Size : 22.9x11.4x22 mm / 0.9x0.45x0.87 in Voltage : 3v ~ 6v Weight: 5g / 0.18oz Speed : 0.10 sec/60(4.8V) Torque : 0.8 kg-cm Working Temp : -30C~60C Teflon Bushing, 15cm wire, coreless motor Servo arms & screw included
WARNING These servos can be found on eBay and other asian seller stores at close to this price, however be warned, they do not contain Taiwan/Japan components. HexTronik (the manufacturers of these servos) have two standards, one is for local sale, and the other is export quality with imported connectors and resin gears from Taiwan and Japan. Our HXT500 and HXT900 are export only, and not built for the domestic market.
Because we order direct from the factory in large batches, the servos can sometimes be red, blue or green, depending on what our wholesale customers requested. Do not be alarmed, the colour does not indicate that it is a different servo.
Good point. My soldering equipment was to big to handle the pot without melting it, so I didn't try that. But one mistake and you've ruined the servo. They have a servo reverser here, I forgot what category. Just try that. Or if you have the money, which I don't at the moment, buy a handful and give it a try.
The other option is to make sure the servos are in the same orientation IE both horns to the left. On my funcub that required cutting a new servo hole on one side and then I filled the original hole. Doing that saves money and weight.
Yes almost all rc servos and esc's are compatible unless incorrectly designed. The industry standard for the signal that drives servos and esc's uses pulse width modulation. The only other kind on the rc market are ones that use an actual digital signal but products using this will include the word digital in there description.
You can not order batteries to be send to Canada
from US. Custom is not easier from US to Canada, maybe worse,and it takes about the same time 2-3 weeks, not that it takes that long to get here, but Canadian custom are the wolds slooooest ?
Yeah, of course. Manufactures just decrease the customer audience by selling pink servo's instead of green, red and other colors. Thinking that people will like pink ones more than others :D Big mistake I guess.
I purchased this for my losi Micro DT, It needed very slight modifications to be a perfect fit (dont be scared, just trim off the mounting tabs) and it is a perfect fit! also much more responsive than the stock steering servo.
using these servos on a profile plane... they are very light and plenty strong for light planes like this one I'm running them on - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQKlYGYW8_g
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These servos never cease to amaze me. For the money they are awsome! Have many of them, all still work, they are fast, center well, and just plain work. These and the HXT900 servos are my go to servos for all of my small airplanes.