HYPERION P19 Series
Brushless High-RPM OutRunners

See General Guide for Brushless Motor/Controller installation here.

With the P19 series motors Hyperion continues the tradition of top performance in motors which perfectly fit your needs. From front to back, only the highest quality materials and components are used.  The P19 series have the advantage of high-torque OutRunner design, but are specifically designed for high-rpm applications.  Two different magnet arrangements allow you to choose the motor that suits your needs for rpm. 
 

APPLICATIONS - P1913 Series
P1913 motors all have 180W watts max continuous power handling capability.  Note, however, that each has a max continuous amperage as well. To reach ~180W continuous with the P1913-10 Direct-Drive Motor, for example, would require use of a 4S battery pack at 12A max. Typically, the P1913-10 would instead be used with 2S or 3S battery, in models which require a larger prop and which may use a lighter battery. For all P1913 Max short time current (15 seconds) is 20% over continuous specs, given adequate cooling airflow. In some cases where cooling airflow is very good, such as EDF, max continuous ratings may possibly be safely exceeded. But it is YOUR responsibility to check motor temperature during initial flights. The motors should never exceed 65 Celsius, as they are normally very efficient and cool-running.  See detailed Prop Data for each Direct-Drive (3mm Shaft) Motor below.

P1913 Direct-Drive Motor with 3.0mm Output Shaft
P1913-06
DirectDrive
3.0mm Shaft
Prop Data
 100W~180 Watts (17A max continuous)
 Very fast models: Pylon, Mini Speed Wings, Racer Warbirds
 Example 4.7x4.7 prop, 3S lithium 1200~2100mAh
 Typical Model Weight 350~600g
P1913-08
DirectDrive
3.0mm Shaft
Prop Data
 90W~150W (14A max continuous)
 Medium-fast models, Foamy Warbirds
 Example 6x5.5 APC E, 3S lithium 800mAh~1500mAh
 Typical Model Weight 300~550g
P1913-10
DirectDrive
3.0mm Shaft
Prop Data
 75W~120W (12A max continuous)
 Light-Wing-Load Models such as Shockflyer, Hydro, etc
 Example 7x4 SF 3S, 9x3.8SF 2S  600mAh~1200mAh
 Typical Model Weight 220g~500g
P1913 High-RPM Motors for applications in gearboxes, helicopters, and Ducted Fans - in a speed magnet configuration "M", with choices of 2.0mm or 2.3mm output shaft diameters.

P1913M in XG400 Gearbox
 GWS EDF55  P1913-06M-20
 P1913-08M-20
2.0mm shaft See EDF Data
and
Install Guide
HERE
 GWS EDF64  P1913-06M-20
 P1913-08M-20
 "300" Gearbox  P1913-06M-20
 P1913-08M-20
2.0mm shaft

See Data
and
Details HERE

 "400" Gearbox  P1913-06M-23
 P1913-08M-23
2.3mm shaft
 Micro Heli   Any P1913-06M with appropriate-sized pinion (piccolo, etc)


P1913  SPECIFICATIONS

  HP-P1913-06 HP-P1913-08 HP-P1913-10 HP-P1913-06M HP-P1913-08M
Stator Diam. mm 19
Magnet Length mm 13
Weight g 47.5 44.5
Outside Diameter mm 23.65
Length mm 26.8mm (excluding shaft)
Output Shaft Diameter mm M3.0 M2.0 or M2.3
Mount Screw Diameter mm M2.5 @ 16mm spacing(S400) AND M3.0 @ 17mm spacing(S300)
Max eff. Current A 10-14 8-11 6-9 10-14 8-11
Max Continuous Current A 17 14 12 17 14
LiPo cells max "S" 5 6 6 3 4
Winding 6T 8T 10T 6T 8T
Resistance Ohm .0493 .0748 .1125 .0493 .0748
Io A @ 6.0V 1.25 0.90 0.58 1.78 1.18
KV rpm/V 2080 1630 1220 3700 2880
Recommended ESC HP-TITAN-20P
HP-TITAN-30P
HP-TITAN-20P
HP-TITAN-30P
HP-TITAN-20P HP-TITAN-20P
HP-TITAN-30P
HP-TITAN-20P
HP-TITAN-30P
APPLICATIONS - P1919 Series
P1919 motors all have 250W watts max continuous power handling capability.  Note, that each has a max continuous amperage as well.  For all P1919 Max short time current (15 seconds) is 20% over continuous specs, given adequate cooling airflow. Note, however, that the motors can handle much higher currents for shorter bursts, such as seen when helicopters initially pitch up.  The amazing P1919-04M for T-Rex 450 class helicopters, for example, can easily handle momentary currents of 40A, and end the flight just warm  First see detailed Prop Data for each Direct-Drive (3mm Shaft) Motor below.  Direct drive motors can be Backmounted (radial mount) using HP-P19-BKMNT.


