Hitec's research department and engineers work tirelessly at developing economical servo technology that outperforms the competition and the HS-40 nano analog servo delivers just that. With a three-pole cored motor and resilient nylon gears, this affordable servo is a dream come true for micro aircraft, sailplane and helicopter pilots.
The answer to this question is partially dependant on what you are using to control the servo.
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With an Average Radio System:
Your average transmitter and receiver will output a relativly narrow PWM signal range.
Radio System + Travel Tuner:
Adding a Servo Travel Tuner to your radio system setup will allow you to achieve wide PWM signal ranges.
Wide Signal Controllers:
Controllers such as the Actobotics® Servo Controller, Arduinos, and Raspberry Pi servo hats can usually send a wide signal.
|Output Shaft Style||A15T Spline|
|Voltage Range||4.8V - 6.0V|
|No-Load Speed (4.8V)||0.12 sec/60°|
|No-Load Speed (6.0V)||0.10 sec/60°|
|Stall Torque (4.8V)||8.4 oz-in (0.60 kg.cm)|
|Stall Torque (6.0V)||10.5 oz-in (0.75 kg.cm)|
|Max PWM Signal Range||615-2495 μsec|
|Travel per µs (Stock)||.104°/μsec|
|Operating Temperature||-20°C to +60°C|
|Continuous Rotation Modifiable||No|
|Direction w/ Increasing PWM Signal||Clockwise|
|Motor Type||Cored Metal Brush|
|Feedback Style||5KΩ Potentiometer|
|Output Shaft Support||Outer case serves as bearing|
|Wire Length||6.29" (160mm)|