Hitec D951TW D-Series Ultra Torque Titanium Gear Digital Servo (High Voltage)

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D951TW D-Series Ultra Torque Titanium Gear Digital Servo sets new standards for advanced, programmable technology. Powered by Hitec's 32-bit MCU (Microcontroller Unit) and 12-bit ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) industrial science, these powerhouses dominate the servo arena. Their potent combination of wide voltage capabilities, high resolution, rapid response, and patented Smart Sense technology brings maximum performance to all radio control applications. The members of this particular D-Series group are all designed with Hitec's extremely durable titanium gears; and the D941TW, D946TW and D951TW trio boast full metal cases.

Features:
  • High Response Circuitry
  • Wide Voltage Capabilities
  • 32-Bit MCU Technology
  • Full Programmability
  • Smart Sense Technology for Servo Analytics
  • 25-Tooth Output Spline

Programmable Functions:
  • End Point Adjustments
  • Direction
  • Fail Safe
  • Dead Band
  • Speed (Slower)
  • Soft Start Rate
  • Overload Protection
  • Data Save / Load
  • Program Reset
Specifications:
Operating Voltage Range (Volts DC): 4.8V ~ 6.0V ~ 7.4V
Speed (Second @ 60°): 0.23 ~ 0.17 ~ 0.14
Maximum Torque Range oz./in.: 292 ~ 403 ~ 486
Maximum Torque Range kg./cm.: 21.0 ~ 29.0 ~ 35.0
Current Draw at Idle: 30 mA
No Load Operating Current Draw: 500 mA
Stall Current Draw: 6,200 mA
Dead Band Width: 1 µs

Physical Specifications:
Dimensions (Inches): 1.57 x 0.79 x 1.50
Dimensions (Metric): 40.0 x 20.0 x 38.0
Weight (Ounces): 2.4
Weight (Gram): 68.0
Circuit Type: 32bit Programable Digital
Motor Type: Coreless Metal Brush
Gear Material: Titanium
Bearing Type: Dual Ball Bearing
Output Shaft (type / Ømm): H25T
Case Material: Aluminum
Dust/Water Resistance Splash Proof: Yes
Connector Gauge (AWG)/Strand Count: 20/80

This product was added to our catalog on November 25, 2019