Hitec HS-7985MG Digital High-Torque Metal Gear Servo

Hitec HS-7985MG Digital High-Torque Metal Gear Servo
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The HS-7985MG High Torque Digital Servo has the added benefit of our G2 second generation programmable digital circuit. This circuit has twice the resolution of our original circuit while adding programmable overload protection. The technology doesn’t stop at the circuit board, with a high performance coreless motor, dual ball bearing supported output shaft, bushing supported gear shafts and our Heavy Duty Metal gear train, the HS-7985MG was designed to withstand the stress of larger high performance aircraft and on/off road vehicles.

Features:

  • Coreless Motor
  • Dual Ball Bearing Supported Output Shaft
  • Heavy Duty Metal Gear Train
  • G2 Digital Circuit
  • *** Programmable Features Include: ***
  • Dead Band Width
  • Direction of Rotation
  • Speed of Rotation (slower)
  • End Points
  • Neutral Points
  • Fail Safe On/Off
  • Fail Safe Point
  • Resolution* (default is high resolution)
  • Overload Protection* (default is off)
  • *these features are only programable with the HFP-20 field programmer (#44430)
Specifications:
  • Speed:
    • 4.8V: 0.16 sec/60 deg.
    • 6.0V: 0.13 sec/60 deg.
  • Torque:
    • 4.8V: 144 oz/in
    • 6.0V: 172 oz/in
  • Length: 1.57in (39.87mm)
  • Width: 0.78in (19.81mm)
  • Height: 1.45in (36.83mm)
  • Weight: 2.18oz (61.7g)
Limited Warranty:
Hitec Servo Warranty: Each Hitec servo is backed by a limited two-year warranty from the date of purchase. Hitec RCD USA, INC. shall REPAIR OR REPLACE, at Hitec RCD, INC., defective equipment covered by this warranty, otherwise the purchaser and/or consumer is responsible for any charges for the repair or replacement of the product.

This product was added to our catalog on June 17, 2008