FUTABA S3073HV Servo - Standard HV S-Bus 0.16s/3.9kg

Pakket 20 mm - 39 Ncm - 0.12 sec - BB - HV - S.BUS

FUTABA S3073HV Servo - Standard HV S-Bus 0.16s/3.9kg
FUTABA S3073HV Servo - Standard HV S-Bus 0.16s/3.9kg
FUTABA S3073HV Servo - Standard HV S-Bus 0.16s/3.9kg
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Additional technical data: Maximum servo travel with +/- 150% end-point settings and 920 - 2120 µs pulse width = 180°.

Motor size: 31 Ncm
Weight approx.: 41 g
Total surface area approx.: 41 g
Main rotor diameter approx.: 40 mm
Transit speed: /0.15s/45°/0.135s/45°/Volt
Nominal voltage: /6Volt/6.6Ncm/7.40Volt
Torque: /31Volt/35Ncm/395 NiMH, 2S LiFe / LiPo
Product Details
High-voltage S.BUS version of the proven, all-purpose S3151 servo. An all-purpose servo for many applications in the whole of modelling, including simple glow-powered helicopters.
The output shaft is supported in one ballrace and a special double bush.
Wireless assembly technology for particularly good vibration resistance.
Direct operation with 2S LiPo batteries. A special potentiometer ensures positional accuracy and reliable centring.
Of course, all S.BUS servos can also be connected to conventional receivers with PWM modulation.

The servos can be addressed in various ways:
1. Via the S.BUS receiver
2. Using the compact SBC-1 programmer No. F1696
3. Using PC-Link software, for which the CIU-2 USB adapter, No. F1405, is required.
4. At the S.BUS socket of new transmitters such as the T14SG, T18MZ, FX-32 etc.

All S.BUS servos are also programmable.
The following functions are user-variable:

S.BUS channel assignment
Servo reverse
Soft start, on / off
Mode select if signal fails, hold or free
Smooth servo running, on / off
Servo position (servo tester)
Servo centre offset +/- 300 µs (approx. 30 degrees)
Servo transit speed, 0.39...9 seconds per 45 degrees
Dead zone adjustment
Servo travel adjustment, left and right separately, approx. 50...175%
Initial power
Holding power
ID storage
The servos can also be programmed once installed and connected by calling up the servo's individual ID and addressing it.

Using the new T18MZ and FX-32 FASSTest radio control systems the new S.BUS2 servos (SV) can now also be programmed as retract servos (zero current after fifteen seconds).
Alternatively current overload protection O.L.P. can be set
SBUS2 servos (SV) can be operated at the receiver's S.BUS1 or S.BUS2 output. If the S.BUS2 system is used, mixed operation with telemetry sensors is also possible.

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