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Turnigy HV-767 Digital HV-2S Servo 31kg/ .118sec / 78g

Turnigy HV-767 Digital HV-2S Servo 31kg/ .118sec / 78g

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Turnigy Alloy case, Titanium gear, High-voltage servo with dual XL bearings.
Servos dont get better than this!
The Turnigy HV-Servos are the best bang-for-buck in the high performance category. Guaranteed!
Why waste money on over-marketed big brand servos!? Trust Turnigy to deliver more than the required performance for your heli or plane.

Specification:
Dead band: 0.0008 ms (Default)
Control System: +Pulse Width Control
Working frequence: 1520μs / 333hz 
(RX) Required Pulse: 3.5 ~7.4 Volt Peak to Peak Square Wave
Operating Voltage: 6.0 ~7.4 V DC Volts
Operating Temperature Range: -10 to + 60 Degree C
Operating Speed (6.0V): 0.145 sec/60° degrees at no load
Operating Speed (7.4V): 0.118 sec/60° degrees at no load
Stall Torque (6.0V): 25.00 kg.cm   (347.2 oz/in)
Stall Torque (7.4V): 31.00 kg.cm   (430.5 oz/in)
360° Modifiable:  NO
Motor Type:  Coreless Motor
Potentiometer Drive: Indirect Drive
Driver Type: FET
Bearing Type: Dual Ball Bearings
Gear Type: Titanium Gears
Programmable: NO
Connector Wire Length: 15.0 cm          (5.9 in)
Dimensions: 40X20X45 mm (1.57x0.97x1.77 in)
Weight:  77.9 g             (2.75 oz)

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  • SKU:
    HV767
  • Brand:
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  • Shipping Weight(g)
    169.00
  • Length
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  • Width:
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  • Height:
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  • Unit Weight (g)
    78
  • Torque(kg)(min. 0.01kg)
    31.00
  • Speed (Sec/60deg):
    0.11
  • A(mm):
    50.00
  • B(mm)
    40.00
  • C(mm)
    46.00
  • D(mm):
    21.00
  • E(mm):
    55.00
  • F(mm)
    34.00
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I have a 2,6m katana of Krill model's and i have this servo in all surface. Only have a problem. Vibration in neutral position in elevator, I think that it's becouse I use only one servo. The servo it's very fast and very strong. I and ver happy, but I recomend use this servo in tandem, two servo for move one surface, for ejample aileron or rudder.
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Don't buy that peace of crap. I'v bought 14 of them for my two models. One is 300cm raven from air trade and the second one is 220cm mx2 from goldwing.



The servos don't have 30 kg of torque (nither on midle or end of throw)my 25kg old hitec have beter holding power.



The servos swich off when pushing by hand at about 10kg and you heve to swich off and on the power to start them again.



At center with very litle force about 2-3kg you can change the center point for up to 5mm with no problem.



When you give the throw more then 130pcnt on transmiter or powerbox (futaba can have up to 140pcnt) they switch off and stop working.



And the worst thing i that they can't find the center point they move for and aft cousing the fluuter on controls at the center point on big model all the time the control surface are traveling for about 3mm in both directions on the mx2 it stops doing that after 15 to 20 seconds after leaving the control stick.



Tryed everything 5v, 6v, 7v, with and without powerbox in normal and futaba HS mode.



The don't work good with futaba hs mode the get crazy in that mode and don't hold the position of the stick.



I'll put the film on #youtube# tomorow with the fluuter efect just put the turnigy hv-767 on search bar.



I'll send them all back. Hope they will arrive safe from poland and hope to recive paypal refound becuse it's about 840$ of value for
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I bought eight and of the bunch had one that would free-wheel when the travel got to one extreme. By free-wheel I mean there was no power or control. When you released the stick the servo came back to center and power resumed. I've sent it back for inspection. Have not flown these yet and they look good but from what I learned you need to check them closely before use.
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Running a single servo setup in my traxxas summit with rc4wd rock crushers 8.26" tall.I do all climbing and crawling up mountains.i needed lots of torque this supplies it.No problems turning the wheels even under load.running it at 6 volts off a castle bec(plus a home made winch from a 1/5 scale turnigy servo the reason for the bec)It ran just fine off of the stock bec never had a need for more torque yet

Here is a vid to show you what kind of abuse it's getting no issues...Well worth the money,I just ordered another one for a spare or rear steer

http://www.youtube.com/user/discusdog
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I bought three of these servos for cyclic use on my Fusion. Before I used them I decided to test them under load using the turnigy servo tester using 2s lipo.

I tested them at 10kg-cm at medium speed in both directions for about 90 seconds.

Two of the servos were ok, but one of the servos started to fail. It was getting hot and when it was disconnected, it was virtually impossible to move. The other two servos were ok after testing.

I would recommed testing these servos under load before installing in an expensive machine.

My failed servo is being returned to HK for replacement or repair which means I cant fly for another couple of weeks. Could have done without this!
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Turnigy HV-767 Digital HV-2S Servo 31kg/ .118sec / 78g

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Muy buen servo preciso y fuerte.Hay que tener cuidado con el consumo si se le conecta con 6 volt ya que es mucho y debe estar bien abastecido no menos de bateras con 2000 mh.
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Excelente servo. Lo tengo instalado en m i yak55 de 86" para manejar el tiomn de direccin. Es preciso y rpido. Lo recomiendo
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SERVO AMAZING, VERY RELIABLE, CENTER PERFECT
BOUGHT EIGHT Install on a 30 PHITON PITTS AND A SBACH342
30 have already made 90 PITTS FLIGHTS TO LOOK AND SERVOS
NEW. (03/02/2011). HOBBYKING THANKS

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I installed this servo in a electric converted Losi 8T. I needed to use spacers because servo is taller than others but not a big deal, it can be easilly solved. Running strong for many packs now and I am very happy. Even working on 6V this servo is strong enough to turn the truggy's big tires/wheels and fast enough to control the truggy during turns. 5 stars for sure!
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