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This is the ProTek R/C 130T Digital Hi-Torque Metal Gear High Voltage Servo. ProTek R/C Servos have been developed to provide enthusiasts with high quality servo's that will exceed expectations at every level. With features that meet or surpass what our competition can provide, ProTek R/C servos deliver performance and unmatched value, with industry leading customer support.
The ProTek R/C 130T High Voltage Hi-Torque servo delivers an incredible 288 oz-in of torque with a 0.10 transit speed at 6.0V, and when you bump the voltage to 7.4 the spec's increase to 355 oz-in and 0.08! Spec's like these make this servo an excellent choice for any 1/10 to 1/8 scale vehicle application. Other features include a full metal gear train that is supported by dual ball bearings, a 200mm long 22awg connector wire with gold plated connectors, a coreless motor and an aluminum middle case that helps to dissipate heat and helps to increase efficiency.
Plus, instead of a cheap plastic servo horn, ProTek R/C goes the extra mile with an included aluminum single arm servo horn that will stand up to a majority of the punishment you can throw at it. Stop wasting your money on budget servos that look good in the spec list, but fall short when its time to perform. Get ProTek and don't look back.
Warning! This ProTek R/C servo requires that you use a m3x10mm screw to attach the servo horn to the output shaft. If you choose to use another screw, be sure to use a 10mm length screw. Use of a shorter screw can cause failure and will void your warranty.
|Recommended Application|| 1/10 to 1/8 scale surface
|Operating Voltage|| 4.8V - 7.4V
|Operating Temperature||14° to 140° F (-10 to +60° C)|
|Operating Speed @ 6.0V|| 0.10/60° sec
|Operating Speed @ 7.4V
|| 0.08/60° sec
|Dynamic Torque @ 6.0V
||288 oz-in (20.7 kg-cm)
|Dynamic Torque @ 7.4V
||355 oz-in (25.6 kg-cm)
||High Efficiency Coreless Motor
|Output Shaft||25 Tooth
||1520?s / 333hz|
ProTek R/C is an AMain Sports & Hobbies brand.
This product was added to our catalog on October 8, 2012