The latest generation of Spektrum surface servos provides you with the performance you need for any 1/10th to 1/8th scale vehicle application. The S6230 and S6240 offer high-torque or high-speed performance in a more compact size for 1/10th scale crawlers or monster trucks where space is limited. The S6250 HV and S6260 HV are standard size servos for High-Voltage applications up to 8.4V, And the S6280 HV and S6290 HV feature all metal case construction for the ultimate 1/8th scale performance. All these servos feature Spektrum innovations like the removable wire leads that allow for custom lead length and ease of maintenance and all metal servo mounting tabs to keep them in place through the most extreme conditions.S6260 High Speed HV Dig Servo Features:
S6260 High Speed HV Dig Servo Specfications:
- Removable wire harness with different lengths available
- 7075 Aluminum hard anodized output shaft/main gear with steel internal gears
- Aluminum case for good heat dissipation
- Aluminum mounting tabs
- NMB dual main bearings
- 23T output shaft
- 1-Year Limited Warranty
: 1/10 Buggy, Truck, 1/8 Buggy, Truck
Bushing Or Bearing:
Connector Wire Gauge:
: 22 AWG
Connector Wire Length:
: 7.87 in (200mm)
Current Draw Idle:
: 9.8 mA @ 6.0V
Current Draw Stall:
: 4900mA @ 6.0V
: 1.25 in (31.8mm)
: 1.61 in (41mm)
: 0.08 sec/60 deg @ 6.0V; 0.07 sec/60 deg @ 7.4V; 0.06 sec/60 deg @ 8.4V, at no load
: 23 Teeth
: 167 oz-in (12.0kg-cm) @ 6V; 210 oz-in (15.1kg-cm) @ 7.4V; 241 oz-in (17.4kg-cm) @ 8.4V
: S6260 High Speed, High Voltage
: 2.3 oz (65.2g)
: 0.82 in (20.8mm)
- Brand: Spektrum
- Part No: SPMSS6260
- Fitment: Option Part
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