Super narrow pulse drive system substantially improves servo response Microcomputer high-speed arithmetic processing substantially improves gyro response High-resolution 12-bit A/D (Analog to Digital) accurately converts sensor output to a digital signal SMM (Silicone Micro Machining) micro-machining mechanical parts and systems right on a silicone chip and also low-back aeroform case improves vibration resistance and neutral characteristic AVCS (Angular Vector Control System) (same as heading hold) system requires a high-precision angular velocity detection function and extremely small output drift by using a new type of gyro sensor. This minimizes rudder neutral position drift during flight and eliminates the need to trim the rudder during flight. Futaba S9256 digital servo is fully compatible with super narrow pulse drive and features high response (0.06 sec/60°) and Alumite case with heat sink to cool the motor
Futaba GY611 sensor, control amp, S9256 servo, mini screwdriver, 3 sections double sided tape and instruction sheet
4.8 volt Rx battery ONLY (higher voltage could damage the servo) Assembly and adjustment onto the helicopter.
GY611 Ratings; Yaw-axis stabilizer for helicopter (rate gyro) Display Device: 8-character dot matrix liquid crystal display Operating Voltage Range: DC 3.8V to 6.0V Current Drain: 70mA (@5.0V, including sensor) Dimensions: Amp 2.2"x 1.2"x 0.59" (57 x 32 x 15mm) Sensor 1.2"x 1.2"x 0.71" (30mm x 30mm x 18mm) Weight: Amp 1.19oz (34g) Sensor 1.05oz (30g)