|Aug 04, 2011, 05:47 PM|
Joined Apr 2010
Good metal Gear micro servo?
I have been looking at servo's from GraysonHobby and i was wondering what you would suggest as a good servo.
Basically i want a micro servo that isn't too heavy, has metal gears, and centers good.
I had good experience with Corona DS-939's but i was also wondering if i could cheap out for some analog servos......what is the biggest difference between analog and digital?
I am aiming for $10 per servo but i would rather have centering for price
|Aug 04, 2011, 06:34 PM|
If the Corona are good enough for your use why change? I use the DS-919 Digital/MG and very pleased with them. They can be have for $10 a piece in pack of 4:
My skills are not up to Hanno Prettner level so I can't really appreciate the difference between analog and digital servosWhat I noticed is that they draw more current and have more holding power than analog. I think digital are only worth it with the more expensive brand name like Hitec which offer full program options.
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