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HGD digitale 260HB CarbonGear Servo 16g / 0,12 / 2,0 kg

HGD digitale 260HB CarbonGear Servo 16g / 0,12 / 2,0 kg

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HGD-260HB
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HGD Digital Servo 2.0kg
Made in Korea, de INO-LAB aanbod van servo's bieden een uitstekende kwaliteit, nauwkeurigheid en betrouwbaarheid.
Hoge precisie, digitale nauwkeurigheid en lange levensduur maken dit een uitstekende keuze voor kleine 3D flyers.

Kenmerken;
Hoge snelheid
Carbon Gears.
Ball Bearing ondersteuning
Uitstekend voor park flyers en shockflyers.
Alloy heatsink maakt potentiometer en motorkoeling.

Spec.
Snelheid: .12sec / 60deg
Stall Koppel: 2,4 kg
Dynamisch: 2,0 kg
Gewicht: 16.9g
Grootte: 38x30x13mm

  • Sku HGD-260HB
  • Brand -
  • Gewicht 51.0000
  • Lengte 0.00
  • Packaging Width 0.00
  • Hoogte 0.00
  • Torque ( kg) ( min . 0,01 kg ) 2.00
  • Snelheid ( Sec / 60deg ) 0.12
  • A ( mm ) 39.00
  • B ( mm ) 31.00
  • C ( mm ) 32.00
  • D ( mm ) 14.00
  • E ( mm ) 41.00
  • F ( mm ) 20.00
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Had a nasty crash with these that bent the pitch arms on an RJX head threw both links off never to be found and bent the aileron and rudder links, broke off the tailboom and snapped off the battery tray off. Two of them had gears with bent, but not stripped, teeth after this. They were still functional but felt "gritty". The gear that was damaged was the lower middle gear in both cases, all other gears were undamaged. Replaced them with HG-D261 gears (exact same gear set is used by both servos)

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Had a nasty crash with these that bent the pitch arms on an RJX head threw both links off never to be found and bent the aileron and rudder links, broke off the tailboom and snapped off the battery tray off. Two of them had gears with bent, but not stripped, teeth after this. They were still functional but felt "gritty". The gear that was damaged was the lower middle gear in both cases, all other gears were undamaged. Replaced them with HG-D261 gears (exact same gear set is used by both servos)

Using these as cyclics in a 450 sport with the Tarot modified upper frame panels for midsized servos. You have to mount them on the inside to get straight links, elevator link will also be crooked (don't waste time trying to mount the elevator servo on the inside to get a straight link, it'll still be crooked and you'll have wasted 4 hours tearing the helicopter's back end apart and putting it back together again). Can't use the eyelets if you use them for this because they wobble too much. I used the rubber grommet and an M2x10 screw from the outside with an M2 washer and a nut behind the tabs. hold the nut and turn screw till the washer and nut touch the gromet, then let it go and turn the screw alone and friction will tighten the nut and hold the servo securely but self limit the torque so it won't damage the mounting tabs. Using these with te RJX clone head and a Robird G31 and they work great, the amount of torque they put into the blades is amazing for a 450.

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Using these as cyclics in a 450 sport with the Tarot modified upper frame panels for midsized servos. You have to mount them on the inside to get straight links, elevator link will also be crooked (don't waste time trying to mount the elevator servo on the inside to get a straight link, it'll still be crooked and you'll have wasted 4 hours tearing the helicopter's back end apart and putting it back together again). Can't use the eyelets if you use them for this because they wobble too much. I used the rubber grommet and an M2x10 screw from the outside with an M2 washer and a nut behind the tabs. hold the nut and turn screw till the washer and nut touch the gromet, then let it go and turn the screw alone and friction will tighten the nut and hold the servo securely but self limit the torque so it won't damage the mounting tabs. Using these with te RJX clone head and a Robird G31 and they work great, the amount of torque they put into the blades is amazing for a 450.

Bad luck with these servo's , 2 pieces , both with defective electronics.
InoLab have clearely no quality control .
InoLab never again !

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Bad luck with these servo's , 2 pieces , both with defective electronics.
InoLab have clearely no quality control .
InoLab never again !

Customer really can't make an intelligent decision from Hobby City's published data, or customer feedback with no credibility. Therefore, one must rely on manufacturers's supoort. This is where Ino Lab fails miserably, trying to market their product without letting customer know what they're buying into.

I would never consider thier product for this reason, even if product was free for I'm also charged with exhorbitant shipping cost from Hobby City. Worst experience I've encountered.

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Customer really can't make an intelligent decision from Hobby City's published data, or customer feedback with no credibility. Therefore, one must rely on manufacturers's supoort. This is where Ino Lab fails miserably, trying to market their product without letting customer know what they're buying into.

I would never consider thier product for this reason, even if product was free for I'm also charged with exhorbitant shipping cost from Hobby City. Worst experience I've encountered.

You can use the spare gear from the robbe fs 550 speed carbon digital servo.It fits 100 to HGD digital 260HB servo.

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You can use the spare gear from the robbe fs 550 speed carbon digital servo.It fits 100 to HGD digital 260HB servo.

These servos are just awesome . I am using 6 of them in my EFlite ultrastick 25e , centre excellent and I have had no issues whatsoever even with a life reciever pack delivering 6.6v no issues. I have ordered more and will continue with inolab thanks

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These servos are just awesome . I am using 6 of them in my EFlite ultrastick 25e , centre excellent and I have had no issues whatsoever even with a life reciever pack delivering 6.6v no issues. I have ordered more and will continue with inolab thanks

really great servo, really smooth and powerfulll

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really great servo, really smooth and powerfulll

recomended for 450 size helis

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recomended for 450 size helis

In Normal Servo mode, it's fine. I was hopeing to take advantage of the "Digital" performance but I may need to try another Gyro capable of digital servos to see if it isn't my gyro

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In Normal Servo mode, it's fine. I was hopeing to take advantage of the "Digital" performance but I may need to try another Gyro capable of digital servos to see if it isn't my gyro

The servo ears did not fit perfectly on this heli though, but with a little trick and common sense, one can fix the problem quite easily.

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The servo ears did not fit perfectly on this heli though, but with a little trick and common sense, one can fix the problem quite easily.

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