DS95-i Titanium Gear High Speed Digital Micro Helicopter Tail Servo by MKS
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This is the MKS DS95i Titanium Gear High Speed Digital Micro Helicopter Tail Servo. With features that include a chrome/titanium alloy gear train, an aluminum center case, as well as an aluminum upper and lower case, this servo is practically bomb proof. Plus with its Super Narrow Pulse 760μs with AVCS, .03 transit speed and 33 oz/in of torque @ 6 volts, the DS95-i provides impressive reaction, speed and torque that makes it an excellent tail servo.
- Dead band: 0.001ms (Default)
- Control System: +Pulse Width Control
- Working frequency: 760μs / 560hz
- (RX) Required Pulse: 3.0~5.0 Volt Peak to Peak Square Wave
- Operating Voltage: 4.8~6.0 V DC Volts
- Operating Temperature Range: -10 to + 60 Degree C
- Operating Speed (4.8V): 0.047 sec/60° degrees at no load
- Operating Speed (6V): 0.038 sec/60° degrees at no load
- Stall Torque (4.8V): 26.66 oz/in (1.92 kg-cm)
- Stall Torque (6V): 33.33 oz/in (2.40 kg-cm)
- 360° Modifiable: YES
- Motor Type: Coreless motor
- Potentiometer Drive: Direct Drive
- Driver Type: FET
- Bearing Type: Dual Ball Bearings
- Gear Type: Chrome-Titanium alloy gear
- Programmable: NO
- Connector Wire Length: 20.0cm (7.86")
- Dimensions: 23x12x27.25mm (0.9x0.47x1.07")
- Weight: 21.21g (0.74 oz)
This product was added to our catalog on June 23, 2011.
MKS DS95-i Titanium Gear High Speed Digital Micro Helicopter Tail Servo
Blazing fast! They've got more torque than alot of cyclic servos, and 0.038 sec/60° is insane! You'll actually get about as much force out of this servo as you do with the DS95 cyclic servos if you use a shorter servo horn (torque = force x distance, reduce distance and force increases). It doesn't work plugged into my radio, and make sure to choose a gyro that can send a 760us 560Hz signal (like the spartan quark), or your servo won't work. A lot of gyros are capable of this signal type, so it's not much of a downfall, but if you want to upgrade your tail servo and not your gyro, you should check for possible compatibility issues. This servo also eliminates the need for a separate BEC for your tail servo (it runs on 6.0v), and it eliminates the need for a standard or mini sized servo to be used with the tail. Since this is so small and light compared to a mini or standard servo, it could help out with COG as well (my helicopters' tails always seem to be too heavy). I love this servo and I think it's a great buy! I hope this info was helpful. -Derek