MR - Drone Propellers
The Ultimate MultiRotor Propeller - Where Performance Meets Efficiency
The MR Series is our newest Multi-Rotor Drone propeller series designed especially for VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) vehicles. Released in November 2016, the new propeller series combines some amazing features and capabilities setting it aside from the competition. We have received a lot of questions about the performance, efficiency and technical characteristics of the MR drone propellers so we decided to dedicate this page providing more details.
Max thrust comparison performed with MT2216 kv1100 motor at 16V*
PERFORMANCE - Having the best propulsion system with the widest lift range is a design goal of every professional or hobby drone builder. Getting an extra 10% - 20% of thrust does matters for every application. By using our advanced CFD refined airfoil design we were able to achieve significantly higher maximum lift capabilities for the MR - MultiRotor propellers.
EFFICIENCY - Every extra minute of flight time counts. MR Propeller Series is up to 14% more efficient than offerings of leading competitors.*
BALANCE - Low Vibration profile – smooth, wobble-free aerial cinematography. The new MultiRotor Propeller Series is factory pre-balanced for minimum vibrations – thus addressing the problem at the source – something that no absorbers and up-scale gimbals can truly cope with. All MR propellers have exceptionally tight blade weight tolerances of less than 0.01g (0.00035oz) or better.
DURABILITY - The MR MultiRotor Propeller Series is manufactured from GFR Polymer composite for optimal strength / flexibility ratios.
Comparison Test performed with T-motor MT2216 kv900 - University of Alabama:
Comparison Test performed with T-motor MT2216 kv1100 - RC Benchmark:
*The information provided is based on comparison tests with Master Airscrew, APC and Graupner propellers performed by the Rotorcraft Systems Engineering and Simulation Center at the University of Alabama in Huntsville and RC Benchmark. For further details, please check the attached reports.
The full reports you can find here:
Rotorcraft Systems Engineering and Simulation Center, University of Alabama in Huntsville - Drone Propeller Performance Measurement- University of Alabama.pdf