The Power HD 1218TH is one of the strongest standard-size servos we carry, especially when powered at 7.4 V. It has many premium features, including a coreless motor with an all-metal (titanium-covered aluminum) gear train, digital control electronics, and two ball bearings on the output shaft. Unlike typical hobby servos, the 1218TH has an operating voltage range of 6 V to 7.4 V. Servo horns and associated hardware are included.
Key specs at 7.4 V: 0.16 sec/60°, 290 oz-in (21 kg-cm), 64 g.
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The HD-1218TH is one of the strongest standard-size servos we carry. Digital electronics combined with a coreless motor, titanium-shielded aluminum gears, and two ball bearings give this servo a distinct edge over typical standard-size servos. Unlike typical hobby servos, the 1218TH has an operating voltage range of 6 V to 7.4 V. This servo works with standard RC servo pulses at frequencies up to 333 Hz. The 12″ (300 mm) lead is terminated with a standard “JR”-style connector, which is Futaba-compatible. The picture below shows an example of the hardware that might be included with this servo (hardware might vary).
The picture below shows the all-metal, titanium-shielded aluminum gear train and ball bearings that help the servo deliver such high torque.
|Titanium-shielded aluminum gears and ball bearings of the Power HD digital servo 1218TH.|
You can find more information about this servo under the specifications tab and in its datasheet (380k pdf).
Note that, as with most hobby servos, stalling or back-driving this servo can strip its gears.