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Misc. Turnigy Servo Tester

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by bigone5500, Jan 18, 2018.

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    Thought I'd share this. I used a 3 AS A battery holder with switch to power the unit. Double sided tape to secure it to the holder.

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    Not sure if it's the case with that one, but I have an old one that looks the same and while it works great for Analogue servos with Digital servos they twitch a bit making you think you have a faulty servo. Hopefully they have fixed that in the later models.
     
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    That servo you see in the photo did not do any twitching. It was smooth as butter when operated.
     
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    @Admiral I centered my Spektrum H3050 servos with this tool and they had the twitching that you mention.
     
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    It's a pity that, it's a handy little tester, I still use mine to center digital servos without issue the twitching is only when you use Main or Auto.
    The digital Turnigy test is not as simple as that little one, no centering function you need to adjust it manually.
     
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