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FEICHAO Servos Digital MG996R MG996 Servo Metal Gear for Futaba JR Car RC Model Helicopter Boat Robot Parts

FEICHAO Servos Digital MG996R MG996 Servo Metal Gear for Futaba JR Car RC Model Helicopter Boat Robot Parts Item NO.: F45663

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Product Name FEICHAO Servos Digital MG996R MG996 Servo Metal Gear for Futaba JR Car RC Model Helicopter Boat Robot Parts
Item NO. F45663
Weight 0.065 kg = 0.1433 lb = 2.2928 oz
Category DIY RC Drone Accessories > Servo
Brand FEICHAO
Creation Time 2021-12-09

FEICHAO Servos Digital MG996R MG996 Servo Metal Gear for Futaba JR Car RC Model Helicopter Boat Robot Parts



Specification:

Applicable object: remote control aircraft

Accessory type: steering gear

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The latest high torque servo MG996R (MG995 upgrade product) 6v/11Kg (Mainland version)

The upgraded product of the original MG995, the speed, tension and accuracy have been improved accordingly

It is suitable for models of 50-90 methanol fixed-wing aircraft and 26cc-50cc gasoline fixed-wing aircraft.

Compared with MG946R, MG996R is faster, but the pulling force is slightly lower.

Manufacturer Number: MG996R

Product net weight: 55g

Product size: 40.7*19.7*42.9mm

Product pull: 9.4kg/cm(4.8V), 11kg/cm(6V)

Response speed: 0.17sec/60degree(4.8v) 0.14sec/60degree(6v)

Working voltage: 4.8-7.2V

Working temperature: 0℃-55℃

Gear form: metal gear

Working dead zone: 5us (microseconds)

Suitable models: Class 50-90 methanol fixed-wing aircraft and 26cc-50cc gasoline fixed-wing aircraft, etc.

How to turn the steering gear to a specified angle?

Servo motor timing diagram



The control line is used to transmit the angle control signal. This angle is determined by the duration of the control signal pulse, which is called pulse code modulation (PCM). The control of the steering gear generally requires a time base pulse of about 20ms, the high level part of the pulse is generally in the range of 0.5ms-2.5ms, and the total interval is 2ms. The width of the pulse will determine the distance the motor turns. For example: a 1.5 millisecond pulse, the motor will turn to a position of 90 degrees (usually called the neutral position, for a 180° steering gear, it is the 90° position). If the pulse width is less than 1.5 milliseconds, then the motor axis faces 0 degrees. If the pulse width is greater than 1.5 milliseconds, the axial direction is 180 degrees. Taking the 180 degree steering gear as an example, the corresponding control relationship is as follows:


0.5ms————-0 degrees;

1.0ms————45 degrees;

1.5ms————90 degrees;

2.0ms———–135 degrees;

2.5ms————180 degrees;





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