RC servos

    834 products

    Sfl-30mg Digital Servo (high Torque/18kg-cm 6.0v)
    159.–
    HPI Sfl-30mg Digital Servo (high Torque/18kg-cm 6.0v)
    BLS 172SV Brushless Digital, SBus-2, HV
    145.–
    Futaba BLS 172SV Brushless Digital, SBus-2, HV
    Servo HPS-CT700 Digital HV Brushless (SR-fähig)
    –18%
    199.–was 243.–
    Futaba Servo HPS-CT700 Digital HV Brushless (SR-fähig)
    BLS 177SV Brushless Digital, SBus-2, HV
    215.–
    Futaba BLS 177SV Brushless Digital, SBus-2, HV
    Servo High Performance HPS-HC700
    199.–
    Futaba Servo High Performance HPS-HC700
    RSx3-one 10 Flection
    167.–
    KO Propo RSx3-one 10 Flection
    Servo X20-7.4-M-830-1 Digital HV Brushless
    186.–
    KST Servo X20-7.4-M-830-1 Digital HV Brushless
    Servo X20-7.4-M-835-1 Digital HV Brushless
    186.–
    KST Servo X20-7.4-M-835-1 Digital HV Brushless
    Servo RSx3 - Response H.C. (Aluminium)
    182.–
    KO Propo Servo RSx3 - Response H.C. (Aluminium)
    Bsx2 One 10 Grasper
    182.–
    KO Propo Bsx2 One 10 Grasper
    MKS  HBL550L Full Alu. Competition Servo
    182.–
    Absima MKS HBL550L Full Alu. Competition Servo
    MKS HBL550  Full Alu. Competition Servo
    182.–
    Absima MKS HBL550 Full Alu. Competition Servo
    Storm S35 / 35kg / 0.095sec. / 7.4V HV Brushless Digital / Golden Black / Standard
    135.–
    Power HD Storm S35 / 35kg / 0.095sec. / 7.4V HV Brushless Digital / Golden Black / Standard
    Storm S25 / 30kg / 0.075sec. / 7.4V HV Brushless Digital / Gold-Black / Standard
    135.–
    Power HD Storm S25 / 30kg / 0.075sec. / 7.4V HV Brushless Digital / Gold-Black / Standard
    Mrs-540bl Servo Receiver +esc Unit
    129.–
    Carisma Mrs-540bl Servo Receiver +esc Unit
    Spezial-Servo D845WP Digital-S
    94.95
    Hitec Spezial-Servo D845WP Digital-S
    BLS 175SV Brushless Digital, SBus-2, HV
    158.–
    Futaba BLS 175SV Brushless Digital, SBus-2, HV

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    RC servos

    A servo is mostly used for steering, because it brings the steering axle or the rudder into the transmitted position. In contrast to a motor, a servo must be able to measure its angle of attack in order to steer accurately, but it cannot drive a model because it has a stop at the minimum and maximum position. The servo receives the signal as a pulse width modulation which defines a position between the minimum and maximum; digital servos are more precise than analogue ones. As technical specifications, the weight of the servo, the force, i.e. the torque, and the speed are important for model aircraft builders.