New from Power Star is their latest digital servo, the PL-2806. It features a plastic case, stainless steel / titanium gears and core motor with speeds of 0.10sec and 0.06sec at 4.8v and 6.0v respectively as well as torque at 1.95kg/cm and 2.8kg/cm. Only 23 x 12.3 x 25.7mm it is available in four colors red, blue, light blue and orange.
Power Star introduce three new high performance digital servos for high voltage applications. The PL-2211 (0.11s/22kg-cm), the PL-1610 (0.10s/16kg-cm) and the PL-1408 (0.083s/14kg-cm) all feature middle heatsink cases with upper and lower composite cases, mixed stainless steel and titanium gears as well as brushless motors. The HV-compatible standard size offerings work from 7.4V on and are usable with up to 8.4V input for even faster transit times and increased torque. All three are available in different colour variants including red, orange, light blue and blue.
The Powerstar PL-1207 low-profile servo is now also available in a plastic case variant with different colour middle heatsink sections. Offering a torque of up to 12kg-cm and a speed of up to 0.074s at 6V input, the brushless servo with mixed stainless steel and titanium gears is good for the use in 1/10th on-road and off-road vehicles alike. It weights in at 45g and is available in four different colour variants, red, orange, blue and light blue, to match with the colour scheme of your car.
VP Pro introduce the Power Star PM-1207LV low-profile digital servo. Featuring an aluminium heatsink case, a mixed stainless steel and titanium gear set, as well as a brushless motor the servo pulls up to 12kg-cm with a speed of up to 0.074s. The standard voltage servo is usable with 4.8V to 6.0V input and weights in at 62g.
The Powerstar PM-1610 high voltage servo is designed for heavy duty applications such as 1/8th on-road and off-road. Offering a transit time of 0.09s and a torque of 18kg-cm at 8.4V input the all-alloy case servo is ideal for steering and throttle/brake duties alike. Sporting dimensions of 40x20x37.2mm it weights in at 77g and comes with stainless steel and titanium gears as well as a brushless motor.
Powerstar introduce the PM-1408 digital brushless servo. Featuring a sturdy aluminium case, tough stainless steel and titanium gears as well as a brushless motor the servo is ideal for all heavy-duty applications such as 1/8th nitro racing. The high-voltage compatible servo can be used with 7.4V (0.083s/14kg-cm) to 8.4V (0.078s/16kg-cm) input.
Powerstar soon have the PM-1207LV low-profile servo available. Coming in an all-alloy case the standard voltage servo offers a speed of up to 0.074s/60° and a torque of 12kg-cm – both at 6.0V input. The features include a digital circuitry and a brushless motor while the sturdy case design makes it ideal for on-road and off-road applications alike.
From the people who brought you VP Pro, Power Star have released their new PM-2211 digital servo. This brushless servo features an aluminium case and is fitted with stainless steel and titanium gears throughout for strength. The performance has been optimised for car racing and features speeds of 0.11sec and 0.094sec at 7.4v and 8.4v respectively and torque of 22kg/cm and 24kg/cm also at 7.4v and 8.4v respectively.