At 77 oz-in of output torque, the servo no longer operates at 4.8 V, but at 6.0 V the servo is still going strong. Note that the "droop" of the servo horn position is significantly more pronounced, however the total error on a 60 degree servo horn motion

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Posted by: 96S14 on Jul 19, 2006 05:47 AM
At 77 oz-in of output torque, the servo no longer operates at 4.8 V, but at 6.0 V the servo is still going strong.  Note that the
 
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This graph shows the "droop" that the servo experiences when putting out 40 oz-in of torque. Note that the deflection from the zero load position is only a few degrees and that it's less at 6.0v than it is at 4.8v...a good reason to use 5 cell RX packs i
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At 58 oz-in of torque, the "droop" of the servo arm position is more pronounced, as expected. The overall droop though is still pretty reasonable considering the load, and the benefit of the 5 cell receiver pack is more pronounced.
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The HS-6635HB installed on the aileron of our Ultra Stik Lite. Note the strong 4-40 linkage.
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The HS-6635HB is a standard size servo and hence is pretty easy to fit almost anywhere on a larger airplane.
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