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Servos Servo Mods

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by Dieseldoctor, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. Dieseldoctor

    Dieseldoctor New Member

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    I've bought a few micro servos (and standard servos) that are described as 180°, but I can only get about 100° out of them. Does anyone know what I can do to gain that extra 80°, without an expensive servo stretcher or fancy tx that overdrives beyond 120%.
     


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    End points or servo travel is all I can say. Adjust your end points to max. If that does not work then you will need a fancy radio.

    My BK servos will spin 360 degrees but will only travel a specified distance. Which is only 60 degrees off center.
     
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    Agreed. There is only so much that some Tx's can do. Beyond that and it will cost a little (or a lot) more money.
     

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