Turnigy digital mini servo offering very high torque, great speed, excellent centering and a great price!
Torque: 3.0kg.cm (4.8v) - 3.5kg.cm (6.0v)
Speed: 0.12sec/60deg (4.8v) - 0.10 sec/60deg (6.0v)
Type: Digital Micro
Gear Train: Metal/ Nylon
Ball Bearing: Yes
Unit Weight (g):
good servo by turnigy...I've bought 6 of this servos, and they are very stong. But I'm now flying 1 year with my 2 meter glider and already 2 servos has stopped working.
The servos are good, but NOT reliable!Very strong servo! Ideal for every wing swept mech!Bought 4 of these for my HK MXS balsa/epp 1200mm bird. After two flights the elevator servo fluttered so bad it was bouncing the rear of the plane off the table, literally. Another in the one of wings could not keep the aileron centered with no input. It would sag about an inch, mind you this is after two flights! The one plus is they are dirt cheap. Going to replace the elevator and two aileron servos with a higher torque servo from Turnigy to see if that will correct the problem. On a positive note this is one of the first products from Turnigy that I am not impressed by. Have bought boats, batteries, motors, esc's and had little to no problems.I bought these servo's for a small jet like plane. But ther are really bad servo's!! After the second use, the servo's does crazy things and broke the aileron of the plane. And both servo's aren't the same, they travel at a different speed!
Sometimes 1 servo stays in a fixed position while using.
Good, small compact, great for quad or small helidid purchase 5 servos, out of this 1 defect (= 20pcnt).
Reason : Pivot pin (only from plastic) of idler gear broken.The only negative is that it is hungry for Amps. Be sure to have a good BEC for small planes or else power this little beast (or 4 of them for the hole min setup) with an second battery pack cause can make hot normal ESC BEC that are rated as 3A but in real world are not more that 1,5-2 A . With 4 of them in servo tester continious movement i see 2-2,2 A, and imagine this is without the air that hits the ailerons or the rudder or elevator when the plane is on move.Ordered six more to have as spares. I already use them on ailerons in a SkyFun jet, on ailerons in a Bixler 2 and on elevator and rudder in a Multiplex FunCub. Only the two final gears are metal, all the other ones are white plastic including the motor pinion. Weight 12.7g including cable and contact.I find them fast and strong. They center well with only a very small overshoot. Have a dozen flights on the FunCub and the Bix, 20 on the FunJet. So far all good, no wear problems. But have stripped gears in two of them in the SkyFun jet due to hard landings/crashes. All in all very good and strong servo for the money, recommend it.Very bad servo's. After 4 flights is already one servo broken.
It stays sometime in one position. Very dangerous to fly with since it's mounted on a fast foam E-jet like plane.