exactly this.. im making calculations (or try to make) for better understanding of how the craft behaves.. filling a form about power consumption in idle.. average load and max load.. without any payloads.. im very interested about the values in a log (taking some time as i want no wind to mild wind contitions.. 4 logs to compare the efficiency at each time) in power columns that motors consuming from start to end..

so if there is 8000 rpm and i divide it by four (makes it 2000rpm per motor in hover.. no wind) and then divide the value to 30 minutes of flighttime (i know thats not absolute but lets say that it hovers in no wind) that makes us 67 (its 66.66 and i rounded it up for ease) of 100 of the total power consumpion in hover..

in the scenario that there could be wind and say that message about max motor speed reached.. ive seen that in smode (no wind) it triggers the message in about 80% of total power.. know already that it weights about 3lbs (to calculate the drag) and here im stuck as i dont know the watts that its adressing per minute from the 15v battery to make the calulation about power consumption in 30 minutes..

yes i know there are no absolute values.. but im trying to calculate for better understanding the efficiency of the whole system

edit.. now i see how it goes (was typing with you at the same time 😁).. definetly was wrong in some calculations as i didnt put in the scenario the rest of electronics.. only the ppms i was looking.. oops 😁

edit2. where does the 2 value comes from when you did the multiply in watts?? think ive got a bit confused.. its 28 minutes right?? im a bit confused

@Phantomwolf