This is the HS-35HD Ultra Nano Aircraft Servo from Hitec. FEATURES: DMK (Dual Metal Karbonite) #3 and 4 gears + 3 Karbonite combination Dedicated potentiometer and DMK gears ensure long life
INCLUDES: HS-35HD Ultra Nano Servo with two 1.1" (28mm) double arms, one 2.1" (54mm) double arm, one 1.2" (31mm) double arm, one 0.67" (17mm) four point arm and three mounting screws
REQUIRES: Installing in aircraft and connecting linkages
- Operating Speed (4.8v): 0.1 sec @60°
- Output Torque (4.8v): 11.11oz.in (0.8kg.cm)
- Weight: 0.158oz (4.5g)
- Size: 0.74 x 0.30 x 0.62" (18.6 x 7.6 x 15.5mm)
COMMENTS: Operating voltage should not exceed 4.8V.
|Mfr Part Number||33035S|
- Servo failed in flight Review by Pogo
- Working OK now Review by Pogo
- Preliminary review: be careful when powering these puppies up. Review by Pogo
Servo two has behaved well on all subsequent tests while servo one still acts like it's haunted until it eventually settles down. I bought these servos to fit a unique situation and considered myself lucky to get them since they seem to be perpetually out of stock. If I had it all to do over again I would buy their more expensive digital twin, the Hitec HS-5035 HD, (for $10.00 more apiece). HS-5035s are rated to 6.0 volts and might provide some piece of mind but they are also perpetually out of stock.
Servo one might just be a rare slip in quality control and it seems to actually be breaking in with subsequent ground testing. I will probably fly these servos but never before have I thrown so much money at a $10.00 swap meet airplane. (A VQ Delta Rocket in this case).
A further review will follow flight testing.
(Posted on 6/9/14)