The HK Mi Series servos represent the next break through in high precision servo technology. Using Magnetic Induction, rather than a potentiometer, for an unsurpassed level of accuracy and performance.
Voltage: 4.8v / 6v
Speed: 0.12sec/60deg (4.8v) - 0.10sec/60deg (6v)
Torque: 8.0kg.cm (4.8v) - 10kg.cm (6v)
Size: 40.2mm x 20.1mm x 39.2mm
Gear Train: Full Ti-Al alloy gears Gears
Spline Count: 25
Mi : Magnetic Induction, uses a Magnetic Rotary Encoder in place of a traditional potentiometer (invented in 1877). Magnetic Rotary encoders have a longer life and suffer less wear.
Unit Weight (g):
LOTS of gear lash But powerful, Quiet and Fast even for a normal torque servoI thought I would give them a try since their 3 dollar servos ar nearly as good as hitec 40 dollar servos... I have mounted them in a plane but have not used it yet... what I can tell y ou is that they are quiet and Very fast with nearly no slop... More torque and speed than the futaba 3004 by FAR and did say quiet.. So far so goodI haven't tried the servo yet but it does have a Futaba spline....I was misled by the "JR/Hitec" which is the plug type...had to order a Futaba arm, as I was replacing a JR servo for a pull-pull rudder...wanted to use the existing 3.5" alloy arm that I had. Spline info would be a great help in the descriptionsExcellent standard sized servo which I am running in my BAJA (King Motor 260S with 26cc)Never lost centering with this servo. I recommend that you purchase a metal servo arm for this servo, dont trust a plastic arm to continuesly push throttle for a 26cc gas motor. This servo requires JR splined armsI fitted one of these to a RAPTOR 50 on the gyro for the rudder and it has run for over a year now and the tail of the RAPTOR is rock solid.Used on a 1/8 car. Very fast and powerfull, but very weak...
Broke the gearing after 10 mins (no hardcore driving)!
The gears are too weak and alloy is very poor quality, could not last very long anyway. One of the gear lost 10 tooth !
Unfortunately HK doesn't have spare gears for this so servo will end in the trash.
Stellzeit ist sehr gut, allerdings ist ein wenig mehr Spiel als bei allgemein verwendeten Markenservos in dieser Klasse vorhanden. Ob das Spiel sichauuf die Flugeigenschaften des Helis negativ bemerkbar macht, vermag ich nicht zu sagen, ich bin kein 3D Crack. Fr meine Flugleistungen ist das Servo O.K.These servos work nice for HK600GT cyclic, good speed and centering is spot on. I like this better than my Align DS610 servos so far. Have only used for few weeks so can't comment on how well they hold up long term. If you buy these for HK600GT/TRex600 you also need to purchase about 30 servo plates as these are very deep and will need multiple servo plates to bring them out away from the frame or they will hit on the inside preventing you from mounting the servo. You will also need to add large capacitor soldered to /- leads from BEC to receiver if your BEC is a switching type as most are. They will make lots of noise/heat without it and could cause brown out, I used 2 x 3500uf 16volt in parallel from HK found in RX/TX accessories and have had no issues so far.