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Monday, June 7, 2010

MKS DS 6125, a new reference ?

At the viking Race, I received, as prize giving, 2 very nice wing servos from MKS through his french reseller Helidigital.com:

They are brand new servos, not commercialized yet (pre-series) with impressive specifications:

Dead band:0.001ms (Default)
Control System: +Pulse Width Control
Working frequence:333Hz
(RX) Required Pulse:3.0~5.0 Volt Peak to Peak Square Wave
Operating Voltage:4.8~6.0 V DC Volts
Operating Temperature Range:-10 to + 60 Degree C
Operating Speed (4.8V): 0.15 sec/60° degrees at no load
Operating Speed (6V):0.12 sec/60° dagrees at no load
Stall Torque (4.8V):6.6 kg-cm (91.67 oz/in)
Stall Torque (6V):8.2 kg-cm (113.89 oz/in)
360° Modifiable: YES
Motor Type: DC Motor
Potentiometer Drive:Direct Drive
Driver Type:FET
Bearing Type:Dual Ball Bearings
Gear Type:Chrome gear
Connector Wire Length:15.0 cm (5.9 in)
Dimensions:30X10X35.5 mm (1.1811X0.39X1.39 in)
Weight: 28.77 g (1.01 oz)
Destruction of properties:In the 18 ~ 22 kg-cm moment of impact more than three times, the gear will start to slip (push pull at this time there are 3 ~ 5kg/cm); 23 kg-cm instant hit, Gears of collapse.

I have no idea about the retail price, but the quality seems to be there: no slope at all, very powerfull, aluminium case. This servos really could be a winner !

They are the same thickness than other wing servos, but longer than my reference wing servos which is the Graupner DS3210. Unfortunately, we cannot use the DS3210/HS5125 servoframe.

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