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JRenta posted a new activity comment 5 months ago
@bretzel59, What do you need help with exactly?
akash dixit posted an update 3 years, 5 months ago
@bretzel59 i am making bisep so HS-805BB This servo is so costly can i use any cheap servo alternate of this if yes then please provide me the link of that
Nope,,,, HS-805BB are the cheapest out there for their size,,, prices are all over the place with servos-,, have a look at quite a few web-shops before buying- you should be paying around $35usd for them- but check out the “postage cost” before buying ,,,
I use the HK15338. They are the same size and cost $15 USD. Available in the US too.
That”s a good price,,, they work alright,,?
Everything is a tradeoff. They are basically clones and can be modified in the same way as the 805’s.
A little less torque, a little less speed but definitely usable. I have been happy with them.
Try these ones, they are the same as the HS-805’s but only $27 USD.
Cool,,, I’ll get a couple of them for testing,,, at that price i can fry/destroy them without worrying about it,,,, going to use these in the end (see link) ,, providing i don’t find a problem with them- there a Australian clone of the Savox ,,,, but beefed up,,, not down,,,, bit pricey ,,, but the torque is good, and got the 7.2v option too…[Read more]
for the large servos I strongly recommend using heat-up fuses so it stops the current before burning up the servo. I anyway had expected that these servos would come with overload protection but the manufacturers seem to like them burning out …