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Wide Voltage Linear Hall Sensing Servos

You may notice something unique and different in the picture above. In the area where a traditional potentiometer would sit, there is instead a flat disc shaped object. This is actually a magnet which interacts with the opposing Hall Effect IC sensor to provide servo output arm position data to the microprocessor. This method of position sensing is non-contact, so has great durability. In conjunction with our high precision mechanics this affords superior performance. These servos also employ high strength steel gears and high performance brushless motors. In addition, the MPH83 series of servos are wide voltage (WV) - they can operate on 4.8v - 7.2v. 'This new technology is ideal for giant scale airplanes and helicopter' s rudder servo.
WIDE VOLTAGE LINEAR HALL SENSING SERVOS
Dimensions:36.5×21×40.5mm Voltage Range:4.5V - 8.5V
MPH83TWV

No.02410

  • Torque:40.6(7.4V) / 26.3(4.8V) kg・cm
  • Speed:0.13(7.4V) / 0.19(4.8V) sec/60°
  • Weight:73g
  • High-Torque Type
  • For Aerobatic Airplanes/Large Scale Aircraft
MPH83SWV

No.02411

  • Torque:19.8(7.4V) / 12.8(4.8V) kg・cm
  • Speed:0.06(7.4V) / 0.09(4.8V) sec/60°
  • Weight:73g
  • High-Speed Type
  • For Aerobatic Airplanes/Large Scale Aircraft
MPH83GWV
No.02412
  • Torque:4.2(7.4V) / 2.7(4.8V) kg・cm
  • Speed:0.05(7.4V) / 0.07(4.8V) sec/60°
  • Weight:65g
  • For Gyro




  • If used on a large control surface - typically aileron, rudder, elevator or flap on an airplane, Digital servos (DS・MP・MPH series) may move slightly around center while on the ground. This is an expected phenomenon, and will not occur in the air.