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Apr 19, 2021, 02:28 AM
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AGFrc new servo B53DHS - 24.0 kg-cm & 0.19sec @8.4V

Hey! I'm here with our new product - B53DHS.
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AGFrc standard digital servo new member B53DHS, feature with 24.0 kg-cm & 0.19sec @8.4V, DC motor and titanium gears.

The most important is the servo is a programmable servo which means that we can customize the parameters we like, it provides greater convenience for us who are pursuit of perfect.

The design of high precision metal double bearing makes your model can be more solid and stable when it is in operation.

It is an affordable servo, and it will only cost $19.99usd/pc (this price do not include the tax and freight).

More product Spec:
Operating Voltage: 4.8-8.4V

Operating speed: 0.24sec/60 @ 4.8V
Operating speed: 0.22sec/60 @ 6.0V
Operating speed: 0.20sec/60 @ 7.4V
Operating speed: 0.19sec/60 @ 8.4V

Stall Torque: 17.0 kg-cm (236 oz-in) @ 4.8V
Stall Torque: 19.0 kg-cm (264 oz-in) @ 6.0V
Stall Torque: 21.5 kg-cm (299 oz-in) @ 7.4V
Stall Torque: 24.0 kg-cm (334 oz-in) @ 8.4V
Gear: Titanium
Motor: DC
Size: 40*20*42.3mm (1.57 x 0.78 x 1.66 in)
Weight: 63g
Connector Wire: JR 300 mm / 22AWG
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It is very suitable for 1/10, 1/12 On Road, Off Road, Cars, Trucks, Airplane, Helicopter, UAV and Engine etc. Please rest assured to buy and use as the raw materials and production of our products are completely green. Believe that it can bring your a lot of speed and passion!
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