Turnigy digital mini servo offering good torque, speed, excellent centering and a great price!
The gear train is ballraced and all metal.
Torque: 2.2kg.cm (4.8v) - 2.5kg.cm (6.0v)
Speed: 0.12sec/60deg (4.8v) - 0.10 sec/60deg (6.0v)
Type: Digital Micro
Gear Train: Metal
Spline Count: 15T
Ball Bearing: Yes
Unit Weight (g):
Good servo ordered it twice, and sent a very different Turnigy XGD-10HM 2.2kg / 10g / 0.12 was not very nice .pour le nouveau numero il n'est pas indiqu qu'il est digital ou pasI have no complaints for these servos. They have done their job fantastically.I am running them in a "Hobbyking/Skywing EPP Mini Sbach 342" (38" 700g AUW) & they handle some abuse just fine, really nice little servos. They are accurate, center well, smooth & strong. Maybe its just me but they seem to have a little less angle/throw than other servos... Anyhow I think there my new favorite in this size.These servos are okay and will do the job. i bought 4 of these and one didnt center correctly and it got warm so i removed it. There two did fine in my Edge 540T epp but striped out doing an aggressive blender. Over all they do the job but if your planing to fly you plane hard DO NOT USE THESE.I bought these to replace the servos in my Cloud FD4 two of which had failed one with a stripped gear and one which had a lump of debris inside. They work fine in the FD4 but recently I jammed one of them while working on a bomb door mechanism for another model. It seemed to have stripped the gears which I could not believe as they are metal, when I took it apart the gears were fine but it had ripped the final gear shaft out of its plastic housing in the case ( the one next to the output). there was only about 1/16" of the shaft proud of the gearwheel which I think should have been longer and should also be in a metal bush as the last two gears are metal.
A good servo let down by a design fault, but I suppose I should not have let it jam.bought this to use as a "roll servo" on a apm controlled inline gimbal. very tight-zero slop but compared to other digital servo's Ive used (including the micro version of this brand Im using for the "Tilt servo" on the same gimbal) it has quite a high degree of judder/lurching when moving, which obviously isnt ideal if your chasing smooth gimbal'ed video. It would work well for control surfaces on fixed winged but definetly avoid if you want smooth millimetre precision movement, think Ill swap it out for another micro the same as the tilt as thats so smooth its almost as good as a mid-high end brushless gimbal motor.Great servo! works perfectly in all of my mid size airplanes, never had any problems with the four that I bought. Noticeably more torque than other micro servos out there.So far so good. Bought 2 for rudder and elevator in my super kinetic and they seem to be pretty strong with little to no slop. Problem is, only 2 gears are metal but there is a pretty decent bearing supporting the output gear so hopefully they hold up.
-tayzeThese servo's fit perfectly into the HK250GT. There is next to no slop in the metal gears and the heli flies sweet. Confirmed as working with the Tarot ZYX-S2