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Futaba digital servo, 6V. OK?

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Old 12-01-2002, 10:33 AM
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Default Futaba digital servo, 6V. OK?

Hi,
The Futaba support writes (http://www.futaba-rc.com/techsupport...al-servos.html):

The Futaba digital servos that are labeled as rated for 4.8V were designed to be used with helicopter gyros (S9250, S9251, S9253), which are limited to 4.8V as that is the gyro rating. Of these, the S9250 is the only servo that might have possible aircraft or car applications and the use of 6.0V with the S9250 should not pose any problems. We have tested the S9250 using 6.0V with no problems.

The remainder of the new Futaba digital servos (S9150, S9151, and S9252) are each rated to operate normally with either 4.8 or 6.0V. Incidentally, the specs for all of the digital servos are based on 4.8V.

Futaba Product Support


It wants to say that the S9252 can work in security to 6V.?
Thanks in advance
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Old 12-01-2002, 03:43 PM
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Default Yes 6V is OK

I had the same question, and asked directly if 9252 could be used with 6V and the answer was yes. 6V is OK on 9252.
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ChuckAuger wrote:
I had the same question, and asked directly if 9252 could be used with 6V and the answer was yes. 6V is OK on 9252.

Thank you very much...
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