Savox SC-1258TG Servo

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SKU: SC-1258TG
Regular price $62.50 美元
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This is the Savox SC-1258TG Standard Size Coreless Digital High-Speed Titanium Gear Servo. The SC1258TG combines leading edge technology with super high 12-bit (4096) resolution and titanium and aluminum gears for one amazing servo! With titanium and aluminum gears, this servo is truly magical. Pushing 167 ounces of torque and a blistering .08 transit time, this servo is redefining what an all-around servo should be capable of. This is a great upgrade to most comparably priced servos.

Features

  • Combines leading edge technology with super high 12 bit (4096) resolution and titanium gears
  • Super light-weight
  • Coreless motor provides high speed, incredible efficiency, and low power consumption
  • Extremely strong titanium gears ensure long-life and durability
  • The aluminum case design not only looks good but also allows for cooler and smoother operating temps
  • Ideal for CCPM on 600 and 700 class helis and as a steering servo on 1/10 scale buggies

TECHNICAL SPECS:

  • Dimensions(mm): 40.3x20.2x37.2
  • Weight(g): 52.4
  • Speed(@4.8V sec/60): .10
  • Torque(@4.8V oz-in): 133.3
  • Speed(@6.0V sec/60): .08
  • Torque(@6.0V oz-in): 166.6
  • Gear: Titanium & Aluminum
  • Bearing: 2BB
  • Case: Aluminum
  • Running current (at no load): 100 mA @ 4.8V
  • Running current (at no load): 120 mA @ 6.0V
  • Stall current (at locked): 4000 mA @ 4.8V
  • Stall current (at locked): 5000 mA @ 6.0V
  • Idle current (at stopped): 5 mA @ 4.8V
  • Idle current (at stopped): 5 mA @ 6.0V
  • Limit angle: 200°±10°
  • Connector wire gauge: #22 AWG
  • Connector wire length: 250 ±5 mm
  • Horn gear spline: 25T
  • Control system: Pulse width modification
  • Amplifier type: Digital Controller
  • Operating Travel: 100° (when 1000→2000 μsec)
  • Neutral position: 1500 μsec
  • Dead band width: 3 μsec
  • Rotating direction: Counterclockwise (when 1500→2000 μsec)
  • Pulse width range: 800→2200 μsec
  • Maximum travel: Approx 130° (when 900→2100 μsec)