Trinity High Torque Digital Servo

Trinity High Torque Digital Servo

From Trinity:
The NEW Trinity HS-1990 torque and high voltage standard servo adopts an all-aluminum heat dissipation shell design, which can prevent the servo from becoming hot during operation, and at the same time ensure that the shell has sufficient strength to resist shocks. This servo has been tested for months while putting it under very stressful situations and performed flawlessly we feel this servo stands up to any servo on the market when factoring Strength and Speed. In addition, its internal structure gear adopts high-precision reinforced steel gear and reinforced shaft, which not only has strong occlusal force, but also can closely cooperate with the operation of the servo with the silk-smooth three-bearing. When driven by the highest voltage of 8.4V, the fastest speed can reach 0.075sec, which is very suitable for off-road vehicle competition. Of course, waterproof and dustproof function is essential, suitable for a variety of harsh weather and environments.

Features:

  • High Performance Standard Digital Servo
  • Aluminum Fast Cooling Design
  • Strengthen High Chrome Steel Shaft
  • Extra Strong Patent Steel Gears
  • Super Strong Three Ball Bearings
  • Long Lifespan Brushless Motor
  • Programmable Digital Circuit
  • High Precision Magnetic Sensor
  • Fully Waterproof Up To IP67 Grade
  • Ideal for 1/8 & 1/10 Scale On road, off road, Truck, Boat, Airplane, Helicopter.

Specs:

Operating Voltage: 4.8-8.4v
Operating Temperature: 5°F-150°F
Bearing Type: Dual Ball Bearing
Size: 40x20x37.5mm
Weight: 83g
Wire : 300mm/22AWG
Torque @ 6.0v: 389 oz-in
Torque @7.4v: 431 oz-in
Torque @ 8.4v: 486 oz-in
Speed @ 6.0v: .097/60° sec
Speed @7.4v: .086/60° sec
Speed @ 8.4v: .075/60° sec
Spline: 25T
Gear Type: Steel

#HT-1990 – $157.50
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Trinity High Torque Digital Servo

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