August 10, 2022

MIBO 1:10 Onroad Low Profile Brushless Servo

Following its official brand launch yesterday, RC newcomer MIBO has announced the first product in its range, the MIBO 1:10 Onroad Low Profile MB-2311 Brushless Servo.  The high torque/ultra high speed programmable digital low-profile brushless servo comes with steel gear and double BB-ed output shaft and is intended for use in 1:10 on-road RC cars (suitable for Modified, Stock, FWD, Formula classes). All-aluminium case ensures perfect cooling under high load.  MB-2311 is programmable using the KAVAN servo USB programmer/interface and PC software.

Programmable Functions

Servo Angle: Maximal servo rotation angle range setting. The default range is ca 120° within the regular RC signal pulse width range (900~2100 µs); ca 180° within the max. signal pulse width range (500~2500 µs).

Servo Neutral: Servo neutral (centre) position setting.

Damping Factor: Servo damping setting – adjust the characteristics of the servo when stopping.

PWM Power: Adjusts the servo output power. The higher the power, the higher the speed and torque of the servo – indeed also the current consumption will be higher.

Sensitivity: Servo sensitivity (Dead Band) setting. The higher sensitivity the narrower the dead band – servo moves only if the change of the signal pulse width is bigger than the dead band width. Too high setting may cause servo jitter in some applications. Range: Ultra High (ca 1 µs dead band) – High (ca 2 µs) – Medium (ca 3 µs) – Low (ca 4 µs)
Soft Start: Turns on/off the soft start feature. If ON, the servo goes slowly to the initial position corresponding to the servo signal once the power is switched on.

Reverse: Reverses the servo movement direction.

Narrow Band: FUTABA SR Mode – only for use with FUTABA radio channels working in the SR mode. Do not turn the option on if you are using a different setting of your FUTABA radio or any other radio.

SANWA SSR: SANWA SSR Mode – only for use with SANWA radio channels working in the SSR mode. Do not turn the option on if you are using a different setting of your SANWA radio or any other radio.

Lost PPM Protection (Fail-Safe): In the case the control signal from the receiver is lost completely or cannot be decoded correctly (due to interference) the servo can use choose one of three fail-safe modes:
(a) Release: No fail-safe protection.
(b) Keep Position: Keeps the position corresponding to the last correct control signal.
(c) Go Neutral Position: The servo returns to the neutral (1500 µs pulse width) position.

Over Load protection: Enables or disables overload protection of the servo in three levels – once the overload conditions last for the pre-set time (in seconds), the output power of the servo is reduced to the corresponding pre-set level (% of the max. power).

Default: Restores the factory default setting of the connected servo.

Wide input voltage range 4.8-8.4 V (nominal); operating voltage range 4.8-8.4 V.

25T/5.92 mm output shaft.



Servo dimensions – Standard
Servo type – Digital
Thrust at 4.8V [kg/cm] – 10
Thrust at 6.0V [kg/cm] – 12
Thrust at 7.4V [kg/cm] – 13.5
Thrust at 8.4V [kg/cm] – 14.5
Speed at 4.8V [s/60st.] – 0.085
Speed at 6.0V [s/60st.] – 0.074
Speed at 7.4V [s/60st.] – 0.068
Speed at 8.4V [s/60st.] – 0.062
Servo gears – Metal
Ball bearings – 2×
High-voltage – Yes
Power supply [V] – 4.8 – 8.4
Length [mm] – 40.8
Width [mm] – 20.2
Height [mm] – 26.5
Weight [g] – 57.2
Cable length [mm] – 50
Intended for – On-road cars

Source: MIBO []


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