MKS Servos HV6130 Coreless Metal Gear Digital Wing Servo (High Voltage)

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MKS Servos HV6130 Coreless Metal Gear Digital Wing Servo (High Voltage)
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This is the MKS DS6130 Metal Gear High Torque Glider Wing Servo. This servo features a full aluminum case that provides efficient heat dissipation and a metal alloy gear train for durability. Operating between 6V-8.4V, the 6130 series offers unparalleled performance within it's class. Plus, with all that metal, you would expect this servo to be on the heavy side, but at a scant 23 grams, this servo is feather light when compared to other servos with similar features making it an ideal choice for a glider wing servo applications when precision, durability and speed are required.

  • Super thin all metal servo
  • 10mm thickness designed for gliders
  • Metal alloy gears
  • All aluminum case
  • Efficient heat dissipation

DS6130 Specifications:
Dead band: 0.001ms (Default)
Control System: +Pulse Width Control
Working frequency: 1520?s / 333hz
Operating Voltage: 3.5~8.4V DC Volt (2s LiPo)
Speed: 0.14/0.11/0.1 @ 6V/7.4V/8.4V
Torque: 83/105.5/12.5 oz/in @ 6V/7.4V/8.4V
Motor Type: Coreless Motor
Potentiometer Drive: Direct Drive
Bearing Type: 3x Ball Bearings & 2x Jewel Bearings
Gear Type: Metal alloy gear
Dimensions: 30x10x29.9mm (1.18x0.39x1.17")
Weight: 23g (0.81oz)

This product was added to our catalog on February 14, 2017

Glider Mike
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Dec 27 2023 (5 months ago)
MKS Servos HV6130 Coreless Metal Gear Digital Wing Servo (High Voltage)
Best servo for sailplane flaps! The 6130 is a stout servo that holds position without fail. The amount of torque that it brings gives you confidence that your model is safe when activating large flight surfaces. This is especially true on sailplanes with large flaps. These models tend to produce a large amount of force when pulling flaps and the servo needs to handle this. The 6130's do this without fail. I find that their larger output shaft gives them an advantage to other servos. While other servos may be able to technically handle the torque, the 6130's can live up to the repeated abuse without failing. Ever forget to retract the flaps when landing only to drag them on the ground? These servos will likely live to see another flight while others will strip a gear, or worse, break that output shaft.

These work great on F5J and F3J sailplanes when supplied with 2s power. I'm sure there are many other models that would benefit from their awesome construction. If there is a critical flight surface then MKS controlling it is the answer!