.16 seconds and 416 ounces of torque at 7.4 volts.
One of the advantages of coreless motors is their ability to change direction very quickly, due to the low rotational mass of their armatures. The motor spins titanium and steel gears that are supported by bronze bushings and dual ball bearings on the output. The main body of the servo is machined from aluminum and houses the motor, potentiometer and digital decoder / ESC board.
|GEAR TYPE||Titanium and Steel|
|STALL TORQUE||24.0Kg.cm (333.3 oz-in)@6v | 30.0Kg.cm (416.62 oz-in)@7.4v|
|SPEED||0.18sec/60°@6.0V | 0.16sec/60°@7.4V|
|DIMENSIONS||40.7 x 20.5 x 38.5mm (1.6 x 0.80 x 1.51in)|
|OPERATING TEMPERATURE||-20°~60°C (-4°~140°F)|
|OPERATING VOLTAGE||6.0 ~ 8.4V DC|
|SERVO WORKING FREQUENCY||1520µs / 333hz|
|SERVO MOTOR TYPE||Coreless|
|BEARINGS||Dual Ball Bearings|