Spektrum DSP75 - Sub-Micro Programmable JST Connector Servo

Spektrum DSP75
Brand: Spektrum
Product Number: SPMDSP75
Suggested Retail: 24.99 USD
Street Price: 15.99 USD
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User Reviews

Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 1.0 / 5.0

Basic Information

Modulation: Digital
Torque:

4.8V:

19.0 oz-in (1.37 kg-cm)
Speed:

4.8V:

0.11 sec/60°
Weight: 0.26 oz (7.5 g)
Dimensions:

Length:

0.90 in (22.9 mm)

Width:

0.45 in (11.4 mm)

Height:

0.94 in (23.9 mm)
Motor Type: Coreless
Gear Type: Plastic
Rotation/Support: Bushing

Additional Specifications

Rotational Range: 90°
Pulse Cycle: ? (add)
Pulse Width: ? (add)
Connector Type: Universal

User Reviews of Spektrum DSP75 (3)

  • Rating:

    1 out of 5

    Application(s):

    throttle on a 60 size airplane

    Comments:

    installed for a max of 4 hours. no flying thank goodness
    just setting up and testing the engine. It froze up solid.
    It always made noises like it wouldn't stop seeking. Had another new one. Just plugged it in the receiver to test and same noises and seeking. Didn't install the second one for fear it would freeze up too. They are going back. I consider them JUNK !

  • Rating:

    1 out of 5

    Application(s):

    20 ounce balsa model, electric motor

    Comments:

    Spectrum gave these away with their i6 Radio. They don't work. Have four of them. None work.

  • Rating:

    1 out of 5

    Application(s):

    E-flite Ultimate 3D

    Comments:

    I bought 4 of DSP75. All of them have centering issues; they are constantly searching for centers and causing control surfaces to vibrate like crazy. You have to decrease the loads for the servos or dampen the servo motions by using light rubber bands around the servo. Seriously, specktrum knows this issues. Just google Spektrum SPMDSP75 oscillation problem. I hope they still have the page online.

    I don't know if i should risk my Ultimate 3D for a test flight.

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