| Does anybody have infomation on torque specifications for JR servos
| operating on 6v? All published specs are for 4.8v. Searching the web was no
Looking at http://www.servocity.com/html/hitec_servos.html , it looks
like 6v vs. 4.8v gives a 17% to 25% increase in torque for Hitec
Looking at http://www.servocity.com/html/futaba_servos.html , the
figures seem to be about 24% to 82% (! -- the S3302 -- I don't think I
really believe that.)
JR servos really aren't fundamentally different, so I'm guessing that
if you just add 25% or so to the torque ratings given for 4.8v, you'll
probably be pretty close. And if a 5% error either way will cause you
problems, well, you probably need a bigger servo anyways :)
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