I have a brushless Motor then i am using in conjunction with a ESC, powered by a Lithium Polymer Battery(3S 1300mah). I just got a new Lithium Polymer battery (6S 15000mah) from a friend and am planning on using it to power my motor.
From the motor details shown by the manufacturer here:- http://www.emaxmodel.com/views.asp?hw_id=15 , it shows the motor being rated at 3S 17A MAX. If i were to calculate it's wattage, it would be (4.2 * 3) * 17 = 219.3W, assuming a voltage of 4.2V per LiPo Cell. However, as 17A is the max rated current, and that the max continuous current is not given, i would be using 15A as an estimate, which would give me a wattage of 189 Watts.
While the motor is shown to be using 3S LiPo batteries, would i be able to power it with a 6S LiPo Battery with a lower current draw?( I'm assuming that the motor will draw less current since more voltage is supplied to it).
Am I right in thinking that i should be able to power the motor with a variety of voltages, as long as the power(voltage * current) does not exceed the max rated wattage of the motor?
If so, given an extreme example, would i be able to power the motor at 100V @ 1.89A(not that it would be feasible or would i ever do it), or is there a max limit to the voltage and/or a min limit to what the current supplied must be for the motor to work?
All thoughts, opinions and answers would be greatly appreciated.