ToolkitRC ST8 Advanced Multi-Servo Tester

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ToolkitRC ST8 Advanced Multi-Servo Tester
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The ST8 Advanced Multi-Servo Tester is an incredible leap forward with a tool that is a must have for almost any R/C enthusiast. With the ability to adjust up to 4 servos at once (@ independent signal), 8 total  servo outputs (@ a single signal), various measurement modes, various signal trigger sources, servo speed testing, and external signal input from PWM, PPM, or S.Bus signal, the ST8 will provide powerful tools to anyone looking for a great multi-purpose tool. 

Specifications:
Input Voltage:
7-28V @ 10A
Main Output Port: 5-28V @ 10A
Signal Port Output Voltage: 5-8.4V @ 4A (S1-S4 Ports) | 5-8.4V @ 4A (S4 Ext.)
Output Signal: 1000-2900uS @ 33-1000Hz @ S1-S4 | 500-2500uS @ S5 (PWM) | PPM 8CH @ S5 | S.Bus 16CH @ S5
P1 Rotation Range: 1000-2000uS @ P1
Micro USB: USB Upgradeable
LCD Display: 2.4 Inch RGB 320x240 resolution
Dimensions: 99x68x26mm
Weight: 120g

This product was added to our catalog on November 29, 2019

Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jan 5 2022 (6 months ago)
ToolkitRC ST8 Advanced Multi-Servo Tester
This servo tester has a lot of fancy features, but seems to lack some basic ones!

The biggest miss is that it is fiddly to set each servo to a unique value. When using the P1 knob, there is no option to quickly isolate control a specific servo. If you want to use the P1 knob, it will simultaneously control all servos set to P1 knob control. The only way to adjust servos to individual positions is using the 'key' setting which does allow for setting three different values per servo. There is no option to invert the input signals or servo outputs.

The tester does work well for testing and graphing servo current draw, but only provides a maximum current reading. It would be great to read a value of the average current draw, as the maximum current spikes are brief.

Adjustable output voltage is another good feature.

It does seem that many of these issues could be resolved with improved firmware, however there have been no updates since V1.13 2020-07-21.