|KST X08H Plus Specifications|
|Body dimensions||23.5 mm wide x 8.0 mm thick x 17.0 mm high||0.93" wide x 0.31" thick x 0.67" high|
|Max dimensions||29.5 mm wide x 8.0 mm thick x 31.0 mm high||1.16" wide x 0.31" thick x 1.22" high|
|Stall torque / Speed @ 3.8V||2.4 kg.cm / 0.18 s/60°||33 oz.in / 0.18 s/60°|
|Stall torque / Speed @ 6V||3.9 kg.cm / 0.15 s/60°||53 oz.in / 0.15 s/60°|
|Stall torque / Speed @ 8.4V||5.3 kg.cm / 0.09 s/60°||74 oz.in / 0.09 s/60°|
|Weight||9.5 g||0.34 oz|
|Lead length||10 cm||4.0 in|
|Operating Voltage||3.5V - 8.4V|
|Bearings||2 ball bearings|
|Gear material||Aluminium alloy / copper-bronze alloy|
|Case material||Aluminium alloy|
|Motor type||Coreless DC motor|
|Working frequency||333 Hz|
|Dead band/resolution||2 µs|
|Pulse width for ± 60º||900 - 2100 µs|
|Operating temperature||-20 to +65 ºC|
|Supplied accessories||3 plastic output arms, 1 arm retaining screw, 4 mounting screws|
|Optional accessories||KST X08 Servo Arm Set, Plastic Frame only for the KST X08H, Ply Frame for KST X08, Pulley For KST X08, Frame with plain bearing for the KST X08, VM Spring Loaded Pulley Set for X08|
Review by: LasseKST X08H Plus Horizontal Lug Servo - 5.3Kg.cm 0.09
The best servo for montage in wings on gliders
Review by: SimonKST X08H Plus Horizontal Lug Servo - 5.3Kg.cm
Great service and great servo on ailerons in my Stormbird
Review by: AnonymousServo KST X08H Plus
The servo is a lightweight micro powerful high precision servo. I use this servo i my gliders and is the best servo i can buy.
Review by: Vladimir
Хорошее сочетание " цена-качество ".
Review by: Roger SandersKST X08H Plus Horizontal Lug Servo - 5.3Kg.cm 0.0
I have used the standard sized XO8 servos without problems. This new "Plus" servo has almost twice the power without being much larger. When they work, they work very well with minimal (but not zero) backlash in the gears.
However, I have had 50% failure rates in these servos. The failure is in the electronics, which suddenly fail to respond at all. The cause of the problem is unclear.
Fortunately, the failures occurred while the servos were being used on the flaps, so the failure did not result in the loss of the aircraft. Due to my experience, I would recommend that you avoid using these servos on critical controls like the elevator where reliability is essential.