Hitec HS-5065MG Micro Digital Metal Gear Servo

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Hitec just raised the bar by offering the ever popular HS-65 in a new digital version! The HS-5065MG High Performance Micro Servo features Hitecs digital, programmable circut for incredible resolution, centering and holding torque; also featuring metal gears, a top-ball bearing, and at 31 ounces/inches of torque with a quick transit time of 0.11 sec at 6 volts, it will no doubt be THE choice for high performance micro helicopters, electric park flyers, and 1/18 scale cars.

Specifications
Motor Type: 3-pole
Bearing Type: Top BB
Speed: 0.14 / 0.11 sec @ 60 deg.
Torque: 24.99 / 30.55 oz.in (4.8v/6v)     1.8 / 2.2 kg.cm
Size: 0.92" x 0.45" x 0.94" / 23.60 x 11.60 x 24.00mm
Weight:    0.42oz / 11.90g

This product was added to our catalog on November 6, 2008.

bruce
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Dec 13 2016 (4 months ago)
Hitec HS-5065MG Micro Digital Metal Gear Servo
Got a set of these for a Align 450 in 2009. Over the years 2 had to be replaced and I use Karbonite gears in them. Only one complaint, no bearing is supplied with the gears. They center well, 2 us dead zone and the only slop ever comes from the bearing after too many crashes. I do take consideration into about how much weight parts have and these are perfect for a 450.)
Robert Krier
Monday, May 13 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Hitec HS-5065MG Micro Digital Metal Gear Servo
Not impressed. These servos don't handle a crash very well. The plastic top case will crack easily. The case is overall very cheap quality. Gears strip too, but not as bad as Align.

Yesterday I was flying and landed fine. Changed my lipo and and powered it up and one of the servos fried to a black crisp. No reason for it as far as I could tell. The other two cyclics were completely fine. There was no crash involved at all and nothing shorted out electrically.

For the money, I recommend the Savox which are a couple of dollars cheaper. Their case is aluminum and they take a pounding.)