Seiko UAV Servo PS-050
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Seiko UAV Servo PS-050

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$228.00
 
Item# (PS050)

 

  • Overview

Flying Giants discussion on the Seiko PS050

Faster than an 8611, more powerful than 45 standard servos or 6 JR 8611s, it's super servo! It has a separate lead for its own battery. I simply plugged the servo power lead into a Quest Power Expander so I don't need a separate battery or switch. I use a two cell Li Ion pack which is unregulated at 8.4v (max) to power the Power Expander. Use the Power Expander to power your Slimline smoke pump at 8.4v too!! Two Hitec 5735 Jumbo digital servos offer less than a third of the power at the same weight. This servo reduces the problems that multiple servos have with complicated linkage, expensive Matchboxes, and time consuming and complicated set up. If you have a 40% or larger plane then you should use this servo. Your plane will rock. The price of just three 8611 servos plus servo arms plus linkages plus a matchbox plus a bellcrank is $500!! This servo is a bargain!

To complete the installation we recommend the following:

1) Special servo arm: Note that there are two types, the "Fixed" type from Nelson and the "Adjustable" type from Air Wild.
2) Steel cable
3) SWB cable attachment fittings (two sets)
4) Hangar 9 10-32 swivel clevis and horn
5) Right Hand Ball Links (one pair)

Operating Voltage:Vmin-max: Dedicated 4.8 - 12.0 VDC, not shared w/receiver
Please note: Although this servo can handle 12v, we recommend 8.4v max for longer servo life and increased accuracy.
Recommended Operating Voltage:Vin: 6.0 - 8.4 VDC
Starting Torque: 907 oz-in @ 6.0 VDC
1271 oz-in @ 8.4 VDC
Speed:0.29 sec/60 deg. @ 6v, 0.21 sec/60 deg. @ 8.4V
Weight:280 gr.(10 oz)

Dimensions

Exploded View

Wiring diagram:
Five wires come out from 050 servo. Three of these five wires, are used for the control signal.
Connectors are provided that enable direct connection to FUTABA or JR receivers, so the unit can be used immediately.
In addition, you must supply a separate 4.8-12VDC power supply for the servo motor drive power.

Operating Voltage:Vmin-max: Dedicated 4.8 - 12.0 VDC, not shared w/receiver
Please note: Although this servo can handle 12v, we recommend 8.4v max for longer servo life and increased accuracy.
Recommended Operating Voltage:Vin: 6.0 - 8.4 VDC
Starting Torque: 907 oz-in @ 6.0 VDC
1271 oz-in @ 8.4 VDC
Speed:0.29 sec/60 deg. @ 6v, 0.21 sec/60 deg. @ 8.4V
Weight:280 gr.(10 oz)

Dimensions

Exploded View

Wiring diagram:
Five wires come out from 050 servo. Three of these five wires, are used for the control signal.
Connectors are provided that enable direct connection to FUTABA or JR receivers, so the unit can be used immediately.
In addition, you must supply a separate 12VDC power supply for the servo motor drive power.


 

 

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