Hobby King 2.5g micro servo
Super small, only 2.5g!!
Weight: 2.5g (.088oz)
Speed: .12sec / 60deg
Connector: JST 1.5mm pitch
Spline Count: 20
These are a very well made and designed servo.
Servo comes with accessories, instructions and a full warranty.
Previously branded as the 'BlueArrow' we have changed the label because of WEEE, CE and regalatory requirements in some European countries. However, it's the same servo as before, only with a different sticker.
Unit Weight (g):
Cheap and useless as fall a part when trying for the first timeawesome little servo. quiet and smooth but not fastI knew it was small but until you see it you just wont appreciate it's small size. Size does matter.produit correct pour le rapport qualit /prixgreat sub-micro for small dlg's and suchNice 3 gram servo. The wiring is really substandard and shorts inside the body. Best course of action is to test the servo and if it works, squeeze some silicone where the wire comes out from the body. Otherwise open the servo and separate the wires and apply glue.
I had this issue with four out of six servos. After the fix, worked with no problems on a converted super mini cub by Hobby zone.these are a better servo... http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__29327__HK_5330_Ultra_Micro_Digital_Servo_1_9g_0_04sec_0_17kg_UK_Warehouse_.htmlpoor servos.. and I am stuck with 8 of them, all are slowish and noisy
two are unusable, one of which is very slow, one gets stuck and jitters.
The plug neither fits the orange micro rx nor standard pin rx's, so you have to cut and fit alternative leads, which I did, or they could have been returned
All held together with a plastic band ...
There are better servos on this site and I will be choosing others next time2.5g ?? ???? ?? ???. ???? ?? ????.they are a good size and weight, but what the hell do their plugs fit... its not the orange rx or your supermicro thats for sure...
Its dissapointing when manufacturers use all sorts of size plugs that look similar but dont fit, and when they have the polarity etc all done differently... what makes it worse is that you havnt got readily available information and the connectors which will sort out this problem ...