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Turnigy SSV5 Analog Servo Travel Stretcher (180 Degree)

Turnigy SSV5 Analog Servo Travel Stretcher (180 Degree)

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The SSV5 analog servo travel stretcher is small and lightweight, it is the ideal solution to increase the travel of your servo to almost 180 degrees. This is a plug & play unit, no wiring or modifications are required.

You will require a male to male servo extention lead which plugs into your receiver, then you simply plug the SSV5 into this lead and the servo into the other side of the SSV5, easy as that. This unit is ideal to use with onboard camera pan and tilts.

The SSV5 not only increases the servo travel but it smooths out the steps as well. The result is a much smoother, linear response to the servo which is perfect once again for camera pan and tilt functions.

Note: For analog servo use only.

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Dimensions: 22x9x5mm
Weight: 1g

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  • SKU:
    381000152
  • Brand:
    N/A
  • Weight(g)
    14.00
  • Length
    35.00
  • Width:
    5.00
  • Height:
    10.00
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As others already noted, it does make a servo jittery and jumpy at the endpoints. What you get is a PIC12F508i and a red LED, but you would have to make your own firmware. Will probably buy more for hacking.
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attention a bien lire la description,ceci ne pas la course des servos claissique qui est bride a plus-45.cela sert uniquement a modifier les pas du servo lorsque vous utiliser un servo classique sur par exemple,un headtracker.cela vous evitera l'effet de drift ou le diminuera.si il faut 180 degrs de course,commandez alors un servo 180 degrs.
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