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URC Newsbot - 2.04.14, 2:40 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote

Seen for the first time at the recent Nuremberg Toyfair, Spektrum soon have their new S9010 and S9020 large-scale servos available. Developed by Paul Beard, who brought the 2.4GHz technology to RC, the servos will feature a patent-pending back EMF technology that does away with fading issues and weak holding power while dynamic breaking technology assures the vehicle maintains the heading demanded thanks to the servo’s high level of holding power. An improved integrator design virtually eliminates the crowbar effect while keeping the servo temperatures low. Using back EMF technology, position lock exponentially improves the servos ability to keep its position while greatly increasing holding power. The servos are currently in development and will become available in the near future.
Features
– Improved integrator design eliminates crowbar effect and reduces heat build-up
– Socket-head cap screws
– HV for use with 2-cell Li-Po’s
– Waterproof
– Steering and throttle options available
– Removable, hi-strength servo lead
– Low profile standard 1/5-scale size
– Hardened steel gears

Source: Horizon Hobby [horizonhobby.com]


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Streethawk - 2.07.14, 7:36 am Post #2: | Reply With Quote
I wonder if we'll see these in the 5T RTR ad the stock servos in it are a joke, mine went out when I unbowed it in the store, with the manager holding the radio while we set the end point. 20 seconds, almost no use, throttle servo was on fire. britons protection manchester
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EXO - 2.07.14, 9:10 am Post #3: | Reply With Quote
Streethawk said
I wonder if we'll see these in the 5T RTR ad the stock servos in it are a joke, mine went out when I unbowed it in the store, with the manager holding the radio while we set the end point. 20 seconds, almost no use, throttle servo was on fire. britons protection manchester

More then likely the end points were not set right if they lasted that short of a time. A lot of guys running the stock servos still in there 5ives.Still not the best servos by any means but certainly not the worst. Would be curios to see how these new spectrum servos work out for longevity. So far Hitec is leading the pack for the 5ive.
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Streethawk - 2.07.14, 9:19 am Post #4: | Reply With Quote
They weren't, but in setting them we weren't straining the servo much, it was never on fully for more than a couple of seconds at a time over the 20 second we were doing it. Any servo should last longer than that when loaded.
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EXO - 2.07.14, 9:36 am Post #5: | Reply With Quote
Streethawk said
They weren't, but in setting them we weren't straining the servo much, it was never on fully for more than a couple of seconds at a time over the 20 second we were doing it. Any servo should last longer than that when loaded.

Not really. Any an all servos will burn up really quick when its fighting. What servos are you running now?
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Streethawk - 2.07.14, 9:40 am Post #6: | Reply With Quote
The throttle servo was known for it, that's why I did it in the store and the manager, a The sponsored driver, was holding the radio.

I replaced it with a Savox, at cost price ;-) another part of my plan, I knew if it went out before leaving the store they'd offer me a better servo at cost, as I knew they didn't have the stock servo in... Er... Stock.
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Streethawk - 2.07.14, 9:40 am Post #7: | Reply With Quote
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EXO - 2.07.14, 9:55 am Post #8: | Reply With Quote
So it was just the throttle servo that burned up. Thats right the older version 5ives problems with those. They come with a much better one now. Steering servo is still the same rebadged Savox though.
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Streethawk - 2.07.14, 10:02 am Post #9: | Reply With Quote
I ended up putting the high spec Savox I got (forgot the number) on the steering and the original steering servo on the throttle, worked well.
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EXO - 2.07.14, 11:10 am Post #10: | Reply With Quote
Streethawk said
I ended up putting the high spec Savox I got (forgot the number) on the steering and the original steering servo on the throttle, worked well.
More then likely a Saxox 236. That's what the stock steering servo is just rebranded by losi.
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