I bought 2 of these for my new 30cc sbach for the throttle and the choke. For the choke it works great. But not for the throttle. It jumps around at idle. and if when you throttle up and back down it does not come back to the same place. so it NOT good to us for the throttle. I put a power HD in its place. So I don't know if I just got a bad one. I tryed to see if would center for a Aileron and it did not come back to the same place! So it is ****!! So I will not buy again!!
will HK15138 standard servo work with the HK6S Tx/Rx radio system? Is it a standard size servo or one of the small ones? And will it work with my Bill Winter Le Crate high wing airplane ( electric powered, 58in. wingspan, approx. 38-44 oz. weight)
sure you can use it, it will work regardless the motor, esc or battery because it is powered by your receiver, this receiver will receive from 4.6 to 6 volts from the bec either external or built-in in the esc.
hi can anyone tell me.. what kind of pulse to be applied on this servo..i mean the PWM control signal for 0 to 180 degrees(tell the pulse width and frequency), kindly let me know the wire connections as well with wire color...
A digital servo is the difference in how the received signals from the receiver are processed and, in turn, controlling the initial power to the servo motor, reducing downtime, increasing the accuracy and generating a greater force.
In Futaba futaba-rc****/servos/digitalservos.pdf site has a great explanation of the digital servos
*Ulf I'm not sure if this is going to post as a reply to your question or as a new question....
My understanding of these things (from what I've seen on other web sites) is that when a small servo's torque is given as "kg" that actually means "kg cm". Apart from the fact that kg is mass not force, kg cm at least gives the right force times distance dimensions and the scale gives a number with a reasonable order of magnitude. HTH? Jim
Hi ULF. The 4.3kg means the force that the servo can handle. This kind of servo generally they are used to ailerons and rudder. For car steering, it is required a high torque servo, 15kg and above. So when you see torque actually is the force that servo can handle.
Normally this servos would have a 160 degrees of travel. however, if your transmiter has the capability, it can increase the servo travel to as much as 180 degrees. The Turnigy 9x will provide that capability for you across all its chanels.
Defenetly. For 3D u need max agility, and for that u need fast servos. Think of it this way, if u were in the passenger seat of a car going at a reasonable speed, put ur arm out the window with ur hand flat. then slowly twist ur hand. ur arm wil start to move. for 3D (agility) you need to move ur hand fast. This servo would move slow.