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    mturpin013
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    thanks for that Ill have a look
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    RNinMunich
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    Hi Michael,
    A few weeks ago I stumbled across a Servo Database on the web and posted it-
    https://model-boats.com/forum/61551
    Maybe that will help answer your question and help you find a suitable servo.
    About 120Β° end to end seems to be a sort of unofficial standard, with exceptions of course.
    Most TXs these days also seem to have a function for stretching the servo travel to 150%!
    At both ends, so that would give you 180Β° end to end with a 'standard' servo.
    Don't know what you are using but check the manual.
    Graham93 also recently posted a neat (and logical!) trick to extend the servo travel by adding two resistors to the feedback pot on the servo control board. Also for Monitor control I think.
    Hope this helps.πŸ‘
    Cheers, Doug 😎
    BTW: "No load operation speed: 0.12 sec / 60 deg (4.8 V); 0.13 sec / 60 deg (6.0 V)"
    Something wrong thereπŸ€” Should be faster at 6V!? 0.13Sec is slow anyway, but more than fast enough for a Monitor I guessπŸ˜‰
    https://model-boats.com/forum/61551
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    Young at heart - slightly older in other places πŸ˜‰ Cheers Doug
    mturpin013
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    Is there a standard degree of rotation for servos and is there any specification charts?
    THIS IS HOW THEY ARE LISTED -
    No load operation speed: 0.12 sec / 60 deg (4.8 V); 0.13 sec / 60 deg (6.0 V)
    Do I assume it rotates 180 degrees?
    I am currently working out the mechanism for my fire monitor rotation and am using an old servo for testing the system, It has a rotation of 95 degrees, but some of the new ones Ive looked at to use only seem to have 60 degrees
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