|Blue Bird BMS-A10S Specifications|
|Body dimensions||22.0 mm wide x 8.0 mm thick x 15.3 mm high||0.87" wide x 0.31" thick x 0.60" high|
|Max dimensions||28.0 mm wide x 8.0 mm thick x 25.3 mm high||1.10" wide x 0.31" thick x 1.00" high|
|Stall torque (3.7V)||1.6 kg.cm||22 oz.in|
|Stall torque (6V)||2.4 kg.cm||33 oz.in|
|Stall torque (8.4V)||3.2 kg.cm||44 oz.in|
|Weight||7.3 g||0.26 oz|
|Lead length||15 cm||6.0 in|
|Operating speed (3.7V)||0.15 sec/60°|
|Operating speed (6V)||0.10 sec/60°|
|Operating speed (8.4V)||0.07 sec/60°|
|Operating voltage||3.7V to 8.4V|
|Bearings||2 ball bearing|
|Gear material||Precision metal|
|Case material||Aluminium alloy|
|Working frequency||333 Hz|
|Dead band/resolution||2 µs|
|Pulse width for ± 45º||1100 - 1900 µs|
|Digital||Yes, 12 bit A2D|
|Operating temperature||-20 to +60 ºC|
|Supplied accessories||3 plastic output arms, 2 arm retaining screw, 2 mouning screws TBC|
Review by: NickPAstounding tiny servos
This is my first foray into the world of DLG. Neil at Hyperflight couldnít have been more supportive in terms of recommending a suitable glider and these servos. The servos are tiny compared to what Iím used to but beautifully made with a lovely CNC milled case and a great cosmetic finish. They seem to have no discernible slop in the gear train and have a good voltage range. I will be using a 1S LiPo to power them and my Jeti radio with a vario giving me useful telemetry.
Review by: PaulExcellent service
There was a little problem with delivery.
I send an E-mail and Neill solved it within 4 minutes.
Excellent Excellent Service.