These will work like a charm yes.
However, be aware that the servos used in the video are mini servo. This one is a standard servo, standard servo weigh more and will add weight to your plane.
Also, he mentioned the use of digital servo if you are planning to use a head tracker. This servo is an Analog servo.
If you want a good match to what he is using...you could try something like this: www.link
Regarding fg steering, it all depends of size and weight of your model.
As every other thing you buy, quality cost $.
You get a cheap servo, little noisy and a bit slow.
I only use this servo for secondary controls like rudder and flaps.
For primary controls like aileron and elevator i use BMS-620MG High Torque Servo (Metal Gear) 9.1kg / .15sec / 50g
I fly some big models and these servos have never let me down.
I don't think KV applies to Servos, because they only work from 5 to 6v and because they don't rotate continuosly. But you still could calculate the kv, like this: 0.2s/60 = 3.33mS per degree -> 1.2 Seg per revolution, then we get the rpm dividing 60s/1.2s = 50rpm. So, we have 50rpm and 6v, that would be ~8.33kv
Ok, I get what you try to do but if you put a speedier motor instead of the one that this servo have, it won't work properlly because the servo position control is calibrated specifically to the motor that is inside. I haven't tried though, would be nice if this works, good luck.
zanek, Wow! The problem you will run into with putting a brushless motor in one of these servos will not be the motor but the ESC. You will need one that reverses on the fly so it can make the arm travel both directions with ease. These servos have a tiny version of a brushed ESC in them that is reversible. I suppose my question is, why do you want to put a brushless motor in there? Ha ha! Unless, like me, you are a mad scientist experimenting on some crazy project trying to bring it to life! Moo hoo ha ha ha ha! Take care and happy flying!
Asa, I'm not sure if it will serve my purposes being plugged into a control board, but from what I've seen on here, it is quite powerful. I'm not sure what you intend to use it for but I planned to use it to actuate a camera gimbal that will be carrying my Canon T2i.
yes you should be able to, it be slow and weak but will work, i used them in 1/8 buggies for steering. i tried in a emaxx for steering, i had to have the horn as small as i could to get ok torque for steering
yes you can.. but depends what for.. " it probably will perform as well as standard because its 9kg, and standard is 3kg, " but i suggest 10-15kg for throttle and brake servo. and 20-25kg for steering as the steering on monster trucks are a heavier duty, plus the speed of the servo does increase when you use a 15-20kg servo, if your doing bashing or racing, i suggest using a higher kg servo
Yeah mate, fits cars with ease. You might want to consider the 17g analouge or 8g analouge offerings though... check the dimensions listed. Both servos have given me good service over very many flight hours with my RC planes. Hope that helps.
Why are the horns so small. The same size HK servo with plastic gears has much sturdier and larger horns and the torque for this plastic gear servo is much less. And a Hextronic HX12K MG servo of same size (but 1 kg more torque) has giant and very sturdy horns. But price is 2 bucks more.
With appropriate horns both servo and control surface you should have no problems with all but the most extreme 3D models. Try and use no more travel in regular flight than you have transmitter control - any excess indicates an over-stressed servo. Hope that helps. Cheers - boingk
Thanks for the advices Enoch which are correct to some extend. But have you got this servo and seen the horns? They does not look to be able to take the full force of 9 kg and still it is not clear to me why the cheap version with plastic gears have much stronger horns. And it is not only how much the horns can carry. It is also a matter of flex. And if you use this servo for the rudder in a high speed boat, you need stronger horns. Same goes for an off road or racing car where you have a lot of force on the steering
this servo we can use on swing wings like f-14 tomcat, ternado etc. because they required high torque, metal gear and slow speed servos. I also use this servo in my f-14.Great work and high performance for this cheapest price. "GREAT HOBBYKING"
i found that the plug on this sevro seemed to be larger than on their other sev. it would not fit into my airtronic rec. i just got some of the jr pulgs and pins from HK and changed them over. they now fit fine allen
Albert> As far as the centralized equals Futaba analog servos, ie manually each type of arm that is a position that put coencide the center, ie manually placing the arm and you will see that a one depeterminada location to stay in the center.
For a metal geared servo at this price you just cant beat it.
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It's hard to beat the price/quality of this servo. One thing I like myself is that it comes with a long wire. 295mm or 11.5 inches long including the connector. It's not the fastest servo in the world, but it has lots of torque.
Macht einen guten Eindruck, Getriebe hochwertig verarbeitet. Leider läuft das Servo bei mir nicht fließend.
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Comprei o servo para analisar e o recebi ha dois dias. O testei antes de colocar no aeromodelo, como faco com todos. Para minha surpresa, o servo se comportou muito bem. Nao percebi folgas e centra muito bem, alem de relativamente silencioso. Vou usar em modelos escala de pequeno porte, como os da Kyosho serie 50. Valeu o risco!