On the question regarding analog or digital so it seems that
answers are dispersed to about 50/50,
50 says digital and other 50 say analog !
So is there anyone who really knoes what they are ??
If digital is there anyone who know the input frequency ?
i received last week 10 pieces, on the box is stated metal gear, but that is wrong it should be stated as resin/metal gear, because the first gear is resin. This is important to know for this discussion.
If you have ever heard the saying "A chain is only as strong as its weakest link" than you know that the resin gear is what untimely makes the servo weak. With that said its not that bad because it is the first gear (meaning the gear on the motor) so therefore there is very little force applied on that gear because the true force is at the end of the gearbox where all the rotations of the motor add up. In conclusion I'm just trying to say that the first gear being resin does not matter that much, however I myself would pay a little extra to get one that is all metal just to be safe.
Metal geared servos frequently have plastic gears near the input section. You didn't give any clues as to how the damage was caused. In a crash something will usually give, sometimes the gears, sometimes the horns or case. If yours happened in normal use maybe the servo was too small for the job. These are budget servos at the low price end too. I sometimes wonder whether we are offered these extra inexpensive servos because they have inherrant design problems. You pays your money********-
Friend, this servo works yes, but it is not reliable for the load it could bear and that you perform the maneuvers with your helicopter. The original servo T REX is the DS510 that support 3.7 kg while that holds a maximum of 2.5 kg There is a big big difference in price.
Is there any difference between this servo and the HK equivelant? They sell what looks to be the same servo (same model number atleast) under both the HK and Corona name....same price too. Is there any difference? Thanks, Garret
Anyone know where to find replacement servo arms for this servo?
I recently used 3 of these for cyclic on an HK450V2 kit. The performance was impressive for the cost of this servo. The torque is adaquate, the speed is decent, and they center pretty good for a MG servo. The spline on these can accepts Align DS4 servo arms so that is an added bonus. I bought 8 of these in my order and they all worked without problems. I will be buying more of these in the near future. Very good product HK!
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these servos are very fast. they are so responsive, i jerked the stick around very fast and the momentum of the metal gears oscilating knocked the servo over. amazing servo. causes my hxt900's to jitter like crazy when near them.