Do you need a high quality, high torque servo? Then look no further than the Towerpro MG968 which has titanium gears, a coreless motor and a massive 25kg of torque. Its no slouch in the speed stakes either, 0.13sec/60° is quick enough for most modellers needs when coupled with this incredible torque, all this in a standard size case.
The MG968 is perfect for monster airplanes running up to 120cc gas engines, or the large 1/5th trucks and buggies, or just anywhere where you want masses of torque and a good turn of speed. Add to this the titanium gear train and you have a servo that is difficult to beat.
The middle case is made of alloy and fluted 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 heavy duty servo horns and mounting screws, grommets and ferrules.
• Very high torque (25kg@6V)
• High resolution
• Accurate positioning
• Fast control response
• Constant torque throughout the servo travel range
• Excellent holding power
• Titanium gear train
• High quality coreless motor
Input Voltage: 4.8~6.6V
Operating Torque: email@example.comV, 25kg@6V
Operating Speed: 0.16sec/60°@4.8V, 0.13sec/60°@6V
Normal Servo Travel: 90° (45° each way)
Case: Top & bottom reinforced plastic, alloy middle
Bearing: Double ball bearing
Temperature Range: 0~55°C
Dimensions: 40 x 20 x 39mm
Output Splines: 24T (compatible with Futaba)
Servo Plug: JR type
Servo Lead Length: 320mm
1 x Towerpro MG968 high torque digital servo
5 x Heavy duty servo horn
1 x Servo horn screw and lock washer
4 x Servo mounting screw
4 x Rubber grommets
4 x Anti-crush ferrules
Unit Weight (g):
I purchased two of these, and while i generally have had great luck out of TowerPro servos, I have not had good luck with this particular servo. One of them stops working intermittently for a few seconds. I am in the RMA process with Hobbyking now, hopefully they will make it right. The other one works pretty well, although it seems pretty slow for some reason.