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Old 03-02-2010, 10:24 PM
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Default HS-80 servo specs

I bought a used plane that has HS-80 servos in it.
They look to be the same size as the HS-81 servos.
I can not find the specs for them anywhere.
Can someone tell me the speed, torque, and voltage for the HS-80 servos?

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TW
Old 03-03-2010, 03:08 AM
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ORIGINAL: Wonder bought a used plane that has HS-80 servos in it. hey look to be the same size as the HS-81 servos.
I can not find the specs for them anywhere.C an someone tell me the speed, torque, and voltage for the HS-80 servos? Thanks, TW
Hitec HS-80 &HS-80MG
The HS-80 wasreplaced by the HS-81 circa 1989-2000.
HS-80 measures 28 mm x 13.7 mmx 28.2 mm ( 1.1" x .5" x 1.1") and weighs17.5 gm (.62oz) HS-80<G weighs 20.3 gm..
At 4.8Vpower output is 2.2 kg/cm (31 inch/ounces of torque) with a speed of .15 seconds for 60 degrees of rotation.
At 6.0V power output is2.7 kg/cm (38 inch/ounces of torque) with a speed of .12 seconds for 60 degrees of rotation.

Was available with any one of JR/Hitec, Futaba J, and both old and new Airtronics connectors.
HS80 and HS101 use the same gearset #56234- discontinued.
HS-80 &HS-80MGCase set #56233 - discontinued.



Hitec HS-81
Specifications are very similar at about 1.2" x .5" x 1.27" and weighs .6oz.
At 4.8V its power output is 38 inch/ounces of torque with a speed of .10 seconds for 60 degrees of rotation.
HS-81 uses a different gear set, not interchangeable with HS-80

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Old 03-03-2010, 06:20 PM
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Default RE: HS-80 servo specs

Thanks for the information, that helps allot.
Most Hitec servos will work on 4.8v or 6v.

Will the HS-80s work on 6v. as well?

TW
Old 03-04-2010, 04:37 AM
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Yes .Post #2 above updated.
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:53 AM
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HS-81 uses a different gear set, not interchangeable with HS-80

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Hey Alan,
can I put HS81 MG gears in a regular HS81 servo?
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ORIGINAL: Pecanpatch Hey Alan, can I put HS81 MG gears in a regular HS81 servo?
Yes.

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sweet , thank you sir.

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