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JR Radios Wide Voltage And Linear Hall Sensor Brushless Servos

JR Radios Wide Voltage And Linear Hall Sensor Brushless Servos

JR Radios now offers a new line of wide voltage and linear hall sensor brushless servos that will work in many applications like airplanes, helicopters, 1/10 cars, and even large scale vehicles. Check out all the facts and features in the info below:

A variety of receiver batteries are available on the model market. With certain batteries, the modeler must carefully choose appropriate servos or use a regulator between the battery and receiver; otherwise servos may be damaged due to a high voltage supply. Now JR has an answer with the new Wide Voltage (WV) Series servos. Every WV servo has a micro computer to detect incoming voltage and automatically set the right voltage for the motor.

The JR Wide Voltage Digital servos are an excellent choice for an airplane’s aileron or as the steering servo for car. The extreme accuracy of JR digital precision gives a resolution of 5900 steps per 120° of travel and zero dead-band. The Torque and Speed versions feature a durable Super Steel gear train, providing a longer life cycle and the ultimate level of durability. The Gyro version employs nylon gears for unsurpassed accuracy.

Another sophisticated benefit of the new Wide Voltage servos is the Slow Start Function. When your system is switched on, instead of the servos instantly finding center as quickly as possible, Slow Start assures that on initial power up the servo returns to the neutral position very slowly. The benefit is that you’ll see longer life from the internal servo gears and less wear and tear on the linkages of the control surfaces.

The motor used in this series of servos is a low-maintenance brushless motor that ensures long life and near instantaneous response. You’ll feel the difference the moment you take off on your first flight.

Key Features

  • Uncompromised digital precision for accuracy and performance
  • Exceptional performance with power sources from 4.8–8.5V
  • High-frequency digital amplifier
  • Brushless motor power
  • Slow Start function
  • Metal gears and heat sink case
  • Dual ball bearing support
  • JR 3-year limited warranty

Specs

Size Category: Standard
Type: Digital
Application: Competition aerobatic airplanes
Torque: 365.2 oz-in (26.3 kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 563.8 oz-in (40.6 kg-cm) @ 7.4V
Speed: 0.19 sec/60 deg @ 4.8V; 0.13 sec/60 deg @ 7.4V
Length: 1.60 in (40.5mm)
Width: 0.83 in (21mm)
Height: 1.44 in (36.5mm)
Weight: 2.54 oz (72 g)
Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
Bearing: Dual
Motor Type: Brushless
Gear Type: Metal
Voltage: 4.8 – 7.4V

JRPSMP82T – $209.99

MP82S Wide Voltage Brushless Speed Servo

A variety of receiver batteries are available on the model market. With certain batteries, the modeler must carefully choose appropriate servos or use a regulator between the battery and receiver; otherwise servos may be damaged due to a high voltage supply. Now JR has an answer with the new Wide Voltage (WV) Series servos. Every WV servo has a micro computer to detect incoming voltage and automatically set the right voltage for the motor.

The JR Wide Voltage Digital servos are an excellent choice for an airplane’s aileron or as the steering servo for car. The extreme accuracy of JR digital precision gives a resolution of 5900 steps per 120° of travel and zero dead-band. The Torque and Speed versions feature a durable Super Steel gear train, providing a longer life cycle and the ultimate level of durability. The Gyro version employs nylon gears for unsurpassed accuracy.

Another sophisticated benefit of the new Wide Voltage servos is the Slow Start Function. When your system is switched on, instead of the servos instantly finding center as quickly as possible, Slow Start assures that on initial power up the servo returns to the neutral position very slowly. The benefit is that you’ll see longer life from the internal servo gears and less wear and tear on the linkages of the control surfaces.

The motor used in this series of servos is a low-maintenance brushless motor that ensures long life and near instantaneous response. You’ll feel the difference the moment you take off on your first flight.

