Hitec D951TW FMC High-Torque Titanium Gear 25T Servo

Tower Stock# LL5503  •  Manufacturer Stock# 36951
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Notes from our tech department:
This is the Hitec D-Series 32 Bit Metal Case High Torque Titanium Gear Servo.

FEATURES

For 20-120 class aircraft, all EP 600-700 class helicopters, all
GP 30-90 class helicopters, 1-10-14 scale vehicle steering and
throttle, and nitro and gasoline powered boats
Durable titanium alloy metal gears with dual ball bearings
Ultra hard gear shaft with three axial metal bushings
32-bit MCU and 12-bit ADC for unprecedented programmability and
flexibility
*Programmable digital amplifier with MOSFET drive
Water and dust resistant (splash proof)
Full aluminum case

INCLUDES

D-951TW High Torque Servo
0.98 (25mm) Single Arm
1.7 (44mm) Double Arm
1.5 (38mm) 4-Point Horn
1.4 (36mm) Round Horn
Four each Grommets, Eylets and Mounting Screws
Metal Adapter Ring and extra Servo Horn Screw

SPECIFICATIONS

Operating Voltage Range: 4.8, 6.0 and 7.4V
4.8V 6.0V 7.4V
Speed: 0.23 0.17 0.14 sec60
Torque: 292 403 486 oz-in
21 29 35 kg-cm
Motor Type: Coreless
Current Draw at Idle: 30mA
No Load Operating Current Draw: 500 mA
Stall Current Draw: 6,200mA
Deadband Width: 1 us
Dimensions: 1.57 x 0.79 x 1.50 (40 x 20 x 38mm)
Weight: 2.4 oz (68g)
Number of Teeth on Spline: 25
Diameter of Horn Screw: 3mm
Circuit Type: 32bit programmable digital
Connector Gauge (AWG) Strand Count: 2080

COMMENTS

*Programmable features require Hitec Servo Programmer sold separately
HFP-30 HRCM4427, and DPC-11 Programming Interface, HRCP4429

A note on Coreless motors: conventional servo motors have a steel
core armature wrapped with wire that spins inside the magnets. In
a Coreless design, the armature uses a thin wire mesh that forms a
cup that spins around the outside of the magnet eliminating the
heavy steel core. This design results in smoother operation and
faster response time.

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