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Hobby People HP-D11M Hi-Power MG Digital Micro Servo

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No. 119011


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HP-D11M - A MICRO Servo with more power and strength than some standard servos! 49oz-in @ 6.0v!

Hobby People HP-D11M Hi-Power MG Digital Micro Servo

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Hobby People HP-D11M Hi-Power MG Digital Micro Servo

Ultra High Performance and Ultra-Affordable!

Hobby People is dedicated to bringing you the best values in R/C! The High-Power HP-D11M is no exception. This little DIGITAL micro servo is only 11grams in weight and yet has metal gears, huge torque, fast speed, and all at a price that will make you wonder why you considered anything else.

There's no need to sacrifice strength for cost!


• Weight: 11g, .39oz

• Speed @ 4.8V: .12

• Speed @ 6.0V: .10

• Torque @ 4.8V: 3kg-cm 42oz-in

• Torque @ 6.0V: 3.5kg-cm 49oz-in

• Dimensions: 23.2x12x24.8mm .92x.48x.98in

Ever wonder what all those numbers in the HP servo names name mean?

For the HP-D11M, they mean:

HP = Hobby People

D = Digital

11 = Weight in Grams

M = Metal Gears

We put the most important specs in the name so you can look at the basic description of a Hobby People servo and you'll know EXACTLY what you're getting!

HP servos come with a standard size plug and wiring order that make it compatible with current major brands today.

Additional Information

SKU 119011
Manufacturer Hobby People
Mfr Part Number HP-D11M
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Customer Reviews

Work OK for me Review by larrygcmob
I have 3 of these installed in my Polaris XL and so far they have been working flawlessly. No trim changes have ever been made as a result of the servos not centering or if they drift from center. They seem to be rock solid. This is only after 20-25 flites so they are still pretty new. I will update this review if they fail or start giving me problems. (Posted on 9/16/13)
excessive current draw Review by GDW
GDW: YES, micro servos that are hi torq draw a lot of current. I believe if you read your ESC instructions, they will have shown this limitation. MKF

Current draw for this servo is lacking in the specs. My ESC with a 3A BEC couldn't drive 4 of these. If I had known how much current this servo required, I wouldn't have wasted my time troubleshooting the receiver dropouts. (Posted on 1/14/13)
8working perfectly Review by kev
impressive performance at price that cant be beat (Posted on 12/5/12)
Not Good -Won't come back to center smoothly Review by JB
JB, please contact our service department so we can get them returned and test them. Thanks. Matt

I bough t two of these servos for a 48" Extreme flight plae. What running HS-65MGs. These servos will not recenter after gooing past about 60-70% of full travel in either direction ..let of the stick (they should recenter) and they go into an ocilation up and down, over and over to about 30% of their full traven in either direction. Can't fly like that (bought one for rudder and one for eleveator, tried both on elevator and they both had the same problem) (Posted on 9/11/12)
work right Review by Steve
have 4 installed and all work perfectly. great price too for performance. (Posted on 8/13/12)

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