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Servo Extension enables 180 degree rotation.

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September 17, 2012 - Plugging in between controlling source and servo, Servo Stretcher modifies signal to servo, enabling it to rotate up to 90º in either direction off center position. Total amount of rotation is dependent on type of radio control or servo controller. Users can limit each endpoint separately from center position, and adjust center position separately from endpoints. Measuring 2.4 x 0.86 x 0.47 in., Servo Stretcher has heavy-duty twisted wire and gold-plated connectors.

ServoCity.com

3850 East 12th Avenue, Winfield, KS, 67156, USA

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180 Degree Servo Stretcher from ServoCity.com

Press release date: September 11, 2012

Now you can achieve 180° of rotation from just about any analog servo. The Servo Stretcher modifies the signal to the servo enabling it to rotate up to 90° either direction off of the center (neutral) position. It simply plugs in between your controlling source and the servo just like a servo extension.  The total amount of rotation is dependent on the type of radio control or servo controller. Results may be slightly less than 180° or slightly more.  One of the neat features about the Servo Stretcher is you can limit each endpoint separately from the center position. If you only need the right to move 22 degrees and the left 88 degrees from center - no problem, just dial in the amount you need per side. You can even adjust the center (neutral) position separately from the endpoints. The leads are constructed with heavy duty twisted wire and gold-plated connectors for super low resistance. The connectors are universal and can be used with any brand of receiver or controller. This product is not for use with servos that offer more than 90° rotation from the factory or any brand of digital servos.  Dimensions: 2.4” x 0.86” x 0.47” Weight: 0.5oz
 
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