Spektrum S6070 - Digital Surface Servo - Low Profile


Modulation: Digital
Torque: 4.8V: 97.20 oz-in (7.00 kg-cm)
6.0V: 125.00 oz-in (9.00 kg-cm)
Speed: 4.8V: 0.10 sec/60°
6.0V: 0.09 sec/60°
Weight: 1.57 oz (44.5 g)
Dimensions: Length:1.61 in (40.8 mm)
Width:0.80 in (20.2 mm)
Height:1.00 in (25.4 mm)
Motor Type: Coreless
Gear Type: Metal
Rotation/Support: Dual Bearings
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Connector Type: Z
Spektrum S6070
Brand: Spektrum
Product Number: SPMSS6070
Typical Price: 79.99 USD
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Reviews of Spektrum S6070 (1)

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    Application(s): Steering in 1/10 scale Tamiya F104 F1 car

    Comments: Replaced an Airtronics 94102 that was in the car when I bought it. Difference is like night and day. There was considerable lag with the Airtronics, but with the Spektrum lock-to-lock steering is nearly 1:1 with the controller. Keeps in lock-step with any steering input between the extremes perfectly.

    I'm just newly getting back into the hobby, so this is my first digital servo. There is a small amount of clicking/whatever at rest (not high-pitch whine - more like a click/tick sound). I'm led to believe this is "normal", though it could be my ESC (Novak Edge), as it's a budget ESC. I don't see any issues with brown outs, though. All of this is just FYI. I don't "feel" any of this while I am driving it. Also, there is *no* observable flutter (e.g.: putting it up on a stand doesn't have the wheels twitching/oscillating). In short, other than it being annoying, I don't see any impact.

    Since I've seen info on the Internet about all Spektrum digital servos having 25T splines, I also wanted to mention that this servo is actually a 23T spline. Because of this, I need to spend some time playing with the servo saver to get it aligned. I am cheating at the moment and just using trim (about 5 ticks on a Spektrum DX3S).

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