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Old 08-17-2004, 08:55 PM
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Default Multiplex servos

I picked up a plane from a guy and it has 5 multiplex servos.

They say royal on them but they do not say digital.

What torque and speed do I have?

Is there info on Multiplex analog servos?...all I can find is digital.


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Old 08-18-2004, 02:44 AM
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www.modelspot.com/mpx/stdservo.htm
There is a table of values at the bottom of that page

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Old 08-18-2004, 12:54 PM
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Default RE: Multiplex servos

Further to Harry's post, if it says Royal MC on th label, it's digital. If it just says Royal it's analogue.
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Default RE: Multiplex servos

I went to the website provided and found out my servos were discontinued. It says the digitals replaced them.

Can I still get the info for mine?


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Old 08-18-2004, 02:58 PM
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Default RE: Multiplex servos

Go to hitecrcd.com and click on the support option. The Hitec guys are great about getting back to you soon. They are the USA distributor for the German made Multiplex line.
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ORIGINAL: Munchee
I went to the website provided and found out my servos were discontinued. It says the digitals replaced them.
Can I still get the info for mine?
Yes, just do what I told you to do - scroll to the bottom of that page for the table of values for the standard servos!

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Default RE: Multiplex servos

My bad. I just didn't go far enough down.

I did call Hitec and they told me 60oz. and .16 sec. at 4.8 v...and he said that it is supposed to be a metal geared servo.

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He doesn't know his servos in that case. The Royal is plastic geared, it is the Profi that is metal geared. Nice servos the Royals, I like them, and they are ultra reliable.

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Thanks for the info.

I would rather rely on someone that uses the product than someone who sells it......

That "hands on" thing is the best!

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