P1919 Direct-Drive Motor with 3.0mm Output Shaft

P1919-04
DirectDrive
3.0mm Shaft
Prop Data
 150W~250 Watts (24A max continuous)
 Fast models: 400 Flying Wings, Racer Warbirds
 Example 6x4 prop, 3S lithium 1200~2100mAh
 233W, 750g thrust, 72mph pitch speed
 Typical Model Weight 500~900g
P1919-06
DirectDrive
3.0mm Shaft
Prop Data
 120W~210W (18A max continuous)
 Medium-fast models, Foamy Warbirds
 Example 7x5 APC E, 3S lithium 1200mAh~2100mAh
 202W, 712g thrust, 61mph pitch speed
 Typical Model Weight 500~900g
P1919-06
DirectDrive
3.0mm Shaft
 Gliders 1.2~1.6M Wingspan
 Example 9x5 or 9x6 GR Folder, 2S lithium 800~1200mAh
 200W, ~650g Thrust, ~44mph pitch speed
 Typical Model Weight 380~550g
P1919 High-RPM Motors for applications in Gearboxes, Ducted Fans, and especially T-Rex 450 class helicopters - in a speed magnet configuration "M", with 2.3mm output shaft diameter. Special endbell fan provides tremendous cooling airflow through the motor.


P1919M Special Motor

 Trex 450
 Max 3D
 P1919-04M-23 13T pinion, set Tx curve / governor for 2800~3050rpm headspeed
 Trex 450
 Max Flight Time
 P1919-06M-23 15T pinion, set Tx curve / governor for 2500~2700rpm headspeed
 EDF  P1919-04M-23 Not tested yet, but should be superb in Wemo MicroFan!
 "400" Gearbox  P1919-04M-23 Not tested yet, but gear for 18A to 28A for max efficiency vs max 3D power
P1919  SPECIFICATIONS
  HP-P1919-04 HP-P1919-06 HP-P1919-04M HP-P1919-06M
Stator Dia. mm 19
Magnet Length mm 19
Weight g 58.1 56.7
Outside Diameter mm 23.65
Length mm 33.3 (excluding shaft)
Output Shaft Diameter mm M3.0 M2.3
Mount Screw Diameter 2x M2.5 @ 16mm spacing(S400)
Max eff. Current A 16~18A 11~15A 16~18A 11~15A
Max Continuous Current A 24 18 24 18
LiPo cells max "S" 5 6 3 4
Winding 4T 6T 4T 6T
Resistance Ohm .0359 .0607 .0359 .0607
Io A @ 6.0V 2.3 1.48 2.72 1.73
KV rpm/V 2165 1830 3960 2860
Recommended ESC HP-TITAN-30P
TITAN-35PSW3
HP-TITAN-20P
HP-TITAN-30P
TITAN-35PSW3 HP-TITAN-30P
TITAN-35PSW3

