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Old 06-09-2018, 06:57 PM
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Originally Posted by David Gladwin View Post

yes Chatty, I wondered that too as I have the S which is 30 Euros more.

The S spec. Includes a frequency50 to 330 Hz but tbe P does not. Other than that they appear identical.

Except that there is a note on the first line of the Hacker spec. to say that the transmission platform and housing of the S is milled from solid in one piece improving holding force. There is nothing about that on the P spec.

Initial assesment is is that the gears and neutrals are the best I have encountered including the JRnx 8931 which are also superb servos.
P- Plastic Case, S- Aluminum, there is no other difference.

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Old 06-09-2018, 07:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Dansy View Post

Playing with one servo should make you a real expert on them in no time at all..... LOL
DG is kind of full of himself as always but this is kind of a dick post.....
Old 06-10-2018, 03:05 AM
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Originally Posted by sideshow View Post
DG is kind of full of himself as always but this is kind of a dick post.....
ya I know just couldnít stop my finger LOL 😂 sometime you need to let Them loose.....
Old 06-10-2018, 07:05 AM
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Originally Posted by ZB View Post
P- Plastic Case, S- Aluminum, there is no other difference.

Zb/Jeti USA

there is a difference according to Hacker.
it seems the P version is for their paramotor range.

the P and S do not stand for Plastic or aluminium , they are identical in build.
since they have long arms the P versions have a Stall security build in and its not recomended to use hem for Planes or heli.s
since they can Power of in case of a stall...
Old 06-10-2018, 07:16 AM
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Originally Posted by digitech View Post
there is a difference according to Hacker.
it seems the P version is for their paramotor range.

the P and S do not stand for Plastic or aluminium , they are identical in build.
since they have long arms the P versions have a Stall security build in and its not recomended to use hem for Planes or heli.s
since they can Power of in case of a stall...
Nope, only reason for P was that Hacker wanted cheaper servos for they Paragliders. But it does not matter the P is discontinued, that was the reason we do not carry any. All Ditex servos have security built in.

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Old 06-10-2018, 07:24 AM
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Originally Posted by ZB View Post
Nope, only reason for P was that Hacker wanted cheaper servos for they Paragliders. But it does not matter the P is discontinued, that was the reason we do not carry any. All Ditex servos have security built in.

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ok weird since that was a official one i found on a german jeti forum , answered by Hacker.
but you should now.

anyway we only do the Red jeti servo,s here , only 4 models so easy to keep apart..
Old 06-11-2018, 12:42 AM
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Originally Posted by ZB View Post
You will, the new CB220 (working name) will be able to take care of that.
Aluminum case, new high speed EX Bus port...

Zb/Jeti USA
Thanks for posting, Will the CB400 firmware be upgraded to allow telemetry? Like Oli we were going to use these for validation purposes.

Many thanks, Alex
Old 06-11-2018, 03:29 AM
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When will the cb220 hit the streets?
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Originally Posted by ZB View Post
Nope, only reason for P was that Hacker wanted cheaper servos for they Paragliders. But it does not matter the P is discontinued, that was the reason we do not carry any. All Ditex servos have security built in.

Zb/Jeti USA
So I guess the P is suitable for our Jet application.

please tell me the CB220 has a gyro too, so I can sleep peacefully tonight 😜

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Originally Posted by digitech View Post
not yet with all of them

no support yet for assist or powerbox .
telemetric works fine on all REX receivers.
David can use these expert tips for the magazine..
How come they don't work with assist? They stop working if you switch on assist? or they don't work at all on an assist Rx?

I thought of using them in my Fusion going probably over 600kph. Then limiting the roll rate with assist would be convenient........
Old 06-13-2018, 04:59 AM
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The telemetric functions dont work yet.
servos themselves are fine.
best servos i ever owned..
if you need to measure ias up to 1100kmh visit me :/)
Old 06-13-2018, 07:15 AM
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Originally Posted by tp777fo View Post
When will the cb220 hit the streets?

Late summer, still being work on. Everybody wants to add more functionality to the CBs.

Zb/Jeti USA
Old 06-13-2018, 08:03 AM
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Originally Posted by ZB View Post
Everybody wants to add more functionality to the CBs.

Zb/Jeti USA
Failure prevention, crash elimination and anti flame out would be tops!
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Just bit the bullet, ordered 15 of these servos. Will go into my ultra bandit under for testing ��

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Originally Posted by c_makhija View Post
Just bit the bullet, ordered 15 of these servos. Will go into my ultra bandit under for testing ��

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15? Help me out here , ditex on doors?
Old 06-14-2018, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by digitech View Post


15? Help me out here , ditex on doors?
Not that rich Sandor...5 for primary flight controls, 2 for secondary...
8 for a friend of mine🙂

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Old 06-14-2018, 10:25 AM
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Originally Posted by c_makhija View Post


Not that rich Sandor...5 for primary flight controls, 2 for secondary...
8 for a friend of mine🙂

Chatty
aaaaaa ok was puzzled by 15 servo,s on a Jet ;-).
you will really like them, specially the programming.
when done , you be suprised to see all trim offsets to 0 , no subtrim all equal ;-)
let us now how it went.
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Will do...will the programming work on a Mac or a PC is needed.
Old 06-14-2018, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by c_makhija View Post
Will do...will the programming work on a Mac or a PC is needed.
PC im afraid , but if your mac has a intel chipset you can always go for parallels ;-)
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Using them in a 70 kg RPA plane. plastic arm are not the best, but the servos have futaba spline. Works fine. The programming features are the best I have ever seen.
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Anyone had a problem with these servos so far? Using the 2612P. Removed my UltraBandit off the shelf today, powered up the system, initially the Rudder servo worked fine and suddenly stopped, the CB200 cut off power to the servo. It’s a simple linkage so no binding anywhere.
Poly fuse worked well and cut off the power and read 52 degrees, so something has surely short internally. 15 years and not a single JR servo 8XXX series ever failed on me.
Hope it’s a one-off as I have these servos all around the UB.

Thanks Chatty
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Originally Posted by c_makhija View Post
Anyone had a problem with these servos so far? Using the 2612P. Removed my UltraBandit off the shelf today, powered up the system, initially the Rudder servo worked fine and suddenly stopped, the CB200 cut off power to the servo. Itís a simple linkage so no binding anywhere.
Poly fuse worked well and cut off the power and read 52 degrees, so something has surely short internally. 15 years and not a single JR servo 8XXX series ever failed on me.
Hope itís a one-off as I have these servos all around the UB.

Thanks Chatty
Got a bunch of them some have pretty high flights number...not a single problem....cannot say the same for some of my JR MP series
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Thanks Dansy,

Will take it as a one off... some more feedback from real time users will be appreciated.

Thanks
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Originally Posted by ZB View Post
Late summer, still being work on. Everybody wants to add more functionality to the CBs.

Zb/Jeti USA
Is the CB210 not going to be released until late summer also? If so Iím going to need to go another route....
Old 01-10-2020, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by camss69 View Post
Is the CB210 not going to be released until late summer also? If so Iím going to need to go another route....
Humm....that post is from 2018

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