Spektrum A6050 Standard Aircraft Servo

Spektrum A6050 Standard Aircraft Servo

Brand: Spektrum

Part Number: SPMSA6050

£16.01 Web Price RRP £17.99

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 The A6050s plastic gear train and class leading .14 transit time is ideal for any 40-60 size sport trainer aircraft. Ball bearing support helps assure that accuracy will continue through the long life of the servo. The 5-pole motor delivers exceptional power as smoothly as analog technology can. Class leading performance at a great price, the A6050 is a standard size servo with heavy-duty features such as ball-bearing support and precision nylon gears. To communicate the fast transit time of today’s outstanding 2.4GHz technology, deadband of the servo has been lowered as much as possible so your commands happen faster and more accurately.

Spektrum A6050 Standard Aircraft Servo Features:
  • 58 oz-in of Torque
  • Class leading specifications
  • Standard size
  • Low Deadband
Spektrum A6050 Standard Aircraft Servo Specifications:
  • Application: 40 - 60 size airplanes
  • Bearing: Single
  • Bushing Or Bearing: Bearing
  • Gear Type: Plastic
  • Height: 1.44 in (36.6mm)
  • Length: 1.5 in (38.3mm)
  • Motor Type: Cored
  • Servo Type: Analog
  • Servo Voltage: 4.8 - 6.0V
  • Size Category: Standard
  • Speed: 0.16 sec/60º @ 4.8V; 0.14 sec/60º @ 6.0V
  • Speed (at 4.8V): .15 - .19 sec
  • Torque: 47 oz-in (3.4 kg-cm) @ 4.8V; 58 oz-in (4.2 kg-cm) @ 6.0V
  • Torque (at 4.8V): 40 - 99 oz-in
  • Weight: 1.28 oz (36.5 g)
  • Width: 0.72 in (18.4mm)
  • Brand: Spektrum
  • Part No: SPMSA6050
  • Max Voltage: 6v (NiMh)
  • Gear Material: Plastic

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