FA (UK Only) Hitec HS-5955TG Digital Titanium geared servo NIB

I have several Hitec HS-5955TG Digital Titanium geared servos up for
auction on eBay with more to follow in the next few days. Current
auction ids are 250440242473 and 250440516121. With the groups kind
forbearance I will post the others as I put up the auctions.
I've appended the auction blurb below for your convenience.
This is an auction for an Hitec HS-5955TG Digital Titanium geared
servo in completely new and unused condition supplied in box with all
original accessories, instructions etc.
The Servo is in brand new condition and has never been fitted to a
model or used (except for testing prior to auction) and comes complete
with the box and all original fittings, servo arms, instructions,
decal sheet etc. I bought 5 of these servos for a project that I have
decided not to proceed with so rather than waste them in a sport class
model I am putting them up for sale. Please see my other auctions if
you wish to bid for more than one or email me for details on multiple
purchases on a buy-it-now basis (see header for b.i.n. price).
Shipping will be the same price however many you buy whether by
auction or buy-it-now.
The HS-5955TG is a high end servo to stand comparison with the very
best of modern servos and its Titanium gears guarantee a long and slop-
free life under the harshest conditions in the biggest models. The
servo is programmable with the Hitec HFP-10 / HFP-20 servo programmers
(not included) and various things can be set like the servo deadband,
centre, direction etc etc.
Hitec's specifications for this powerhouse servo are as follows :
Control System: +Pulse Width Control 1500usec Neutral
Required Pulse: 4.8-6.0 Volt Peak to Peak Square Wave
Operating Voltage Range: 4.8-6.0 Volts
Operating Temperature Range: -20 to +60=B0C (-68F to +140F)
Operating Speed (4.8V): 0.19 sec/60=B0 at no load
Operating Speed (6.0V): 0.15 sec/60=B0 at no load
Stall Torque (4.8V): 249.96 oz-in. (18 kg.cm)
Stall Torque (6.0V): 333.29 oz-in. (24 kg.cm)
Standing Torque (4.8V): 324.95 oz-in. (23.4 kg.cm) 5=B0 deflection
Standing Torque (6.0V): 433.27 oz-in. (31.2 kg.cm) 5=B0 deflection
Operating Angle: 45=B0 one side pulse traveling 450usec
360 Modifiable: Yes
Direction: Clockwise/Pulse Traveling 1500 to 1900 usec
Idle Current Drain (4.8V): 3mA at stop
Idle Current Drain (6.0V): 3mA at stop
Current Drain (4.8V): 220mA/idle and 3.4 amps at lock/stall
Current Drain (6.0V): 300mA/idle and 4.2 amps at lock/stall
Dead Band Width: 2 usec
Motor Type: Coreless Metal Brush
Potentiometer Drive: 6 Slider Indirect Drive
Bearing Type: Dual Ball Bearing MR106
Gear Type: 4 Titanium Gears
Connector Wire Length: 7" (178mm)
Dimensions: 1.58" x 0.78"x 1.45" (40 x 20 x 37mm)
Weight: 2.18oz (62g)
There is an independant review of the HS-5955TG here where it
compares very favourably with the DS8711 particularly in the area of
servo gear wear.
No reserve, and low =A320 initial bid for this great servo so bid now
and pick up a bargain.
Postage will be =A35.40 by Special Delivery, =A32.89 by First Class
Recorded or can collect from Brighton, East Sussex f.o.c. Note I am
not willing to ship this outside of mainland UK + NI. Paypal,
cheques, postal order or cash in payment please. (Note: I can only
accept cash if you collect the item in person - please do not send
cash by post). Shipping will be the same price however many you buy
whether by auction or buy-it-now.
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Just a note to give the auction IDs of the next two servos as promised. They are as follows :
250442500831 and 250442686194.
Thanks for looking,
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Actually not a bad price. If your in the US and want that servo, the servo that took that one's place, the HS-7955TG, is on sale at hobby people for $99.99. 333 oz./in torque! What would I put that in??? mk
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1/3 scale rudder
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I can only try to imagine how strong the mounting would have to be, to take full advantage of all of the torque.
It could be titanium with 1/4" bolts, I suppose.
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We want that rudder to MOVE!
It really grabs me when I see the guys with the 35 and 40% birds with 3 to 5 heavy duty servos ganged together so they can do tricks with the rudder. It seems to me the airframe would bend. . .
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