Originally Posted by Roto Rob
I like my servo's to last a long time, be reliable, not draw rediculous amounts of current, and have good bearing support of the output shaft.
I like ratings that tell if its holding torque, or dynamic. And speed ratings that tell the degree's.
The speed that we talked about is identical same as FUTABA for 60 degree.
Stall torque will bring the MAX current similar to:
S03N3 Strong Digital MG 2BB servo had test datas just measured as below:
4.8V 0.188sec 29.0kg-cm 4000mA
6.0V 0.160sec 35.0kg-cm 4700mA
7.4V 0.134sec 42.0kg-cm 5300mA
8.4V 0.126sec 44.0kg-cm 5800mA
Guess this is the best brushed core motor standard size servo among all, yet, they run very smoothly, current rating are rather too small: )!
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How much of this servos? All metal CNC cases version: Digital $100/ea; Linear $95
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