|Aug 26, 2005, 07:15 PM|
Best micro servo for a FAAAAAAst plane
I am building a 1000 grammes Electric JEt. I therefore need to find the BEST servo in the 10 grammes range.
It need to be fast (and strong), but also to have a very accurate neutrol position.
I was thinking Dymond 60, Hitec HS 56., GWS Naro HP, ....
what can you suggest if price is not an issue.
Also, I was wondering : Is a DIGITAL servo really a plus ?? I have found many time that a digital servo has less torke and speed that their analog counterpart !! Why ??
|Aug 27, 2005, 05:05 AM|
Santa Barbara, CA
Joined Feb 2004
I think you will find this *very* helpful:
I have installed this servo database and found it useful when trying to compare servos. Plus it is based on objective testing. I'm told of the three people involved, the person who designed the measurement equipment is an engineering professor in Paris.
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