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Jeti Ditex Servos

Jeti Ditex servos are state of the art, high-end products. They excel in precision, strength, speed and safety. Quality servos need a quality brain and the MCU chip inside has an 80MHz, 16 bit processor.

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State of the Art Servos from Jeti

Jeti Ditex servos are state of the art, high-end products. They excel in precision, strength, speed and safety. Quality servos need a quality brain and the MCU chip inside has an 80MHz, 16 bit processor. Instead of a potentiometer, there is a unique digital encoder chip to keep the output arm exactly where it should be. It's more reliable and more precise than a traditional POT. That also means that you get some cool features like the ability to set the neutral position anywhere within the 360 degrees of rotation.

The firmware on the Ditex servos is updatable so as new features come out, you can just update your existing servos to take advantage. The performance of the servos should be up to the highest standards, putting out a large amount of torque with minimal heat. They utilize coreless motors and advanced circuitry that keeps the servos cool as well as offers protection against stalls from jammed control surfaces. That's not all though, the Ditex servos feature integrated telemetry. They can talk directly to your Jeti Duplex radio system to provide real time data to your screen. There's so much to like about the Jeti Ditex Servos and we're excited to see servo technology not getting left behind.

!!Check out the line of Jeti Ditex Servos at Esprit Model.

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