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JR Sport SM15 Sub Micro Servo JSP20020 JR Sport SM8 Super Micro Servo JSP20010 JR Sport MC35 Micro Servo JSP20030

Key Features

  • Weighs only 9 grams
  • Microprocessor technology
  • SMT (surface mount technology) to achieve the smallest size possible.
  • 6 inch lead with Universal connector.

Overview

Micro R/C is growing in a big way. Sub 10-ounce hand-launch gliders, slow flyers, micro electronic indoor airplanes, miniature helicopters--the SM15 Sub-Micro is the perfect servo for all these applications. It weighs less than a third of an ounce and measures a mere .45" x .87" x .85". Despite its minuscule size and weight, the SM15's 15oz./in. of torque make it one of the most powerful servo in the sub-micro category.

Specs

  • Size Category:Minis and Micros
  • Type:Analog
  • Torque:15 oz/in @ 4.8V
  • Speed:.21/60 @ 4.8v, .17/60 @ 6v
  • Dimensions (WxLxH):0.45 x 0.87 x 0.85
  • Weight:9.0 g (0.32 oz)
  • Bushing Or Bearing:Bushing
  • Gear Type:Nylon
  • Application:Indoor, Park Flyers

This JR Sport SM8 is lightning fast (.06 @ 6v), has a robust 8 oz/inches of torque, weighs just 6 grams

Specs

  • Torque:7 oz/in @4.8V, 8.5 oz/in @6.0V
  • Speed:.08/60 @ 4.8v, .06/60 @ 6v
  • Dimensions (WxLxH):.83 x .77 x .45 in
  • Weight:6.0 g (0.21 oz)
  • Application:Indoor, Park Flyers and Micro Heli's

With ultralites, foamies, and park flyers, the weight of your equipment is crucial to the overall performance of your aircraft. This is especially true in the smallest of park flyers out there, as having more weight on the nose or tail can adversely affect the flight characteristics. This is where having a small and lightweight servo is especially critical. But being small and lightweight is useless unless you have the speed, torque, and reliability needed for a particular application. This is where the SM8 comes into play. The SM8 is equipped with quality silver-plated connectors and features 8 oz/in (198g) of torque with a transit time of .08 seconds at 4.8 volts (.06 seconds at 6.0 volts). The SM8 delivers these outstanding features and specs all while weighing in at a scant 0.21 oz (6.0g). This is one lightning-fast servo with the holding power for the precise control indoors required by demanding pilots, while not forcing you to pay a weight penalty.

Specs

  • Size Category: Minis and Micros
  • Type: Analog
  • Torque: 35 oz/in @ 6.0V
  • Speed: .21/60 @ 4.8v, .17/60 @ 6v
  • Dimensions (WxLxH): 0.50 x 1.12 x 1.17
  • Weight: 17.0 g (0.6 oz)
  • Bushing Or Bearing: Bushing
  • Gear Type: Nylon
  • Application: Small engines, Electric powered

Having a servo that’s lazy or underpowered can be really frustrating when you’re flying. The faster a plane travels, the smaller the margin of error will be. A slow or underpowered servo will not have the holding or staying power to move and maintain the angle of a control surface. While some micro servos suffer from this underpowered tendency, the MC35 has the torque and speed you desire with the reliability you deserve. Ideal for planes with 60- to 80-inch wingspans and 2-meter sailplanes, the MC35 is equipped with a 12-inch long lead, eliminating the need for extensions in some applications. The MC35 has been designed to be both accurate and durable, featuring a large diameter output spline for increased strength and durability. The nylon gears have also been molded to better withstand wear and tear while still operating smoothly. Having a servo that doesn’t center properly can be really frustrating, but the motor and electronics inside the tiny MC35 casing offer the accurate centering characteristics that pilots have come to expect from more expensive servos. With its speed and torque, the SM35 is an awesome value for a sub-micro servo.