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Turnigy™ TGY-213C Metal Cased 250 Helicopter Cyclic Servo 25T 3kg / 0.07sec / 16g

Turnigy™ TGY-213C Metal Cased 250 Helicopter Cyclic Servo 25T 3kg / 0.07sec / 16g

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These Turnigy digital servos are the ultimate in precision and holding power. Turnigy knows the importance of a good, reliable and robust servo and these are up there amongst the best. The TGY-213C features a full alloy case and dual ball bearing output shafts.

To provide the best, most efficient performance these servos are designed to run on a variety of voltages from 4.8V up to 6V. In testing they have been able to withstand a lot of abuse and the TGY-213C has been designed for the cyclic controls on a 250 size heli but is equally at home meeting the demands of the 3D aircraft pilot.

The TGY-213C is supplied with a variety of output arms and a set of mounting screws.

Features:
• Full metal case
• Excellent torque and speed
• Coreless motor
• Twin ball bearings
• Perfect for 250 size helicopters
• Servo arms and mounting screws

Specs:
Model: TGY-213C
Operating Voltage: 4.8V~6v
Torque: 2.5kg@4.8v~3kg@6v
Speed: 0.08sec@4.8v~0.07sec@6v
Dimensions: 23x12x24.5mm
Weight: 16g
Working Frequency: 1520us/333Hz 900us-2100us
Motor: Coreless
Ball Bearing: 2BB
Gears: Metal
Servo Plug: JR type
Sevo Lead Length: 220mm
Spline Count: 25



  • SKU 9355000074-0
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Shipping Weight 32.0000
  • Length 50.00
  • Width 30.00
  • Height 45.00
  • Torque(kg)(min. 0.01kg) 3.00
  • Speed (Sec/60deg) 0.07
  • A(mm) 28.00
  • B(mm) 23.00
  • C(mm) 24.00
  • D(mm) 12.00
  • E(mm) 32.00
  • F(mm) 17.00
  • Trex 250 DFC
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Still using these servos and working great!!

My heli had a hard landing a few weeks ago, stripped maingear during a flip and landed hard on the skids, breaking the landing skids and bouncing onto its side.

Heli broke a ball link on the DFC arm but everything else survived. Probably not that much of a crash more of a controlled emergency landing but the servos are still working.

have done probably 30 flips on them and no problems.

This is on a copterx 250 which has been upgraded to align DFC (only remaining copterx parts are frame esc and motor)

Highly recomend these servos. Just note that you have to take the back case of so you can get it into the frame as the cable strain relieve gets in the way.

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Still using these servos and working great!!

My heli had a hard landing a few weeks ago, stripped maingear during a flip and landed hard on the skids, breaking the landing skids and bouncing onto its side.

Heli broke a ball link on the DFC arm but everything else survived. Probably not that much of a crash more of a controlled emergency landing but the servos are still working.

have done probably 30 flips on them and no problems.

This is on a copterx 250 which has been upgraded to align DFC (only remaining copterx parts are frame esc and motor)

Highly recomend these servos. Just note that you have to take the back case of so you can get it into the frame as the cable strain relieve gets in the way.

I had been struggling for quite a while with my copterx250 (which is now mostly align and has the DFC head) until i changed to these servos.

These are not a straight fit however on the 250 as the cable strain relief stops them from sliding inside the frame. Not a problem though, just remove the 4 screws on the back of the servo and take of the back cover fit the servos and refit back cover and servos.

These servos look to be really high quality, really strong, centre very well and plenty fast for cyclic. First flight since fitting was a big difference to the cheap anologues i had on.

You can see them in use (aswell as a turnigy 306 HV on the tail) here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBJW0MAuS20

trending_up Value:
verified_user Quality:
playlist_add_check Overall:

I had been struggling for quite a while with my copterx250 (which is now mostly align and has the DFC head) until i changed to these servos.

These are not a straight fit however on the 250 as the cable strain relief stops them from sliding inside the frame. Not a problem though, just remove the 4 screws on the back of the servo and take of the back cover fit the servos and refit back cover and servos.

These servos look to be really high quality, really strong, centre very well and plenty fast for cyclic. First flight since fitting was a big difference to the cheap anologues i had on.

You can see them in use (aswell as a turnigy 306 HV on the tail) here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBJW0MAuS20

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