A small lightweight servo that is an upgraded version of the stalwart Towerpro MG90S analogue servo but with more torque, greater speed and the ability to rotate continuously through 360° at full travel, this 360° feature is perfect for robotic use. It is fitted with upgraded 6061-T6 aluminum gears and shafts and has a ballraced output.
The middle case is made of alloy which acts as a heatsink for the motor and electronics which enables them to keep cool when being worked hard. Supplied complete with a selection of 3 servo horns and mounting screws.
• High resolution
• Accurate positioning
• Fast control response
• Constant torque throughout the servo travel range
• Excellent holding power
• Ability to rotate continously through 360° in both directions
Input Voltage: 4.8~6.6V
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Operating Speed: 0.6sec/60°@4.8V, 0.48sec/60°@6.6V
Normal Servo Travel: 90° (45° each way) 360° when full travel is reached
Case: Top & bottom plastic, alloy middle
Bearing: Double ball bearing
Gears: 6061-T6 aluminum
Deadband Width: 1us
Temperature Range: 0~55°C
Dimensions: 22.8 x 12.2 x 28.5mm
Output Splines: 23T (compatible with Futaba)
Servo Plug: JR type
Servo Lead Length: 250mm
1 x Towerpro MG90D 360° Digital servo
3 x Servo horn
1 x servo horn screw
2 x servo mounting screw
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This servo is NOT a proportional 360degree servo. i.e. 180deg. 0deg. -180deg
Its a CONTINUOUS rotation servo!! A stupid gear box motor drive that goes round and round until you stop it!
A servo is a device that has positioning control throughout its operation range, this thing may as well be called a 10000000degree servo!!
Its useless for an FPV PAN servo! It would just tangle up your camera and tilt servo wires.
Hobbyking.....Get to know your product and how it works and explain what it really does!
very fast and reliable servo. if you don't want it it keep moving (robotics applications need that) adjust the end point of your channels, you still have the full range of movement. I'll pay more for sure when it get back to stock