Key Features

  • Uncompromised digital precision for accuracy and performance
  • Exceptional performance with power sources from 4.8–8.5V
  • High-frequency digital amplifier
  • Brushless motor power
  • Slow Start function
  • Metal gears and heat sink case
  • Dual ball bearing support
  • JR 3-year limited warranty

Specs

Size Category: Standard
Type: Digital
Application: Competition aerobatic airplanes
Torque: 177.8 oz-in (12.8 kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 275.0 oz-in (19.8 kg-cm) @ 7.4V
Speed: 0.09 sec/60 deg @ 4.8V; 0.03 sec/60 deg @ 7.4V
Length: 1.60 in (40.5mm)
Width: 0.83 in (21mm)
Height: 1.44 in (36.5mm)
Weight: 2.54 oz (72 g)
Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
Bearing: Dual
Motor Type: Brushless
Gear Type: Metal
Voltage: 4.8 – 7.4V

JRPSMP82S – $209.99

MP82G Wide Voltage Brushless Gyro Servo

A variety of receiver batteries are available on the model market. With certain batteries, the modeler must carefully choose appropriate servos or use a regulator between the battery and receiver; otherwise servos may be damaged due to a high voltage supply. Now JR has an answer with the new Wide Voltage (WV) Series servos. Every WV servo has a micro computer to detect incoming voltage and automatically set the right voltage for the motor.

The JR Wide Voltage Digital servos are an excellent choice for an airplane’s aileron or as the steering servo for car. The extreme accuracy of JR digital precision gives a resolution of 5900 steps per 120° of travel and zero dead-band. The Torque and Speed versions feature a durable Super Steel gear train, providing a longer life cycle and the ultimate level of durability. The Gyro version employs nylon gears for unsurpassed accuracy.

Another sophisticated benefit of the new Wide Voltage servos is the Slow Start Function. When your system is switched on, instead of the servos instantly finding center as quickly as possible, Slow Start assures that on initial power up the servo returns to the neutral position very slowly. The benefit is that you’ll see longer life from the internal servo gears and less wear and tear on the linkages of the control surfaces.

The motor used in this series of servos is a low-maintenance brushless motor that ensures long life and near instantaneous response. You’ll feel the difference the moment you take off on your first flight.

Key Features

  • Uncompromised digital precision for accuracy and performance
  • Exceptional performance with power sources from 4.8–8.5V
  • High-frequency digital amplifier
  • Brushless motor power
  • Slow Start function
  • Metal gears and heat sink case
  • Dual ball bearing support
  • JR 3-year limited warranty

Specs

Size Category: Standard
Type: Digital
Application: Competition aerobatic airplanes
Torque: 37.5 oz-in (2.7 kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 58.3 oz-in (4.2 kg-cm) @ 7.4V
Speed: 0.07 sec/60 deg @ 4.8V; 0.05 sec/60 deg @ 7.4V
Length: 1.60 in (40.5mm)
Width: 0.83 in (21mm)
Height: 1.44 in (36.5mm)
Weight: 2.26 oz (64 g)
Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
Bearing: Dual
Motor Type: Brushless
Gear Type: Nylon
Voltage: 4.8 – 7.4V

JRPSMP82G – $194.99

MP91T Wide Voltage Brushless Torque Servo

A variety of receiver batteries are available on the model market. With certain batteries, the modeler must carefully choose appropriate servos or use a regulator between the battery and receiver; otherwise servos may be damaged due to a high voltage supply. Now JR has an answer with the new Wide Voltage (WV) Series servos. Every WV servo has a micro computer to detect incoming voltage and automatically set the right voltage for the motor.

The JR Wide Voltage Low Profile Digital servos are an excellent choice for an airplane’s aileron or as the steering servo for car. The extreme accuracy of JR digital precision gives a resolution of 5900 steps per 120° of travel and zero deadband. A durable composite-metal gear train composed of hard-anodized aluminum and hardened steel and brass gears provide backlash- free operation.

