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BMS-620 mg esfuerzo de torsión del servo (Metal Gear) 9.1kg / .15sec / 50g

BMS-620 mg esfuerzo de torsión del servo (Metal Gear) 9.1kg / .15sec / 50g

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BMS-620 mg esfuerzo de torsión del servo (Metal Gear) 9.1kg / .15sec / 50g
El servo viene con un paquete de accesorios de servo y se hace con un caso de servo de alta resistencia, el servo está diseñado para aplicaciones de alto rendimiento del coche R / C. Doble cojinete de bolas con goma flexible resistente al agua, de lo contrario la curva de selección ourput es igual con Futaba 25 dientes.
Este servo viene con JR / Hitec S Conector también conocido como un "conector universal". Incluso pensó que esto viene con servo JR / Hitec S Conectores, este servo es eléctricamente compatible con receptores Futaba.
1. engranajes de metal
2. Arte curva con suave.
3. cojinete de bolas de doble M9.6 (si-aceite)
4. 3 polos fuerte par del motor con baja señal afectan el éxito y obtener la certificación CE.
5. caso apropiado de goma para prueba de agua
6. Lo mismo con Futaba estriado 25 dientes
7. caso servo trabajo pesado

Peso: 50 gramos / 1,78 oz
Dimensiones: 40,5 x 20 x 42 mm / 1,60 x 0,78 x 1,62 pulgadas
Torque a 4.8V: 9.1kg-cm, 126 oz-pulg
Torque a 6.0V: 10.6kg-cm, 144 oz-pulg
A velocidad de 4,8 V: 0.15sec / 60 grados sin carga
En 6.0V Velocidad: 0.13sec / 60 grados sin carga

  • SKU (Número de Referencia) BMS-620MG
  • Brand Bluebird
  • Peso ( g) 82.00
  • Longitud 138.00
  • Ancho 30.00
  • Altura 100.00
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Five stars, I'm using them in a scale 1:3, 14KG, 62CC Gas Plane (Bucker Jungmeister) and i’am very satisfied with the quality of BMS Bluebird 620MG. The servo is very precise and the metal gears are almost backlash free. I recommend them.

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Five stars, I'm using them in a scale 1:3, 14KG, 62CC Gas Plane (Bucker Jungmeister) and i’am very satisfied with the quality of BMS Bluebird 620MG. The servo is very precise and the metal gears are almost backlash free. I recommend them.

This servo give me super steering.

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This servo give me super steering.

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Great Sevo for the price! As a smooth working and great centering line in neutral position!

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Great Sevo for the price! As a smooth working and great centering line in neutral position!

Nutze die servos in meine kyosho mp7.5
vielleicht ein bissel schwach auf der lenkung aber geht noch.
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Nutze die servos in meine kyosho mp7.5
vielleicht ein bissel schwach auf der lenkung aber geht noch.
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good servos best price

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good servos best price

This is a great all metal geared servo ; it center fairly well for an analogic one and has plenty of torque to steer my 1/8 scale monster truck. This unit has one drawback though. I used mine in a mix of dry and damp-humid condition and after 5-10 minutes of driving it started acting like it's been possessed by some kind of evil spirit. After a quick exorcism I decided to open it up to see what was the problem : There was a tad of water in the casing and condensation on the circuit board was causing internal short circuit hence why it was steering randomly or not responding at all. After drying it up, I added some grease to the gears, sealed it up (more like gluing the casing with epoxy) and it's been performing flawlessly for a week now, even in mild rain conditions.

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This is a great all metal geared servo ; it center fairly well for an analogic one and has plenty of torque to steer my 1/8 scale monster truck. This unit has one drawback though. I used mine in a mix of dry and damp-humid condition and after 5-10 minutes of driving it started acting like it's been possessed by some kind of evil spirit. After a quick exorcism I decided to open it up to see what was the problem : There was a tad of water in the casing and condensation on the circuit board was causing internal short circuit hence why it was steering randomly or not responding at all. After drying it up, I added some grease to the gears, sealed it up (more like gluing the casing with epoxy) and it's been performing flawlessly for a week now, even in mild rain conditions.

Overall it is a very good servo for airplanes but it is NOT electronically compatible with the HiTec Aurora Nine radio.

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Overall it is a very good servo for airplanes but it is NOT electronically compatible with the HiTec Aurora Nine radio.

The servos are working great. Just placed them into my lst xxl with a custom setup. So far they are doing just what they were intended to. Also, they're waterproof!

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The servos are working great. Just placed them into my lst xxl with a custom setup. So far they are doing just what they were intended to. Also, they're waterproof!

servo still work very well after a wet session bashing on my truck in the train. i did add grease to the grease to the gears and seal the seams and screws with silicone though...that's for extra protection

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servo still work very well after a wet session bashing on my truck in the train. i did add grease to the grease to the gears and seal the seams and screws with silicone though...that's for extra protection

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