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Grove - Servo is used in driving mechanism of robots. The module is a bonus product for Grove lovers. We regulated the three-wire servo into a Grove standard connector. You can plug and play it as a typical Grove module now, without jumper wires clutter.But if you feel more like a proto servo, c...




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The Digital Continuous Rotation (360) Servo Module is a high quality servo with the standard TinkerKit 3pin connector to be plugged in the Sensor Shield (remember that the Signal pin is ALWAYS the center pin).The best choice to add Robotics & Mechatronics to your project.Servos are compos...


Feetech Micro 0.12sec/60degrees 1.3kg.cm Analog Servo.This is a great general-purpose actuator for tiny mechanisms. The FS90 is a 9 g analog servo that offers position control over an approximate 120 operating angle for servo pulses between 900 µs and 2100 µs. As with most servos, the pulse ra...


Feetech 9kg Torque analog servo - Standard RC Metal Gear Servo Motor:A servo motor is a rotary or linear drive that allows precise control of angle or linear position, speed and acceleration. It consists of a suitable motor coupled with a sensor for position feedback. Servo motors are widely u...


The Domin S4 Pro Direct Drive Servo Valve (DDV) represents a revolution in servo valve performance. Up to now, the customer has been left with an uncomfortable choice between the large footprint and weight of a DDV and the pressure and reliability limitations of EHSVs. The compromise is particularly acute with low flow applications.


The S4 Pro is based around the miniature 12.2 mm port circle and weighs less than 300 g with spool feedback for a rated 18 lpm. It delivers all the performance you would expect from a high-performance EHSV but is able to deliver it without the parasitic flow and pressure demands of a two-stage servo valve.Please browse our range below, if you have any specific adjustments or customisations you want, then please contact us direct by email or through the chat.


Hitec's most technologically advanced servo, the "Monster Torque" HS-M7990TH features an ultra precise high resolution magnetic encoder instead of a conventional mechanical potentiometer. Designed to operate on a two cell LiPo Pack the HS-M7990TH features our newest high resolution "G2.5" 12 bit generation programmable digital circuit and our indestructible Titanium gears. Other features of the HS-M7990TH include a 7.4V optimized coreless motor, integrated heat sink case, and a top case with two hardened steel gear pins supported by brass axialbushings.


Well here's something amazing that will help you do just that!.Introducing the new....... GSPEED Chassis G-LD-V2 LayDown servo mount. Now with 2 different servo mounting positions by mounting on the front or rear of the standoffs and added servo winch mounting holes in the rear cross member. Also the rear cross member has been moved forward to create plenty of room for the TGH-FMM forward motor mount on the GSPEED GS-V4 Chassis. CNC cut out of 6061-T6 aluminum with M3 threaded holes to securely mount to the GSPEED panhard and Chassis rails. This low center of gravity chassis CMS mount gets Sorrca points and while running a front droop setup you'll get the same LCG performance as a axle mounted servo with no bump steer. Designed by GSPEED Team Driver Michael Frolik.This IS an Elevation Changer for your C1, C2, C3 or cheater rig!


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This handy micro servo is designed to work in any building brick compatible environment. It features male and female brick studs as well as two axle mounting holes for easy building. Instead of a standard servo horn we instead have a standard axle mount. This means you can easily plug gears, wheels, and other axle mounting pieces directly to the servo! No need for an adapter!


This DS160CLHV is one of 4 ProModeler mini-size digital servo alternatives. Sharing the same hybrid construction as the DS110CLHV, this one is rated at 160oz-in instead of 110oz-in. Featuring the same look due to hybrid (plastic/aluminum) construction, the 160 and 110 have coreless motors. Costlier alternatives in the mini-class include the 160BLHV and 205BLHV. More expensive due to an all-aluminum case, these also have brushless motors and an up-rated gear train. Anyway, outputting 160 oz-in and transiting in 0.06 sec/60, many pilots view this DS160CLHV as our best compromise of all possible features in the mini-class. Perhaps you will also.


Don't let its mini size fool you because this digital servo packs a punch. After all, 160 oz is the same as 10 lbs . . . or more than the models themselves may weigh! This means you can use them in a 89" P-51 Mustang if you're savvy enough to realize size isn't everything. Of course, a serious pilot's overriding concerns revolve around how well it centers and what it weighs, right? With respect to centering, due to our using a genuine Japanese Nobel potentiometer (the best money can buy) along with MIL-SPEC components, you get the best centering in the industry. And since the case is made of CNC-machined aircraft aluminum plus impact resistant engineering polymer (reinforced with bronze bushings at the steel gear shafts pockets), you get lust-worthy light weight plus slop-free performance that endures season after season.


