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Old 07-23-2009, 08:55 AM
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Default Definition of Standard versus Mini versus Micro servo?

Is there a consistant definition of what makes a servo classified as "Standard" versus "Mini" versus "Micro"?
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Default RE: Definition of Standard versus Mini versus Micro servo?

yep, size and power.

standards are about 1.6"L .8"H and 1.45" W and put out about 44oz-in torque at 4.8V most fall under this size, higher torque or speed then fall under special servos
basically your futaba 3004-3003 or hitec 381?

micro are 1.2"L .5" W 1.2" H and about 36oz-in @4.8V hitec hs-81

sub micro or feathers hs-55 .9x.5x1" weighs 8 grams


the minis seem to be harder to find, they were very popular with quicky. they do have allot of high output mini's becuase they are popular with 40 sized racing, they are a little smaller and lighter than standard


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