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​Mobiliarbus G.T.Power Professional Servo Tester for RC Aircra

Product description

1This is a professional servo tester which is durable, easy to operatie, fully functional, small in volume and light in weight. The Servo tester uses intelligent MCU control to make it works very stable, and it's a necessary tool for RC users.

Specification:
Weight: 66g
Dimension: 95 * 7 * 24mm
Display: LCD
Input voltage: 7.4 - 12V
LN Mode: This function is used to test the linearity and vibration of servo.
(This can also be used to test the linearity and vibration point of ESC)
ED Mode: The function is used to test the endurance of servo.
FP Mode: This function is used to test the servo’s ability to neutral itself.
(If equipped on the plane, you can find out the theoretic mid-point of servo exactly)
DB Mode: The function is used to test the dead band of servo.
(It can also be used to calculate the resolution of servo)
The test can also be used to choose the servo based on differential timing.
(This great for models like CCPM which need 3 servos for it’s rotor head)
SP Mode: This function is used to perform speed test for servo, and it allows you to choose the most competent servo based on all the parameters that is performed in the test (E.g. Reaction Time and Differential Timing)
WP Mode: The function is used to test the ageing and life of the servo.
There are some certain reparative functions for some aquiver servos.
PW Mode: This function is used to test the output pulse of connector and test whether there is any problem on the signal unstable of the quiver of servo.

Package Information:
Package size: 15 * 11 * 4.5cm / 6 * 4.4 * 1.8in
Package weight: 165g / 5.8oz
Brand gift box package

Package List:
1 * G.T.POWER Professional Servo Tester

​Mobiliarbus G.T.Power Professional Servo Tester for RC Aircra

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