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Super Light 3.7g Micro Servo (RC plane helicopter Boat) (Robotique)
Ultra light and small yet powerful servo, ideal for small robotics, boats, planes or any small item, you get the idea.
- Weight: 3.7g( Only servo )
- Operating Speed (4.8V no load): 0.1sec/60 degrees
- TORQUE@4.8V : 0.7 kg-cm / 9.71 oz-in
- TORQUE@6.0V : 0.8 kg-cm / 11.1 oz-in
- Temperature Range: -30 to +60 Degree C
- Connector lead length: 150mm
- Operating Voltage:4.8-6.0 Volts
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