The TITAN-35-PSW3 is a perfect match for the P1919-xxM motors, and the ultimate ESC for applications such as Trex-450 Class Helicopters, 480-Class EDF Jets, and 25e 3D Aerobatic models.... New TITAN WARNING LED system tells you the state of flight pack voltage during the flight, so you aren't caught off guard when auto-cut kicks in (and even allows you to safely turn auto-cut off entirely). The 4A Cool Switching BEC can handle high loads from Digital Servos and Gyro, even with 6S flight pack. Hyperion NET Noise Elimination Technology insures uninterrupted control of your model.  New V3 Firmware includes various improvements, including a super-soft 15-second spool when Heli Governor Mode is enabled, to spare your main gear, and Auto-Cut Cell Voltage settings from 2.0V to 3.2V/cell, to handle any lithium chemistry, including A123 Racing cells...

 
P19 Series Mechanical Details:  The stators are hand-wound in an optimal pattern for copper packing, so we get less resistance for a given number of turns.  The stator plates are produced via a CNC process that insures uniformity, and made of the best Japanese silicon steel with superior permeability at high induction.  The plates are finished with a lifetime anti-oxidant coating, to eliminate losses which can occur due to magnetic shorting from corrosion, and made from thin material for high efficiency. 

The P19 magnets are carefully selected for the magnetic field strength which gives highest efficiency at the target rpm, and are rounded on both bell and stator sides. The design means that contact area with the bell is complete, and this has two benefits:  First, heat transfer is maximized, so the magnets are much less subject to damage from overheating.  Second, the full contact with the bell on one side, and matching curvature to the stator on the other, means that the magnetic flux lines are complete and optimally shaped;  this means higher efficiency, lower incidence of motor stalling, and smoother starts.  The magnets themselves are produced in one of the foremost factories in the world, and are the latest type, featuring both an extremely high temperature rating and high magnetic strength.

P19 motors can achieve real-world efficiency as high as 85.1%.  While some other manufacturers have claimed better figures than this for similar-sized motors, none of them have been better than 80% efficient in our lab tests, using the same equipment and method as with the P19 tests.  Try a P1913-06 motor with 5x5 prop and 3s lithium pack, just for fun (17A static, 180W).  Hold the throttle wide open during the flight (better be a model that can handle speed!) and check the motor temp after landing.  You'll be astonished to find that the tiny 47.5g motor is barely warmer than the surrounding air!

Tech Comments on P1919 TRex450 Tests

P1919-M04

This gives outstanding aerobatic performance with a modest flight time of about 7 minutes with continuous flips, loops and climbs. This setup has amazing climb-out! The setup described gives a constant headspeed of 2750 and excellent 3D performance. Use the ESC in GOV mode Range 3 with a flat line ‘throttle curve’ of 33% as a starting setup.

Tested with

TRex SE V2 (With Carbon Blades) AL-KX015043A
Motor HP-P1919-M04
13T Pinion (2.3mm bore) HP-PIN0523-13
ESC with LED voltage warning  HP-TITAN-35-PSW3
USB Programming Adaptor for Titan ESC HP-TI-PRGUSB
2200mAh 23C 44A continuous LiPo HP-LVX2200
Digital Tail Servo HP-DS12GCP
Futaba GY401 Gyro

P1919-M06

This is the best motor for duration flying and for beginner to intermediate pilots. With a 15T pinion you can expect flight times of 9 to 10 minutes, or even longer with a 14T pinion. On this motor a TRex 450 performs standard aerobatics such as rolls and loops very nicely. Use the ESC in GOV mode Range 3 with 27% flatline ‘throttle curve’ for a head speed of 2750 as a starting setup.

Tested with

TRex SE V2 (With Carbon Blades) AL-KX015043A
Motor HP-P1919-M06
15T Pinion (2.3mm bore)  HP-PIN0523-15
ESC with LED voltage warning  HP-TITAN-35-PSW3
USB Programming Adaptor  HP-TI-PRGUSB
2200mAh 23C 44A continuous LiPo HP-LVX2200
Digital Tail Servo HP-DS12GCP
Futaba GY401 Gyro

See General Guide for Brushless Motor/Controller installation here.