|Dec 17, 2012, 11:39 PM|
Joined Dec 2012
Hello everyone its Joey B from Version 95 and Hono Circuit. I just wanted to give everyone a heads up on a new servo company RC OMG.I am currently waiting on my test units, however my good friends from the UK Tom Wendtland and Peter Gray have got theirs and love them.
We all got RC OMG‘s new low profile digital brushless servo part number HDT045070B. Based on Pete and Toms first hand results, and the specs listed below these seem like amazing servos for many dif uses.
Operating Voltage Range
Bushing or Bearing
Dual Ball Bearings
Torque oz./in. (4.8V/6.0V)
Torque kg./cm. (4.8V/6.0V)
Size in Inches
1.58 x 0.79 x0.99
Size in Millimeters
+Pulse Width Control 1500usec Neutral
3-5 Volt Peak to Peak Square Wave
Operating Temperature Range(F)
14° - 122°
Operating Temperature Range(℃)
-10° - 50°
Idle Current (@6.0V/7.4V)
No Load Running Current (6.0V/7.4V)
Stall Current (6.0V/7.4V)
Dead Band Width
Connector Wire Length
11.8 in. / 300 mm.
Connector Wire Gauge
Stay tuned for my full review, pics and video
|Dec 18, 2012, 05:21 AM|
Joined Dec 2012
Hello I can add a word, we are a group of French drifter and we will get the servo to test a few days, in fact, the OMG offers several different types of servo to use, returns some modellers are good and we affirmed his statements.
We make a return on the test as soon as we have received.
Thank you and see you soon
|Dec 19, 2012, 04:54 AM|
Here is the comments of Brett
"Both servos are installed in our modified Clodbuster race trucks that race in the RCMTC race series.
- The 150L (the std. one) servo worked well and had plenty of power to turn the wheels on the high traction carpet. It seemed like it was a bit slower than the servo it replaced (the one we currently offer), but it did center well which is very important with these trucks. I'm including 2 pictures, one close up of the servo installed and another of the truck it was installed in.
- The 150B brushless servo worked great in the truck it was installed in. It replaced a Spektrum digital hi-speed servo and was noticeably faster than that servo. It is currently being run with a servo saver, but will likely get changed to a straight aluminum arm due to it having titanium gears. I'm including 2 pictures, one close up of the servo installed and another of the truck it was installed in. Also including a video the racers sent me. I wasn't able to open it, but it should show you the type of racing and vehicle this servo was installed in.
Pictures and video are yours to post/use however you need to. Both servos will continue to run in these trucks and I'll keep you updated as to how they continue to work in these trucks. Thanks!
Brett Crawford - Owner
Crawford Performance Engineering"
|Dec 24, 2012, 09:35 AM|
Now it is Christmas Eve in China!
The new 2013 is coming, the 2012 is not the end of the world, so do the 2013.
In the new year, do wish all of my friend have a merry Christmas and a happy new year!
Do wish we could have the good beginning the in the year 2013!
From RC OMG
|Dec 27, 2012, 09:39 AM|
Thanks for Tom's Video .
That is the test of RC OMG's Low profile Brushless Servo HDT045070B.
Wish you enjoy it !
|Jan 02, 2013, 01:31 PM|
Joined Jan 2013
Hey guys...my name´s Daniel from germany
Installed my brand new OMG Highspeed Servo (LDT062070B) a few days ago into my Streetjam OTA drift chassis
on the first look the Servo looks like really good quality material nd well maschined.
After the first testrun at my indoor drifttrack in the basement i have to say:
wooooow....Oh my god....this servo compaired with my sanwa erg-wg is freaking fast and responds really like i want to! Till the first test i ran round about 9 lipo 4300 charges and i am still very confident with the OMG and my sanwa erg-wg will just be spare
|Jan 03, 2013, 01:29 PM|
Because every single post in this thread is by someone that works for the company... all the users have very few posts (most only the posts in this thread) too.
|Jan 04, 2013, 12:13 PM|
No, and that has no relevance to why someone said it was spam...
Here's the people that have commented on the servos:
"joeyblaze" - 1 post
"NoNoS" - 1 post
"belsuncebreak" - 1 post
"omgsales" - 33 posts
I'd be willing to bet the first three users are from the same IP too, possibly even the same IP as yours.
|Jan 05, 2013, 12:58 PM|
Here is the test video by Daniel Christoph from Germany.
He used RC OMG's LDT062070B Brushless servo!
Here is the data of this servo:
Item No. LDT062070B
Operating Voltage Range 4.8 -6.0Volts DC
Bushing or Bearing Bearing
Bearing Type Dual Ball Bearings
Speed (s/60°@4.8V/6.0V) 0.06/ 0.05
Torque oz./in. (4.8V/6.0V) 69/97
Torque kg./cm. (4.8V/6.0V) 5/7
Size in Inches 1.58 x 0.79 x1.53
Size in Millimeters 40.2x20.1x38.9
Weight oz. 2.19
Weight g. 62
Motor Type Brushless motor
Control System +Pulse Width Control 1500usec Neutral
Required Pulse 3-5 Volt Peak to Peak Square Wave
Operating Temperature Range(F) 14° - 122°
Operating Temperature Range(℃) -10° - 50°
Idle Current 5mA
No Load Running Current (6.0V/7.4V) 110mA
Stall Current (6.0V/7.4V) 2800m/3000mA
Dead Band Width 2µs
Potentiometer Type Rotating(Max.220°
Connector Wire Length 11.8 in. / 300 mm.
Connector Wire Gauge 25 AWG
Connector Type JR
Gear Type Titanium gears
Shaft 6mm 25T
|Jan 05, 2013, 01:05 PM|
i am not the three person!
I am Tony Ho from China. My Facebook is http://www.facebook.com/rc.omgs
Joey is from USA. His Facebook is http://www.facebook.com/HonoCircuit
NoNoS Facebook is http://www.facebook.com/aurelien.demarconnay
belsuncebreak is Daniel Christoph from Germany. His Facebook is http://www.facebook.com/DanielChristoph
They are testing RC OMG's servos now!
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