Corona S.Bus digital servo's are up there with the best that are on the market today at a price that is very affordable, high resolution and accurate centering are just two of the many features they have.
• S.Bus compatible
• High resolution
• The tightest deadband
• Accurate positioning and centering
• Faster control response
• Quicker acceleration
• Constant torque throughout the servos travel
• Increased holding power when stationary
• High precision potentiometer
Speed: 0.15/0.14sec 60°
Current Draw: 300/400mA
Dead Band Width: iÜ3usec
Travel: 40°/one side pulse travelling
Servo Wire length: 215mm
Operating Temp: -20/+60°C
Dimensions: 29 x 13 x 30mm
Spline count: 25
What is S.BUS?
Different from conventional radio control systems the
S.BUS system uses data communication to transmit control signals from a receiver to a servo, gyro, or other S.BUS compatible device. This data includes commands such as “move the channel 3 servo to 15
degrees, move the channel 5 servo to 30 degrees” to multiple devices. The S.BUS devices execute only those commands for their own set channel. For this reason, it can be used by connecting multiple servos to the same signal line.
[Operation by conventional radio control]
An S.BUS servo connected to a conventional receiver operates as a conventional servo.
Unit Weight (g):
Very very nice servo for the price, good quality and have a good centering...i Buy 3 of this servos and all working good. I recomended.
Greetings for all Hk.I bought 7. Of these 2 were defective.
If you take it to full travel on one side it stays there and then suddenly jumps to full deflection in the other direction. So these cannot be trusted and I cannot risk my plane. All 7 will go into the rubbish.