Corona’s Digital High Voltage Servos

Jun 08, 2012 No Comments by

Corona has released a line up of high voltage servos to meet the demands of LiPo, LiFe and LiIon batteries.  Those high voltage output batteries extend flight time and better meet the demands of discriminating modelers, but do not work well with normal 4.8v – 6.0v servos.  While voltage regulation does work well, allowing onboard 2S batteries without a regulator is a progressive step towards more flying time.  Designed with ball bearings, metal gears and a solid plastic case.

  • Torque – 4.6 Kg/cm
  • Speed – 0.13 sec/60 degrees
  • Weight – 22.0 grams
  • Size – 29x13x30mm

David Vaught

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A frequent contributor to Model Airplane News and Electric Flight, Dr. Dave is a true RC enthusiast with over 40 years of flying experiences as well as a private pilot license. He flies and writes about everything from ornithopters to giant-scale aircraft, building and flying an average of 20 planes a year.
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