Why Digital Servos:
If you want your RC aircraft (helicopter or airplane) to have a more accurate control and feel, then digital is what you need. Standard servos with logical chips (analog) are not as accurate and when flying your airplane will not move exactly how you control it, especially at your slightest commands when doing 3D maneuvers or flying full speed inverted 3 feet above the deck.
Several manufactures have developed a wide variety of servos today some which are larger and heavier that enable their servo to have higher operating speeds and have more torque HOWEVER, they are not digital and are not as precise and accurate.
Some advantages of digital servos..
● Higher resolution
● The tightest dead band
● Accurate positioning
● Faster control response
● Quicker acceleration
● Constant torque throughout the servos travel
● Increased holding power when stationary
Comes with complete hardware and control horn hardware set.
|Operating voltage range 4.8V~6.0V|
|Operating temperature range||-20'c to +60'c|
|Operating speed||0.14sec/60' degree|
|Stall torque||7.0kg.cm / 91.21 oz. in|
|Running current||200mA/60? no load|
|FDead band width||≤3mS|
|Operating travel||40' /one side pulse traveling 400S|
|Motor type||cored metal brush|
|Potentiometer type||2 slider/direct drive|
|Dimensions|| 20mm x 40mm x 38mm |
(0.78 x 1.57 x 1.49)"
|Connector wire length||215mm(8.46in)|
|Connector wire stand counter||24|
|Connector wire gauge||28AWG|