An excellent quality metal geared, metal cased, high speed, high voltage servo that is SBUS/PWM compatible. With a width of only 12mm it would be perfect for wing applications where you want multiple servo's linked up in SBUS mode.
The D25SA is an affordable SBUS servo that is unusual as it can work in the 3 formats and we believe it is the only one which works in CPPM mode. This servo will not only work with SBUS and CPPM but it can also connect to a normal pulse width modulation (PWM) servo output
Warning: When working in SBUS/SBUS 11 mode please ensure that the correct channel number (1-16) is set. You can set the channel number of the servo with the FrSky SBUS Servo Channel Changer (see related items below), the default channel number is 1.
Modes: SBUS, SBUS 11, PWM, PPM(CPPM)
Dead Band: ± 1us
Working Frequency: 1520us/333Hz
Pulse Width: 800us~2200us
1 x D25SA Servo
1 x Cross type servo arm
1 x Half servo arm
1 x Servo disc
2 x Mounting screws
1 x Arm fixing screw
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Točivý moment ( kg) (min . 0,01 kg )
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Two of these little servos have just arrived and I have put them on my Turnigy servo tester on 5 AA cell pack.
They are very well finished with the smoothest gear train that I have found in any servo. There is no slack in the output and plenty of power for this size servo.
They worked on the standard PWM signal right out of the box. I am no expert on SBUS at this stage so I can't comment on that aspect of them at this stage.
Very efficient for heat transfer which should be a good thing.
I bought them to put on the flaps of my Starmax 1600mm P51 but it will be a while before that is ready to fly. Will update when I do that.
From my initial testing, I suggest these should be far more popular that they appear to be right now.Great Park-Sized servo. Metal case. Excellent quality. sBus worked fine.
Waiting for V2 of the Frsky Servo Channel Changer so that I can operate this servo on PWM.
Actually can anyone tell me what are the advantages / disadvantages as to sBus vs PWM.