What Can You Do With Hitec’s New Robo-Servo?

What Can You Do With Hitec’s New Robo-Servo?

Other than sticking it into a robot (duh), what would you do with Hitec’s latest robot servo? Instead of moving to an endpoint, the HSR-2645CR spins its output shaft continuously in either direction, with proportional speed up to 46rpm. You could use it to crank a jack screw and lift a dump bed, or make a winch with it. It could also be good for spinning a tank turret, or you could make this goofy “shock tester.” What else can you come up with?

Whatever you cook up, you’ll be able to apply plenty of torque (167 oz.-in., max) and the price is right–just $32.

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Hitec HSR-2645CR robot servo

Hitec HSR-2645CR robot servo specs


From Hitec: 

Expanding on the durable and responsive power of the HSR-1425CR continuous rotation servo, we have developed the digital HSR-2645CR. This non-proportional, continuous rotation servo delivers the commanding force you require, with intense, powerful torque, wide voltage capability and Hitec’s impressive metal gear train. Responsive high speed motion and quick directional shifts make this the go-to servo for your most complex and specialized applications. Its programmability and “all-in” solid build will have radio control, robotic and engineering enthusiasts cheering. Continuous performance by Hitec!


  • Programmable Digital Circuit
  • Linear Speed Control
  • Quick Directional Shift
  • Low Dead Band for Precise Control
  • Wide Input Voltage Range

32645CR – $31.99

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Updated: July 20, 2015 — 3:24 PM
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