The X08 servo was based on their very popular 245 series, but they pushed the envelope even further. You get a tiny 8mm wide servo that can operate on a wide voltage range and produce up to 2.8kg of torque! That is very impressive, especially considering they weigh less than 9 grams. As we all know, it does no good if the gears are not accurate or tough, well, these are very accurate, and very robust. Ideal for DLG use, but also very capable in larger planes.
These are real show stoppers. A great looking servo that performs great, and will not kill your bank account. That is why Aloft Hobbies is proud to offer these quality servos to you.
Yes, we are selling the newest versions of these servos.
|Stall Torque||2.8Kg.email@example.comV, 2.2Kg.cm@6V, 1.4Kg.firstname.lastname@example.orgV|
|Speed||.09sec/60°@6V, .15sec/60°@6V, .18sec/60°@3.8V|
|Voltage Rating||3.8V to 8.4V, Working Frequence: 1520us/333Hz, 900us-2100us, 7mm coreless motor|
|Dimensions||23.5 mm wide x 8 mm thick x 16.8 mm high|
|Weight||8.4 g / 0.30 oz|
At 4.8v speed is slow but workable. At 8.4v (unregulated 2 lipo) speed is very nice.
I'm using these in the tails of my 2m to 2,6 meter electric sailplanes. Might actually use these in a 1.5m DLG.
Held up fine to my 5 minute servo burn in protocol.
Not cheap, but then neither is your glider.
So small, so light, quiet and so much torque. I put them in my Aeromod Coquillaj DLG/slope/aerobatic plane (AUW 13.2oz) and the quality is amazing. I am going to build with KST servos now. I highly recommend them. :)