KINGMAX S65S 65kg.cm High pressure digital steel gear servo


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Features
-- High performance, digital standard servo
-- High-precision steel gears
-- Full CNC aluminium hulls and structure
-- High quality brushless motor
-- Dual ball bearings
-- Super long life
-- Waterproof
Product Details
Item:S65S Gear:Steel gear
Spline:25T
Motor:Brushless motor
Bearing:2BB
Dead band:2μs default
Waterproof:Yes
Operating Voltage:DC5.0~8.4V
Rated working voltage:DC 7.4V
Working frequence:1520μs/330hz
Working angle:±63°@800us-2200us
Working temperature:-10℃~+50℃
Storage temperature:-20℃~+60℃
Speed(5.0V):0.16sec/60degrees
Speed(6.0V):0.14sec/60degrees
Speed(7.4V):0.11sec/60degrees
Speed(8.4V):0.10sec/60degrees
Stall torque(7.4V):65kg.cm(902.85oz/in)
Maximum working torque(7.4V):43kg.cm(597.27oz/in)
Rated torque(5.0V):22.0kg.cm(305.58oz/in)
Rated torque(6.0V):26.0kg.cm(361.14oz/in)
Rated torque(7.4V):32.0kg.cm(444.48oz/in)
Rated torque(8.4V):35.0kg.cm(486.15oz/in)
Dimensions(L*W*H):40*20*39.8mm/1.56X0.78X1.55in
Weight:89g(3.13oz)
Connector Wire Length:JR300mm(11.7in)
Transparency plastic box size: 83.5mmx63.5mmx37.5mm weight: 141g
Carton box size: 43x26.5x20.5cm 100sets/1CTN Cross weight:14.55kg

KINGMAX S65S 65kg.cm High pressure servo digital steel gear Industry standard waterproof servo for RC Fixed Wing Climbing Car
KINGMAX S65S 65kg.cm High pressure servo digital steel gear Industry standard waterproof servo for RC Fixed Wing Climbing Car
KINGMAX S65S 65kg.cm High pressure servo digital steel gear Industry standard waterproof servo for RC Fixed Wing Climbing Car
KINGMAX S65S 65kg.cm High pressure servo digital steel gear Industry standard waterproof servo for RC Fixed Wing Climbing Car
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 18 March, 2021.

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