Another sophisticated benefit of the new Wide Voltage servos is the Slow Start Function. When your system is switched on, instead of the servos instantly finding center as quickly as possible, Slow Start assures that on initial power up that the servo returns to the neutral position very slowly. The benefit is that you’ll see longer life from the internal servo gears and less wear and tear on the linkages of the control surfaces.

The motor used in this series of servos is a low maintenance brushless motor that ensures long life and near instantaneous response. You’ll feel the difference the moment you take off on your first flight.

Key Features

  • Uncompromised digital precision for accuracy and performance
  • Exceptional performance with power sources from 4.8–8.5V
  • High-frequency digital amplifier
  • Brushless motor power
  • Slow Start function
  • Metal gears and heat sink case
  • Dual ball bearing support
  • JR 3-year limited warranty

Specs

Size Category: Specialty
Type: Digital
Application: Airplane aileron servo, steering servo for car/truck
Torque: 191.6 oz-in (13.8 kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 301.4 oz-in (21.7 kg-cm) @ 7.4V
Speed: 0.25 sec/60 deg @ 4.8V; 0.17 sec/60 deg @ 7.4V
Length: 1.60 in (40.5mm)
Width: 0.83 in (21mm)
Height: 0.91 in (23mm)
Weight: 1.62 oz (46 g)
Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
Bearing: Dual
Motor Type: Brushless
Gear Type: Metal
Voltage: 4.8 – 7.4V

JRPSMP91T – $184.99

MPH83S Linear Hall Sensor Brushless Speed Servo

The repetitive motion of a servo while in use places a large burden on each part. The recent development of brushless motors has increased the product life of servo motors dramatically. However, when determining servo position using existing potentiometers, long-period use causes wear inside the potentiometer parts so that smooth linear operation becomes impossible. To address this issue, JR has developed a new type of servo with non-contact position detection using Linear Hall ICs, which enable position detection using magnetic force. Using this technology, JR has now perfected its next generation MPH Series Linear Hall Sensing Servos.

A variety of receiver batteries are available on the model market. With certain batteries, the modeler must carefully choose appropriate servos or use a regulator between the battery and receiver; otherwise servos may be damaged due to a high voltage supply. Every WV servo has a micro computer to detect incoming voltage and automatically set the right voltage for the motor. Another sophisticated benefit of the new Wide Voltage servos is the Slow Start Function. When your system is switched on, instead of the servos instantly finding center as quickly as possible, Slow Start assures that on initial power up that the servo returns to the neutral position very slowly. The benefit is that you’ll see longer life from the internal servo gears and less wear and tear on the linkages of the control surfaces.

Where every the utmost accuracy is your aim, there is a JR Linear Hall Sensor servo to meet your needs. From the MPH83T that provides over 400 oz-in of power to your giant scale model, to the MPH83S that provides 0.007 sec/60º response speed to the cyclic control of your helicopter, you’ll enjoy performance that’s delivered at a lower power consumption rate, and operation that’s ultra quiet. And, because tail control is so important for helicopter pilots, there’s also the MPH83G Gyro servo, where Linear Hall Senor technology proves the ultimate benefit.

The motor used in this series of servos is a low-maintenance brushless motor that ensures long life and near instantaneous response. You’ll feel the difference the moment you take off on your first flight.

Key Features

  • Uncompromised digital precision for accuracy and performance
  • Exceptional performance with power sources from 4.8–8.5V
  • High-frequency digital amplifier
  • Brushless motor power
  • Slow Start function
  • Metal gears and heat sink case
  • Dual ball bearing support
  • JR 3-year limited warranty

