Operating Voltage: 4.8-6.0V
STD Direction: Counter Clockwise / Pulse Travelling 800 to 2200µsec
Stall Torque: 4.5kgf.cm @ 4.8v, 5kgf.cm @ 6v
Operating Speed: 0.20sec/60 4.8v, 0.17sec/60 6.v
Size: 40.6 x 20.0 x 38.6 mm
Spline Count: 25
Unit Weight (g):
Very good and cheap servo. Accurate and no problems with centering with no load. With load just ok, rather not for 1/10 car as steering servo. Speed and torque are fair.Ordered 2 of these as there were supposed to perform well. I even wasn't able to use then.
- No output power
- 'buzzing' near center and under load
- Travel seems 'not normal' (less than 90 degres) !
I did not push tests further. They are both wrong.
Well, I don't know if I was unlucky and got 2 wrong servos (I guess yes) but none of these will be in one of my aircraft.
HXT 5010 still is a much better choice.
decent price but have a stutter when centering so not good for cam stabilizationI had purchase this motor from HobbyKing.
Could any one show me its electrical datasheet, please!
I have searched on the internet, but I can't find any. If you know how to get its detail datasheet, please let me know!Well constructed, Lead is shorter than most servos. Stutters for 1 sec when centering. work ok better than TowerPro but will buy only genuine hitec or simular from now on. like to feel confident about my $500 model plane.
Suffer from interference also, tried 2 different TX's also
same above for VS-2AMB
Hard testing in buggy now will post later
for a cheap servo it is realy good, I use it in a MicroMagic.gr8 servo, cheap price and good torque, nothing fancy about it