This is an Airtronics 94661 (ERS961) Standard Size High-Speed Titanium Gear Coreless Digital Servo. This standard size digital servo is ideally suited for use in 1:10th scale cars. In addition to being waterproof, this servo features a coreless motor, dual ball bearings, titanium gears and an aluminum heat-sink.
Airtronics digital servos feature custom I.C.’s, Surface Mount Technology (SMT) construction and splined output shafts for easier control surface adjustments. Molded neoprene vibration isolators and injection-molded servo cases ensure superior strength and long lasting durability.
This servo features an Airtronics ‘Z’ connector, which is compatible with all current Airtronics receivers as well as current Hitec, JR and Futaba receivers
Features and Specifications:
• Torque at 6.0v: 170.8oz-in (12.3kg-cm)
• Speed at 6.0v: 0.08sec/60º
• Weight: 1.90oz (54.0g)
• Dimensions: 1.58 x 0.79 x 1.41in (40.3 x 20.2 x 35.9mm)
• Bushing/Ball Bearing: Dual Ball Bearing
• Motor Type: Coreless
• Gear Train: Titanium
• Waterproof: Yes
• Connector Type: ‘Z’ Connector
• Aluminum Anodized Heat-Sink
The Advantages of Digital Servos:
Digital servos offer extremely accurate and reliable centering, even in more economically priced servos.
Digital servos develop their power instantly. An analog servo develops its full power at its extreme movement. Digital servos develop their power as soon as they move, thus effectively making a digital servo stronger, even if its specifications are the same as a comparable analog servo.
Digital servos have extreme holding power. A digital servo stays in the position you command with all of its power, thus virtually eliminating the blow back found with analog servos.
Digital servos are precise. When used with a 2.4GHz digital radio, especially a fast radio such as Airtronics, digital servos more accurately translate and hold your command inputs from your transmitter. You will feel more connected to your model than when using analog servos.
Digital servos are compatible with the newest high frame rate receivers. In some cases, analog servos simply won’t work with these new, high frame rate receivers.