Specs

Size Category: Standard
Type: Digital
Application: High-precision airplanes and helicopters
Torque: 177.8 oz-in (12.8 kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 25.0 oz-in (19.8 kg-cm) @ 7.4V
Speed: 0.09 sec/60 deg @ 4.8V; 0.03 sec/60 deg @ 7.4V
Length: 1.60 in (40.5mm)
Width: 0.83 in (21mm)
Height: 1.44 in (36.5mm)
Weight: 2.54 oz (72 g)
Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
Bearing: Dual
Motor Type: Brushless
Gear Type: Metal
Voltage: 4.8 – 7.4V

JRPSMPH83S – $249.99

MP91R Wide Voltage Brushless Retract Servo

A variety of receiver batteries are available on the model market. With certain batteries, the modeler must carefully choose appropriate servos or use a regulator between the battery and receiver; otherwise servos may be damaged due to a high voltage supply. Now JR has an answer with the new Wide Voltage (WV) Series servos. Every WV servo has a micro computer to detect incoming voltage and automatically set the right voltage for the motor.

The JR Wide Voltage Low Profile Digital servos are an excellent choice for an airplane’s aileron or as the steering servo for car. The extreme accuracy of JR digital precision gives a resolution of 5900 steps per 120° of travel and zero deadband. A durable composite-metal gear train composed of hard-anodized aluminum and hardened steel and brass gears provide backlash- free operation.

Another sophisticated benefit of the new Wide Voltage servos is the Slow Start Function. When your system is switched on, instead of the servos instantly finding center as quickly as possible, Slow Start assures that on initial power up that the servo returns to the neutral position very slowly. The benefit is that you’ll see longer life from the internal servo gears and less wear and tear on the linkages of the control surfaces.

The MP91R retract servo features a proportional output so you can set the servo endpoints via the travel adjust function of your transmitter, making mechanical retract setup simple and accurate. 150% in transmitter travel adjust equals 180-degrees of servo travel.

The motor used in this series of servos is a low maintenance brushless motor that ensures long life and near instantaneous response. You’ll feel the difference the moment you take off on your first flight.

Key Features

  • Uncompromised digital precision for accuracy and performance
  • Exceptional performance with power sources from 4.8–8.5V
  • High-frequency digital amplifier
  • Brushless motor power
  • Slow Start function
  • Metal gears and heat sink case
  • Dual ball bearing support
  • JR 3-year limited warranty

Specs

Type: Digital
Application: Low profile retract servo
Torque: 191.6 oz-in (13.8 kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 301.4 oz-in (21.7 kg-cm) @ 7.4V
Speed: 0.75 sec/180 deg @ 4.8V; 0.51 sec/180 deg @ 7.4V
Length: 1.60 in (40.5mm)
Width: 0.83 in (21mm)
Height: 0.91 in (23mm)
Weight: 1.62 oz (46 g)
Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
Bearing: Dual
Motor Type: Brushless
Gear Type: Metal
Voltage: 4.8 – 7.4V
Size Category: Specialty

JRPSMP91R – $184.99

MPH83G Linear Hall Sensor Brushless Gyro Servo

The repetitive motion of a servo while in use places a large burden on each part. The recent development of brushless motors has increased the product life of servo motors dramatically. However, when determining servo position using existing potentiometers, long-period use causes wear inside the potentiometer parts so that smooth linear operation becomes impossible. To address this issue, JR has developed a new type of servo with non-contact position detection using Linear Hall ICs, which enable position detection using magnetic force. Using this technology, JR has now perfected its next generation MPH Series Linear Hall Sensing Servos.

A variety of receiver batteries are available on the model market. With certain batteries, the modeler must carefully choose appropriate servos or use a regulator between the battery and receiver; otherwise servos may be damaged due to a high voltage supply. Every WV servo has a micro computer to detect incoming voltage and automatically set the right voltage for the motor. Another sophisticated benefit of the new Wide Voltage servos is the Slow Start Function. When your system is switched on, instead of the servos instantly finding center as quickly as possible, Slow Start assures that on initial power up that the servo returns to the neutral position very slowly. The benefit is that you’ll see longer life from the internal servo gears and less wear and tear on the linkages of the control surfaces.

