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Turnigy™ TGY-505BL Brushless HV/DS/MG Servo w/Alloy Case 6.2kg / 0.08sec / 40g

Turnigy™ TGY-505BL Brushless HV/DS/MG Servo w/Alloy Case 6.2kg / 0.08sec / 40g

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These Turnigy high voltage digital brushless servo's 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-505BL features a full alloy case, brushless motor, dual ball bearing output shafts and a metal gear train.

To provide the best, most efficient performance these servos are designed to run on a variety of voltages from 6.0 up to 7.4V. In testing they have been able to withstand a lot of abuse and are perfect for the cyclic controls on 500 size heli's or the demands of the 3D aircraft pilot.

The TGY-505BL is supplied with a variety of output arms and a complete mounting hardware pack.

Features:
• Full metal case
• High voltage input (6~7.4v)
• Excellent torque and speed
• Brushless motor
• Metal geared
• Twin ball bearings
• Perfect for 500 size helicopters
• Complete mounting hardware pack

Specs:
Model: TGY-505BL
Operating Voltage: 6~7.4v
Torque: 5kg@6v~7.0kg@7.4v
Speed: 0.09sec@6v~0.08sec@7.4v
Dimensions: 35.5x15x33mm
Weight: 40g
Working Frequency: 1520us/333Hz 900us-2100us
Motor: Brushless
Ball Bearing: 2BB
Gears: Metal
Servo Plug: JR type
Sevo Lead Length: 300mm
Spline Count: 25



  • SKU 9355000057-0
  • Brand Turnigy
  • Shipping Weight 120.0000
  • Packaging Length 80.00
  • Packaging Width 40.00
  • Packaging Height 60.00
  • Torque(kg)(min. 0.01kg) 6.20
  • Speed (Sec/60deg) 0.08
  • A(mm) 37.00
  • B(mm) 35.00
  • C(mm) 33.00
  • D(mm) 15.00
  • E(mm) 48.00
  • F(mm) 23.00
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I initially placed on a T-Rex 500 clone for testing purposes, and they worked well. I moved them to a Goblin 500, since they worked so well. No slop. running at 330 Hz, 1520 us, 7.4V. Not as power hungry as I would have suspected- I can only pull 4 amps on the bench at most using 3 of these as cyclic servos.

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I initially placed on a T-Rex 500 clone for testing purposes, and they worked well. I moved them to a Goblin 500, since they worked so well. No slop. running at 330 Hz, 1520 us, 7.4V. Not as power hungry as I would have suspected- I can only pull 4 amps on the bench at most using 3 of these as cyclic servos.

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