X6 HBL599 Brushless Titanium Gear High Torque Digital Servo (High Voltage) by MKS
This product was added to our catalog on August 5, 2015.
The MKS X6 HBL599 Brushless Titanium Gear High Torque Digital Servo is perfect for 1/10 to 1/5 scale applications that require stump pulling torque, low power consumption and high speed, combined with the flexibility of high voltage circuitry in a standard size package.
- Ideal for 1/10 monster truck, 1/8 truck and buggy and 1/5 scale applications
- Ultra torque, incredible efficiency, and low power consumption
- Smoother, faster, more efficient for top level performance
- Chrome-Titanium gears for precision and durability
- .11 / 416.62 oz-in @6.0V and .08 / 583.27 oz-in @ 8.2V!
- Standard dimensions make it perfect for vehicles that can benefit from a high quality servo
- CNC Machined aluminum case for exceptional cooling
- HD 4096 Resolution
- 0.0008ms Dead Band
- Superior Holding Torque
- Japanese Brushless Motor
- @6.0V: 416.62 oz-in (30 kg-cm)
- @7.4V: 527.72 (38 kg-cm)
- @8.2V: 583.27 (42 kg-cm)
- @6.0V: 0.11 s
- @7.4V: 0.09 s
- @8.2V: 0.08 s
- Weight: 73.12 g
- Dimension: 40x20x38.5mm
- Working Voltage: 3.5 ~ 8.4 V (2S LiPo unregulated)
- Working frequency: 1520μs / 333Hz
- Dead Band: 0.0008 ms (Default)
- Bearing: 2BB
- Motor: Japan High Quality Brushless Motor
- Gear: Chrome-Titanium alloy gear
Due to running on a high bite indoor clay track, I wanted a servo that was both responsive and with good torque output. I settled on this MKS HBL599 as the stats looked good but was a bit worried as I had no experience with MKS as a brand before. The build and machine work just on the case is impressive, not cheap pot-metal cases here with machined holes and calling it a CNC part, this is a machined case with serious cooling fins. Running it off a Tekin RX8 GenII at 7 volts this thing is an absolute beast and centers perfectly with out constantly wander and searching for center, best digital brushless servo I have owned yet, others being Futaba, Airtronics and Savox. Not had my buggy in any major crashes so no major reports on durability yet but the servos is the best built one I have seen under $200.00, bar none.
The spline count for this is the same as Savox and Futaba, 25T.)
I found this on the Sanwa site
SANWA For CarFor Sky All NewsNew productsImportant information Japanese
About the digital servos specification
Model: All "SANWA" brand digital servos.
SANWA's digital servos were designed to improve a vehicle resoponse to the limit. As a result, the servos makes frizzling noise on neutral status and also the servo horn vibrates slightly. These symptoms are caused by the strict specification, however it does not affect product's performance. We would recommend you to feel the deffirence of the vehicle response.
So it looks like a Sanwa issue,)