Where every the utmost accuracy is your aim, there is a JR Linear Hall Sensor servo to meet your needs. From the MPH83T that provides over 400 oz-in of power to your giant scale model, to the MPH83S that provides 0.007 sec/60º response speed to the cyclic control of your helicopter, you’ll enjoy performance that’s delivered at a lower power consumption rate, and operation that’s ultra quiet. And, because tail control is so important for helicopter pilots, there’s also the MPH83G Gyro servo, where Linear Hall Senor technology proves the ultimate benefit.

The motor used in this series of servos is a low-maintenance brushless motor that ensures long life and near instantaneous response. You’ll feel the difference the moment you take off on your first flight.

Key Features

  • Uncompromised digital precision for accuracy and performance
  • Exceptional performance with power sources from 4.8–8.5V
  • High-frequency digital amplifier
  • Brushless motor power
  • Slow Start function
  • Metal gears and heat sink case
  • Dual ball bearing support
  • JR 3-year limited warranty

Specs

Size Category: Standard
Type: Digital
Application: High-precision airplanes and helicopters
Torque: 37.5 oz-in (2.7 kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 58.3 oz-in (4.2 kg-cm) @ 7.4V
Speed: 0.07 sec/60 deg @ 4.8V; 0.05 sec/60 deg @ 7.4V
Length: 1.60 in (40.5mm)
Width: 0.83 in (21mm)
Height: 1.44 in (36.5mm)
Weight: 2.26 oz (64 g)
Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
Bearing: Dual
Gear Type: Nylon
Voltage: 4.8 – 7.4V

JRPSMPH83G – $229.99

MP91S Wide Voltage Brushless Speed Servo

A variety of receiver batteries are available on the model market. With certain batteries, the modeler must carefully choose appropriate servos or use a regulator between the battery and receiver; otherwise servos may be damaged due to a high voltage supply. Now JR has an answer with the new Wide Voltage (WV) Series servos. Every WV servo has a micro computer to detect incoming voltage and automatically set the right voltage for the motor.

The JR Wide Voltage Low Profile Digital servos are an excellent choice for an airplane’s aileron or as the steering servo for car. The extreme accuracy of JR digital precision gives a resolution of 5900 steps per 120° of travel and zero deadband. A durable composite-metal gear train composed of hard-anodized aluminum and hardened steel and brass gears provide backlash- free operation.

Another sophisticated benefit of the new Wide Voltage servos is the Slow Start Function. When your system is switched on, instead of the servos instantly finding center as quickly as possible, Slow Start assures that on initial power up that the servo returns to the neutral position very slowly. The benefit is that you’ll see longer life from the internal servo gears and less wear and tear on the linkages of the control surfaces.

The motor used in this series of servos is a low maintenance brushless motor that ensures long life and near instantaneous response. You’ll feel the difference the moment you take off on your first flight.

Key Features

  • Uncompromised digital precision for accuracy and performance
  • Exceptional performance with power sources from 4.8–8.5V
  • High-frequency digital amplifier
  • Brushless motor power
  • Slow Start function
  • Metal gears and heat sink case
  • Dual ball bearing support
  • JR 3-year limited warranty

Specs

Size Category: Specialty
Type: Digital
Application: Airplane aileron servo, steering servo for car/truck
Torque: 108.3 oz-in (7.8 kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 169.4 oz-in (12.2 kg-cm) @ 7.4V
Speed: 0.14 sec/60 deg @ 4.8V; 0.09 sec/60 deg @ 7.4V
Length: 1.60 in (40.5mm)
Width: 0.83 in (21mm)
Height: 0.91 in (23mm)
Weight: 1.62 oz (46 g)
Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
Bearing: Dual
Motor Type: Brushless
Gear Type: Metal
Voltage: 4.8 – 7.4V

JRPSMP91S – $184.99

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Updated: May 2, 2012 — 9:57 AM

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