The servo that the tilt mechanism is designed around. It’s strong, precise and has very little slop in the all metal gearbox, which is supported by dual bearings. It uses a magnetic induction rotary encoder, which is probably one of it’s best features. Apart from being very accurate and very resistant to wear, it can also protect the servo in a crash by “giving way” when the servo is subject to an impact.
We’ve redesigned the original BMS 210 servo to include a feedback wire. This wire is used to accurately determine at which angle the servo is positioned at all times. The wire plugs in to the flightcontroller and the information is used by the TriFlight code to vastly improve the yaw performance of the tricopter. Note: You don’t have to use the servo feedback wire. The servo will work just like any normal servo if you don’t connect the wire.
- Weight: 16 grams
- Dimensions: 23 x 12 x 25.4 mm
- Voltage range: 4.8-6V
- Stall current: 1A at 5V
- Torque: 4.8V: 3.1 kg/cm, 6.0V: 3.9 kg/cm
- Speed: 4.8V: 0.15 sec / 60° (no load), 6.0V: 0.13 sec / 60° (no load)
- Gears: All metal
- Ball bearing: Yes, Dual
- Motor: Coreless
- Dead band: 0.002ms (2µs)
- Spline: 25 teeth (Same as Futaba)
- Rotary encoder: Magnetic induction