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JR DS6301 High Torque Digital Servo with Metal Gears and Case

JR DS6301 High Torque Digital Servo with Metal Gears and Case

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163 g
SKU:
422000035-0
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JR Engineers have pushed the boundaries of R/C servo design. The DS6301 offers exceptional performance and pin point accuracy wrapped up in a ‘Full Metal Jacket’ all-metal case. At the core is JR’s highest quality servo motor combined with a ‘Super Hybrid Gear’ train made from Aluminium and S45C ‘Super Iron’. The ultra high torque DS6301 offers a massive 33.0 kg/cm at 0.17 seconds per 60 degrees.

Please note: The DS6301 can only be used at 4.8v.

Specs:
Torque: 33.0Kg.cm
Speed: 0.17s/60°
Weight: 80g
Voltage: 4.8v
Dimensions: 38.5 x 21 x 40.5mm

About Servos Manufactured by JR Propo:
If used on a large control surface - typically aileron, rudder, elevator or flap on an Airplane. Digital Servos (DS / MP / MPH series) may move slightly around centre while on the ground, this is normal and will not occur in flight.

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  • SKU:
    422000035-0
  • Brand:
    nedefinováno
  • Hmotnost ( g )
    163.00
  • Délka
    95.00
  • Width:
    35.00
  • Výška:
    75.00
  • Rychlost ( Sec / 60deg )
    0.17
  • Točivý moment ( kg) (min . 0,01 kg )
    33.00
  • Unit Weight (g):
    80
  • A ( mm ):
    45.00
  • B ( mm )
    41.00
  • C ( mm )
    38.00
  • D ( mm ):
    21.00
  • E ( mm ):
    56.00
  • F ( mm )
    28.00
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