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The TowerPro 995

Discussion in 'Radios and Servos Section' started by mikey, Jun 13, 2012.

  1. mikey

    mikey Well-Known Member Factory Member

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    So far so good, I've put two in my GT2 to see if they are as advertised, here's the specs...
    -Dimensions: 1.57" x 0.79" x 1.44" (40 x 20 x 36.5mm)
    -Weight: 1.78oz / 48g (Servo Net Weight Only) Operating Speed (4.8V no load) : 0.17sec / 60 degrees
    -Operating Speed (6.0V no load) : 0.13sec / 60 degrees
    -Stall Torque (4.8V): (13kg/cm) (180oz/in.)
    -Stall Torque (6.0V): (15kg/cm) (208oz/in.)
    -Temperature Range: -30 to +60 Degree C
    -Dead Band Width: 4usec
    -Operation Voltage: 3.5 - 8.4Volts
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    I hope there all right, they were cheap too so I don't know how good they can be.
    I got them for $17.99 plus $16 for shipping, so for under $34 I got 4 servos. I wouldn't recommend them for 1/8 scale until I test them in 1/10 scale. Stay tuned...
     
  2. AERacer

    AERacer Administrator Staff Member Moderator Factory Member

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    I used Bluebird servos many years ago and they lasted the abuses of my MGT.

    I guess the key is to correctly set the EPA
     
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  3. mikey

    mikey Well-Known Member Factory Member

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    yep, always be sure to set your EPA on your radio. That's the life of a servo.:D
     

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