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Hitec/RCD HS-7985MG High-Torque Digital Servo MG Coreless Univ Plu

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No. 759524

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Hitec/RCD HS-7985MG High-Torque Digital Servo MG Coreless Univ Plu

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Hitec HS-7985MG High-Torque Digital Servo MG Coreless Univ Plu HS-7985MG Servo from Hitec/RCD

The Hitec HS-79XX series is the second generation of programmable-circuitry servo which offers twice the resolution of Hitec's previous digital servos.

With the optional HFP-20 Servo Programmer, you will be able to activate the new overload-protection and resolution-mode settings.

Specs:

  • Torque: 172 Oz/In @ 6V
  • Speed: 0.13/Sec @ 6V
  • Dimensions: 1.57 x 0.78 x 1.45 in
  • Weight: 2.18 Oz

Replaces the HS-5985MG Servo

Why you need digital servos!There's nothing standard about a digital!

Accurate and reliable centering, even in more economically priced servos

Develop instant power. An analog servo only develops it's full power whenstalled and/or at its extreme movement. A Digital servo develops all ofit's power as soon as it moves, thus effectively making a digital servostronger even if it specs the same as a comparable analog.

Holding Power. A digital servo stays in the position you command with allof it's power, thus virtually eliminating the blow back found with allnormal analog servos.

Digital Precision. When used with a 2.4GHz digital radio, especially afast radio such as Airtronics, digital servos more accurately translate andhold your command inputs from your transmitter. You will feel moreconnected to your model.

Wide Selection. Unlike years past, digital servos come in a huge varietyof sizes and specifications, and prices! Setting up a complete model 100%digital is more practical and affordable than ever before.

GO DIGITAL TODAY

Additional Information

SKU 759524
Manufacturer Hitec/RCD
Mfr Part Number 37985S
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