hello everybody.....just got into a big problem....actualy m making an rc plane as a project.....m done with control surfaces....but m not getting my circuit working even after my circuit is perfect..um i cant say perfect but i think its fine....i have turnigy 2200mah battery and hobbyking esc with bes enabled, four micro serovos from hobbyking, transmitter and reciever are flysky. I have connected my brushless outrunner to esc then esc to battery and reciever.is my circuit right or not....please help me out of this...give me the complete idea of attaching servo also...thank u all...
Can does anyone have a reading of amp draw compared to a standard HXT 9 gram? I'm really interested in this servo(aside from its obscene orange color..omg what were they thinking. I just don't want MORE current draw that the already hungry HXTs I have now
Digital servos usually draw more current, because of higher holding torque (more frequent position checking and correction) than analog.
Bought one of this servo just for trying, so have no any statistic. Externally looks good with hard smooth plastic. Has ball bearing on top of the output shaft. Highly detailed spline on this shaft, so no more hammer needed to mount servo arms. When powered, stays silent. No buzzing, no jittering. Moving is smooth, positioning is precise, without overrun. Measured travel with my own made servo controller, it shows pulse length from 820us to 2400us and arm travel near 150 degrees. Bandwidth somewhere near 2-3us (doesnt sense increment in pulse length less then 2-3us). Power consumption in standby mode is 3.15mA. Nice color, in real it looks more orange :-). Weight without arms is 10.5gr (just servo with wire). found some cons: -little play on output shaft, -in my opinion plastic on output shaft is weak, i broke one tooth when was lightly trying to manually rotate servo arm. So HK have to stock spare gears for such barbarians like me.
Fantastic servo for only a little over $ 3.Check out the two pictures on the file tab "nex door. One show the single chip, the other the gear train. And check the aluminum casing. It's a very nicely built servo and at a bargain price
I am testing this on the tail of my hk 450 with the turigy mems gyro. Doin mild 3d and so far no problems . Holds the tail solid . I am inpressed with the quietness of this servo. I definitly will buy more. Great price for Performance.