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Old Mar 10, 2013, 04:55 PM
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Parkzone servo specs?

Can anyone tell me the specs or differences on the following servos? I have several of these and I am looking to repurpose them for a rudder/elevator/aileron sailplane build. Servodatabase.com does not have any entry and I guess Horizon is tight lipped about the specs. I'm sure they are OEM'd for them and are likely built and sold under another name too.
SV80
PKZ1060
DSV130M
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Old Apr 16, 2013, 11:57 PM
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just google it

lol just kidding. i hate when people post an absolutely useless comment like that.

just search rcgroups

lol the silver medal of useless comments

i too am searching for the elusive specs.

if a member could actually post some specs or a link, that would be nice
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Old Apr 17, 2013, 04:23 AM
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Can anyone tell me the specs or differences on the following servos?
I have several of these and I am looking to repurpose them for a rudder/elevator/aileron sailplane build.
Servodatabase.com does not have any entry and I guess
Horizon is tight lipped about the specs.
I'm sure they are OEM'd for them and are likely built and sold under another name too. SV80, PKZ1060 & DSV130M
. Correct, they are OEM.
The following has been gleaned from the web over a period of time as a file
on ParkZone servo is being compiled.

ParkZone Replacement Servo
"Hitec HS 55 are of similar size and they are 18oz/in...
the E-flite are 17oz/in... so that's close as you can get...
I cannot imagine Parkzone fitting anything astoundingly better than an E-flite or a Hitec of similar size. "

LHS swaps out all small Horizon ParkZone servo e.g. T-28 aileron & Stryker aileron
with an Hitec HS-55. Similar size but the Hitec has a better performance.
The larger rudder servo as in ParkZone Radian is replaced with HS-81, HS-82MG

. PKZ1060
Specs: Gear Type: Plastic Size Category: Minis and Micros

. SV80 Servo
SV80 Servo: Long Lead as used on T-28/P-51D/Extra 300/F4F & Spitfire Mk IX for Aileron control
Approximately 400mm lead length
Specifications:
Gear Type: Plastic. Length: 24mm Width: 12mm Height: 26mm

. PKZ1090 = DSV130M Digital Metal Gear Servo
Specs: Gear Type: Metal
Height: 0.98 in (25mm) Length: 0.83 in (21mm) Size Category: Minis and Micros Width: 0.47 in (12mm)
NB: Length is 26mm not 21mm as advertised.
. Torque rating for DSV130M is 37.5oz/in @4.8V

. Screw used to fasten the control arm to PKZ1090 is 2mm by 3mm.

. You can get a set of arms/screws in PKZ7012.
================================================== ======

ParkZone servo DSV130M are typically used for Rudder & Elevator and SV80 for Ailerons
Radian servo =
PKZ1060 = MINI SERVO (3W)WITH ARMS,SHORT LEAD
PKZ1081 = SV80 LONG LEAD 3-WIRE SERVO: T28
PKZ1090 = DSV130 3 WIRE DIGITAL SERVO METAL GEAR

Users should visit the above servo links and read the reviews posted by users, beside a general Google or similar search online.

Alan T.
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Old Aug 19, 2013, 08:43 AM
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Still, we dont know that is torque at 4.8v/6.0v nor we no about speed.
still searching... i need to know those numbers before putting those servos in a bird!
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Old Aug 26, 2013, 03:52 AM
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Still, we dont know that is torque at 4.8v/6.0v nor we no about speed.
still searching... i need to know those numbers before putting those servos in a bird!
Last weekend I crashed my slope soarer on the bushy slope and while searching for it I found a Parkzone Radian Pro. Unfortunately the foam had weathered a lot and it was pretty much useless. I salvaged the electronics which all still worked except for the Lipo and one servo.
The servos I recovered are:
2 PKZ 1081 SV80
2 PKZ 1060
2 DSV130M

I found specs for the DSV130M: 37.5 oz/in or 2.7kg/cm

Anyone, please post the specs of the above two.

Cheers
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Old Aug 26, 2013, 03:59 AM
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Can anyone tell me the specs or differences on the following servos? I have several of these and I am looking to repurpose them for a rudder/elevator/aileron sailplane build. Servodatabase.com does not have any entry and I guess Horizon is tight lipped about the specs. I'm sure they are OEM'd for them and are likely built and sold under another name too.
SV80
PKZ1060
DSV130M
For what it's worth:
Parkzone Radian Pro configuration:
PKZ1081 SV80 Ailerons
DSV130M (metal gear) Flaps
PKZ 1060 Rudder and Elevator
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Old Aug 26, 2013, 09:44 AM
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PKZ1081 SV80 = we cant find any informations on torque or speed.
not that great man....
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Old Aug 26, 2013, 10:06 PM
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OEM servos,but it doesn't matter,for Parkzone service is better,Hitec is a factocy,they need the distributors to sell and serve local market
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Do the SV80's (PKZ1081) come with the servo horn?
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Old Jul 07, 2014, 08:45 AM
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On the web pages, the photograph shows exactly what comes with each item. I've found that to be the best way to know for certain.

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