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FrSky Xact series coreless servos utilize all CNC machined aluminum protective case and metal gears, these servos are 8.4V high voltage capable and offer high speed and configurable torque performance. Also, the Xact series servos offer multiple form factors and configurations to fit for different model types and precision usage.

Working with the F.Port 2.0 protocol, the telemetry data (like real-time current and voltage) of Xact servos can be achieved and transmitted back to the radio by connecting either F.Port 2.0 capable receiver or flight controller. All the preset servo options of speed and torque can be configured directly on an ACCESS radio through the host device of F.Port 2.0 line, and the configurable servo steering as well as travel degree are additions now can be expected on this series.

FEATURES:

Supports F.Port 2.0 SBUS and PWM protocol

High durability with metal gear and all-aluminum CNC machined protective case

8.4V high voltage capable operation with good speed performance

Built-in dual precision balls bearing with hall sensor

Supports over-current and over-hot monitor and alarm

Updatable firmware ensures the performance superior

SPECIFICATIONS:

HV5201

Torque @ 6.0v – 3.0 kgf.cm / 41.7 Oz-in

Torque @ 7.0v – 3.5 kgf.cm / 48.6 Oz-in

Torque @ 8.4v – 4.2 kgf.cm / 58.3 Oz-in

Speed @ 6.0v – 0.06 sec/60°

Speed @ 7.0v – 0.05 sec/60°

Speed @ 8.4v – 0.04 sec/60°

Dimensions: 23*12*29mm (L*W*H)

Weight: 23g

Motor Type: Coreless

Servo Horn Spline: Φ5 25T

Stall Current: 1.21A@6.0v / 1.42A@7.0v / 1.7A@8.4v

Operating Voltage Range: 4.8-8.4V

Max Refresh Rate: 333Hz

HV5202 

Torque @ 6.0v – 3.5 kgf.cm / 48.6 Oz-in

Torque @ 7.0v – 4.0 kgf.cm / 55.5 Oz-in

Torque @ 8.4v – 4.8 kgf.cm / 66.7 Oz-in

Speed @ 6.0v – 0.08 sec/60°

Speed @ 7.0v – 0.07 sec/60°

Speed @ 8.4v – 0.06 sec/60°

Dimensions: 23*12*29mm (L*W*H)

Weight: 23g

Motor Type: Coreless

Servo Horn Spline: Φ5 25T

Stall Current: 1.29A@6.0v / 1.5A@7.0v / 1.8A@8.4v

Operating Voltage Range: 4.8-8.4V

Max Refresh Rate: 333Hz

HV5203

Torque @ 6.0v – 5.9 kgf.cm / 81.9 Oz-in

Torque @ 7.0v – 6.8 kgf.cm / 94.4 Oz-in

Torque @ 8.4v – 8.2 kgf.cm / 113.9 Oz-in

Speed @ 6.0v – 0.11 sec/60°

Speed @ 7.0v – 0.09 sec/60°

Speed @ 8.4v – 0.08 sec/60°

Dimensions: 23*12*29mm (L*W*H)

Weight: 23g

Motor Type: Coreless

Servo Horn Spline: Φ5 25T

Stall Current: 1.36A@6.0v / 1.58A@7.0v /1.9A@8.4v

Operating Voltage Range: 4.8-8.4V

Max Refresh Rate: 333Hz

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