Turnigy 1251TG digital sin núcleo de perfil bajo Metal Gear Servo 48g / 8 kg / 0,9 seg
Voltaje de funcionamiento: 4.8V / 6.0V
Corriente de funcionamiento: 300mA / 400mA
Velocidad de funcionamiento: 0.10sec.60º / 0.09sec.60º
Puesto par: 7.0kg.cm /8kg.cm
Banda muerta: ≤2uSec
Motor: Tipo sin núcleo
Cojinete de bolas: 2BB
Caja de cambios: Titanio
Alambre de conector: 300mm
Enchufe: Tipo JR
Temperatura de funcionamiento: -20C + 60C
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Wow the gears sound terrible, like they are skipping or stripped. So I took the servo apart and inspected the gears. Everything looked ok, but one gear was rubbing on the case. After a little shave with an exacto knife it was a little better. But the skipping/stripping noise was still there. I'll try it in the car and hope for the best.Al recibirlo lo monte en mi 1/10 touring y lo he tenido que quitar, no funciona bien. no lo recomiendo para competicion solo para juguetes.When it arrived, I was really impressed with the packaging, but.. when I fitted it into a MST drifter, I was shocked at how cr4p it is. I'd give it a lower rating if I could. For $26, I expected better.
Good for retracts, and that's about it; definitely not good for the steering on my drift car which is what I bought it for as it wont return to centre cleanly.. far too much play in the internal gears in this servo.
MG995's perform better than this servo.. at a fifth of the price (off ebay..)
Sorry, but this one missed the mark.I'm ruuning with this servo for 3 weeks now in a Dex210 ( no servo-saver ). Good speed, good torque. Build quality is OK. Had to tight the bottom screws and the brand sticker doesn't even fits where it belongs ( LOL ). So far I'm very happy with it. I've been comparing it to some other brand's more then twice the price and can't see any difference in performance !Ordered 3 and all were faulty. Glitching and wouldn't hold a position properly. Completely unusable.Rubbish product, sent mine back as the speed was nowhere near rating. My old basic analong hitec servo is much faster! A rock crusher also operates smoother than this servo.
Despite this Hobbyking claimed it was not faulty!? How can this be?Assembly of the servo case was in poor condition.While this servo is small, it is still a bit on the heavy side, but also cheap, strong, fast and a perfect match for racing my 1/10 touring car (Sakura Zero S) at the local track.Brilliant! I am using this servo for steering on my 1/10th touring car. Compact , fast, accurate, powerful and comparitively small power consumption. Cannot believe the quality for the price.These servos have a very fast response. I have used 2 of these as retract servos. They are slim height so can be used in place of a normal retract servo. I used a Turnigy 3 channel speed regulator to slow down the speed. This makes for nice scale deployment of the gear.
They are a bit noisey even when no load is on them. Lots of torque and being proportional the end points can be set to get perfect travel on the gear control rods.