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49g Hyperion Atlas DH20FCD High Voltage Servo

SKU: 406320
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Manufact: Hyperion






Hyperion Atlas High Voltage DH20-UCD Servo - 20 mm / 46.0 g

Atlas Digital High-Voltage DH Servos. These run on 6.0V to 7.4V input, and are ideal for direct input via LiFePO4 or Lipo 2S receiver packs. And 2S models - such as many gliders and RC cars - can power the DH servos from the main power pack, saving the weight and hassle of receiver batteries or BEC units.

All Hyperion Atlas servos are fully programmable to define a range of important and useful features that will help you optimize your radio installation.

A total of 140 degrees available, plus 25% programmable by transmitter, means that as much as 175 degrees of throw can be obtained. So these servos not only guarantee as much control throw as you will ever need, but are also perfect for retract and scale hatch installations. Speed is adjustable from 1% to 100%, and 1% is VERY slow indeed!

No expensive programming box is needed to access all these useful features - it is a simple cable you attach to your PC.

Servo type High Voltage, fully programmable full size digital servo
Dimensions mm 40.0 x 19.5 x 39.8
Weight gram 46.0 59.5
Speed (sec/60 deg @ 6.0/7.4V) 0.16/0.13 0.19/0.16 0.16/0.13 0.19/0.16
Dynamic torque (kg/cm @ 6.0/7.4V) 8.0/9.5 10.5/12.0 8.0/9.5 10.5/12.0
Holding torque (kg/cm @ 6.0/7.4V) 16.0/19.0 21.0/24.0 16.0/19.0 21.0/24.0
Gear Train primary material Carbon Poly Titamium
Bearing Double ball
Programmable Yes, with free PC software connected via USB adapter (HP-AT-PRGUSB)
Rotation in degrees Adjustable 30 to 140 degrees total, 90 degree default (45 each way)
Adjustable travel speed Yes, 1% to 100% of Rated Speed (100% default)
Maximum input voltage Loaded or unloaded input voltage should never exceed 8.4V


Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 406320
Weight 100.0000


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