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JR Radios Unveils New Wide Voltage Brushless Servos

As an R/C enthusiast you probably know full well the frustrations of trying to use incompatible equipment, especially when it comes to servos designed to run a different voltage than your current setup outputs. Well JR Radios has solved this problem with their new Wide Voltage Servos. Each Wide Voltage series servo has an internal chip that senses incoming voltage which it then adjusts to. As long as your receiver is putting out between 4.8v and 8.4v the servo will adjust to it and work as intended. Other features of these new servos include 5900 steps per 120° of travel,  durable “Super Steel” gear train, and a new Slow Start function. Slow Start reduces gear and motor stress by slowly returning the servo back to center upon initial power.

Key Features

  • Uncompromising digital precision for accuracy and performance
  • Exceptional performance with power sources from 4.8–8.5V
  • High-frequency digital amplifier
  • Brushless motor power
  • Slow Start function
  • Metal gears and heat sink case
  • Dual ball bearing support
  • JR 3-year limited warranty

Size Category: Specialty
Type: Digital
Application: Airplane aileron servo, steering servo for car/truck
Torque: 191.6 oz-in (13.8 kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 301.4 oz-in (21.7 kg-cm) @ 7.4V
Speed: 0.25 sec/60 deg @ 4.8V; 0.17 sec/60 deg @ 7.4V
Length: 1.60 in (40.5mm)
Width: 0.83 in (21mm)
Height: 0.91 in (23mm)
Weight: 1.62 oz (46 g)
Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
Bearing: Dual
Motor Type: Brushless
Gear Type: Metal
Voltage: 4.8 – 7.4V
Price: $184.99


Source: JR Radios via RCCA



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