These Turnigy high voltage digital 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-565MG features a full alloy case, 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 tail rotor on 450/500 size heli's or the demands of the 3D aircraft pilot.
The TGY-565MG is supplied with a variety of output arms and a complete mounting hardware pack.
• Full metal case
• High voltage input (6~7.4v)
• Excellent torque and speed
• Metal geared
• Twin ball bearings
• Perfect for 500 size helicopters
• Complete mounting hardware pack
Operating Voltage: 6~7.4v
Working Frequency: 760us/560Hz
Ball Bearing: 2BB
Gear Type: Digital
Servo Plug: JR type
Sevo Lead Length: 300mm
Spline Count: 25
Unit Weight (g):
it runs nice and give the heli total 3d tail authority, but the quality control is a bit low.
i opened mine after initial flights to check out if the grease in the gear box to discover that it was a bit short of grease, after replenish, while screwing the long bolt back, observed that the walls where the bolts screwed were so thin that with the lightest torque the wall broke and NO more screw point to atach the bolt as it overwiden the hole. I believe that it may be a bad bach of upper case manufactuing. Now my servo only is tighten bolted on two points the other two are useless and i have had to use film tape to keep it tighten.
I would be very much please if hobbyking would send me a upper part of this servo, to leave as it should be and to avoid the jokes of my mates when stared at the servo.