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    HV Magnetic Induction Brushless HK Servo

    Don't know if you guys have seen one of these in action ?

    I had the chance and was totally impressed by how fast and accurately it centered.

    The Magnetic Induction Encoder locates center so fast it's crazy !

    They are made by www.ltair.com

    I'm installing them in my 36% Sbach and will post the results after some flights...


    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s..._0_16_67g.html
    Why is there never enough time to do it right, but always enough time to do it over ?

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    RE: HV Magnetic Induction Brushless HK Servo


    ORIGINAL: Flyer88


    I'm installing them in my 36% Sbach and will post the results after some flights...
    Glenn, since when are you flying the big stuff? What happened to the Vanquish??? Didn't see you out since July!
    Chad Northeast

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    RE: HV Magnetic Induction Brushless HK Servo

    Hey Chad.

    Slammed with work.....and lost my Mom this year too.

    Not too motivated to fly.........

    Gonna make up for the lack of flying this coming year....I hope.

    Other wise this Sbach is a waste of time , not to mention the Vanquish .

    Wish you and your family a Merry Christmas, hope Santa greases a landing on your roof top !
    Why is there never enough time to do it right, but always enough time to do it over ?

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    RE: HV Magnetic Induction Brushless HK Servo


    ORIGINAL: Flyer88

    Don't know if you guys have seen one of these in action ?

    I had the chance and was totally impressed by how fast and accurately it centered.

    The Magnetic Induction Encoder locates center so fast it's crazy !

    They are made by www.ltair.com

    I'm installing them in my 36% Sbach and will post the results after some flights...


    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s..._0_16_67g.html
    Have you had a chance to test these servos? I'm interested in their linearity. I recently installed some JR 3711HV servos on elevators and found they didn't track that well after setting the sub trim and end points. This can be mixed out but it would be nice to get servos that tracked. I also have heard from a knowledgeable source that there is an inherent latency using this technology. Not sure why that would be.

    Jim O

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    RE: HV Magnetic Induction Brushless HK Servo

    ORIGINAL: OhD


    Have you had a chance to test these servos? I'm interested in their linearity. I recently installed some JR 3711HV servos on elevators and found they didn't track that well after setting the sub trim and end points. This can be mixed out but it would be nice to get servos that tracked. I also have heard from a knowledgeable source that there is an inherent latency using this technology. Not sure why that would be.

    Jim O

    I havent received these servos yet to test. They should be here in about two weeks.

    The one I did see was very fast to center, but as far as how it trims after setting the end points has yet to be seen.

    The HV brushless servo I tested trimmed fine after setting center. You can see it in the video.

    I guess I should have set some end points too........

    These are a standard size servo so not sure if they will fit in the stab of your plane, unless it a giant scale.


    Here is the link to the mini...but it's not brushless.

    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...8_9kg_48g.html

    But these are one of the better HV mini they make:

    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...sec_22_5g.html
    Why is there never enough time to do it right, but always enough time to do it over ?


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