Better components. Better servos. The formula is simple. Decisions regarding what go into ProModeler servos aren't made in accounting to optimize price and profit, but in engineering. The reasonable price comes about because of a better business model that eschews the old way of doing things (importer + distributor + hobby dealers). Why? it's because they all get a cut at your expense. With us you're smartly cutting out the middlemen by dealing direct so you save money while getting a better servo!


Note; when the trade off between reduced torque for greater speed is attractive, eyeball our DS110CLHV because it's basically the same servo (but with different gearing). Outputting 110 oz-in at an über speedy 0.035sec/60 this servo is actually fast enough for tail rotor use - just be sure to verify your gyro supports a servo with a 1520μs neutral (most do). Anyway, aggressive 3D pilots really favor this servo.


Finally, if the thought of mini-size servos - but with brushless instead of coreless motors - are your cup of tea, our DS160BLHV and DS085BLHV (760μs) are the very top-of-the food chain. Thing is, they go for nearly 100 bucks a pop so they're not for everybody. However, with an all-aluminum case plus a brushless motor, these are our take-no-prisoners approach to a mini-size servo for those who want the very best . . . and damn the expense! You know who you are.


These are mini-size servos with very small gears and operating them manually via the servo horn may damage them. This damage is not covered by warranty. Please do not treat these like a standard size servos. You've been warned. Also, operating voltage is 4.8-8.4V, but optimal performance is obtained with a 2S LiPo instead of a BEC. This is because LiPos deliver the required current without voltage spikes, noise, or otherwise adversely affecting the delicate avionics (15C or better is recommended). After all, synthetic orange colored Tang may have gone to the moon, but it doesn't compare to freshly squeezed orange juice. Same thing when it comes to feeding your avionics!


When customers mention a competing servo, they're basically asking our opinion regarding how something else compares to our DS160CLHV. What follows is a summary of our observations - offered in hopes of informing your opinion (while trusting you'll judge us to be blunt, but fair).


With so many standard size coreless-motor servos available, selecting the best one can be hard. This page compares and contrasts the ProModeler DS160CLHV digital servo with others vying for your business. While not a comprehensive market survey because we've been careful to winnow out the junk, these are ones we - as modelers - would consider buying if we weren't in the servo business ourselves (and note, despite the fact some are more or less expensive than ours, these are shown because we're not afraid of a fair fight). Servos are listed alphabetically.


First up is Futaba's venerable S9650 Mini. Our experience with Futaba-brand servos has been both long and pleasant. Especially with mini-size servos spanning back in time to when the S32H basically invented the class. The S9650 is more of the same - but digital - leading to it becoming one of the all-time best sellers in the class. However, the DS160CLHV is digital as well and handily eclipses the S9650 in both torque and speed. Moreover, ours is mechanically better too because it has bronze inserts where the steel gear shafts fit the case (so it won't get sloppy with hard use), and it's assembled with 10 bolts vs. 4 (for increased rigidity under load), plus it has a finned aluminum center-section (for better heat dissipation), as well as a PCB (printed circuit board) with a conformal coating resulting in better protection against destructive vibration, plus thirteen (13) O-rings for water resistance . . . and ours is slightly less expensive. Game over!


The Hitec HS-7245MH is a popular servo for good reasons. It's a solid product. However, the ProModeler DS160CLHV offers more torque, a lot more speed, and is 10 bucks cheaper to boot. Ours is also more versatile because it can be used with a wider range of voltages, and has O-rings for water resistance - important when you're dodging rain drops from a pop up rain shower one fine summer day at the flying field (or maybe enthralled by float planes and re-purposing your servos for flying a float plane off water three years from now). But what about the programmability Hitec touts? Well, with today's transmitters, reversing a servo, setting end points, etc. within the servo itself just isn't that big a deal - not like it was back in the day when transmitters were more primitive. Not that it's totally useless, but is it sufficient reason to justify buying an inferior servo? Added to which, the whole programming thing is something a moving target by which we mean, they've come out with more than one of these programmers over the years (as they evolve their software) so what guarantee do you have that your money spent for one of these things today, will still work with later generation servos? Not calling it a gimmick, but many experienced modelers believe in-servo programming simply isn't the be-all, end-all, and we concur. Moreover, with an HS-7245MH you also give up niceties like the conformal coating on the PCB (for improved vibration protection), the finned aluminum center-section (that dissipates heat better), as well as the Nobel potentiometer, plus 10-bolts vs. 4-bolts (which results in a more rigid assembly). However, even if you discount all this, then ours is 'still' better because it's more powerful, faster, and less expensive! Add one last thing, which folks bring up occasionally; when did metal gears begin to include a plastic gear? Lots of companies do this today and it seems to bother people. With respect to the HS-7245MH, the plastic gear for this servo is part #55018 and it's sold in 3-packs (for whatever that tells you). Remember this; things aren't always what they seem so be careful before reaching for your wallet. 041b061a72


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