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Spektrum Ultra Micro Singing Servo Noise

Old 04-30-2012, 12:12 PM
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Default Spektrum Ultra Micro Singing Servo Noise

Do all three of these ultra micro servos emit the same similar constant intermittent noise?

Wondering if the 1.7g & 2.3g linear long throws are quieter than the SMP6832 or vica versa


Spektrum SPM6832 (2 used in the UMF-27Q Stryker & 2 used in UMX Sbach)
Spektrum 1.7g Linear Long Throw SPMAS2000L (2 used in UMF-27Q & 2 used in UMX Sbach
SpeKtrum 2.3g Linear Long Throw SPMSA2039L (4 used in UMX Beast)

I have the UM F-27Q Stryker and wondering if those that may also have the Sbach or Beast notice any difference in frequency of emitted noise levels.
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Old 05-15-2012, 05:54 AM
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Default RE: Spektrum Ultra Micro Singing Servo Noise

Hey, with the AS3X birds close at hand for an inspection, powered up, there's so much noise going on I can't tell what's what to isolate a source. If you're like me, as long as they work and don't stick they're absolutely teriffic.When they stick they're the scourge of the earth. For light weight, they're a marvel but the "worm" gear is maybe the complete weak link here.Creatingan alternative to eliminate the slot connection from motor to the control rod altogether is thecrux. I'm thinking a direct gear connection.Gotta be something less problematic.....Gotta love these little "problems".

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