also gives the model drone extra power to carry other devices, such as cameras or other items. Therefore, many people prefer to choose brushless motors when manufacturing drones.
Both brushless and brushed motors can be used as motors for drones, but brushed motors are generally used for the smallest drones, while larger drones tend to use brushless motors because they can carry extra weight.