HXT 9610 Low Profile Metal Gear Servo 33g / 7.4kg / .16sec
Low profile servo, great for ailerons.
These would be an excellent inclusion in any .25 size or large plane requiring aileron servos or anywhere that has a shallow mounting location.
Dimensions: 42 x 21.5 x 22mm
Speed: .20sec/60deg @ no load
Bearing: Yes Dual / M10x6
Gear Type: Alloy / Steel
Spline Count: 25
Unit Weight (g):
Funktion Top, Genauigkeit Top, alles Top ;-)I bought 5 of these, only one works I threw away 70 euro, not'll buy most anything from hobbykingfinally arrive...i'm ready to put it on my kyosho fw190-50 size..fit perfect ! let's see how it goes..Good servo, plenty of torque. Light weight and compact.Received two of them, absolutely bad quality.
Servos jitter at 6V unstopable, at 5.0V they jitter while travelling to any position. Very disappointed about this product.
At first I`ve tried to use 610MGs for the large scale YAK54 but the do not fit in the back of the fuselage - to deep. Threy collide in the middel of the fuselage. But this Servo was recommend from HK for the Plane ! HKs answer was even such disappoint these servos do. This was my last order at HKs site, looking for more quality products now.Nice standard-sized but also low profile servo. I initially mounted it on my Xray TC, raced with it once, then I realized it would be much more useful in my 1/5 KP-Designs KP10 electric rc bike. 2nd place in the last 13.5T race wasn't bad with the Xray!
It is set up on the bike, now, waiting for a road test some time really soon.
the bike also needs the speed and torque of such a servo, plus the price is excellent, not to mention the weight and size: Perfect for the bike!!!smooth, strong, fast enough for a SC10, very small, head fits nicely for the F horns. quieter than BlueBird or PowerHD servos of the same performace level.Havent' tried it yet, but according to the sticker the full specs are:
Weight: 34g / 1.19 oz
Torque at 4.8V: 7.4 kg cm, 112 oz in.
Torque at 6V: 9 kg cm, 134 oz in.
Speed at 4.8V: 0.16 sec/ 60 degrees at no load.
Speed at 6V: 0.14 sec/ 60 degrees at no load.Hi,
I have just bought two of these servos. How can I do to make them turn 180?
ThanksI did order one of these servos for testing if it works as elevator-servo in my plane. Its working as expected. Good price for that servo.