DS35 3.5-Gram Digital Super Sub-Micro Servo by E-flite

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This is the E-flite DS35 3.5-Gram Digital Super Sub-Micro Servo. This high speed, precise centering digital servo is perfect for electric indoor sub-micro flyers, slow flyers, small park flyers, high performance 3D models, sub-micro electric helicopters, and hand launch gliders.


  • Digital amplifier for superior accuracy, response and holding torque
  • High speed, 0.05 sec @ 60° @ 4.8V for quick control response
  • Precise centering - less than 1°
  • Lightweight, just 3.5 grams
  • Includes convenient clip mount and mounting hardware
  • Includes multiple servo arms including an extra-long 3D servo arm
  • JST-ZHR (1.5mm) connector is compatible with Spektrum Nanolite AR6300 receivers
  • Optional connector adapters are available to work with most major brand receivers
Size Category: Minis and Micros
Type: Digital
Application: Sub-micro and Micro-sized airplanes and helis
Torque: 4.0 oz-in (0.29kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 3.2 oz-in (0.23kg-cm) @ 3.7V
Speed: 0.05 sec/60° @ 4.8V; 0.06 sec/60° @ 3.7V
Length: 0.68 in (17.5mm)
Width: 0.25 in (6.4mm)
Height: 0.85 in (21.8mm)
Weight: 0.125 oz (3.5g)
Motor Type: Coreless
Connector Type: JST-ZHR (1.5mm)
Gear Type: Nylon
Current Draw Idle: 30mA @ 4.8V; 20mA @ 3.7V
Current Draw Stall: 350mA @ 4.8V; 230mA @ 3.7V
Voltage: 3.0V-5.0V DC
Deadband: <1μs

This product was added to our catalog on July 5, 2011.

Verified Owner
Saturday, Apr 6 2013 (about 3 years ago)
E-flite DS35 3.5-Gram Digital Super Sub-Micro Servo
Do your research and check the reviews on these servos before you buy. Purchased 4 of these for a mini 3D foam airplane, they have a difficult time finding center once any load is placed on them, which means they will flutter before and during flight. All 4 servos did this. My only saving grace was AMain stands behind their products and allowed me to exchange these. I researched this issue after installing them and found multiple reviews online of people having the same issue. Horizon Hobby seemed to think this was aceptable and took the "It will not affect flight performance" stand. Buyer beware.