Corgi Aviation's trim servos are designed to control trim surfaces and other systems in homebuilt and other light aircraft applications. They are commonly installed alongside modern autopilot systems to provide auto-trim functionality, which reduces the need for pilots to trim the aircraft manually when under autopilot control.|
Corgi Aviation makes two styles of Trim Servos. Clevis and threaded shaft models are both available in different lengths.
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|Dimensions (L x W x H)||2.750in. x 2.750in. x 1.061in. (69.9mm x 69.9mm x 27.0mm)|
|Operating Temperature||-22F to 140F (-30C to 60C)|
|Storage Temperature||-40F to 158F (-40C to 70C)|
|Operating Voltage||6-15V DC|
|Housing Material||Glass-Filled Nylon|
|Shaft End Type||Clevis||Threaded #10-32|
|Shaft Travel||0.7in (17.8mm)||1.0in (25.4mm)||1.1in. (27.9mm)||1.2in. (30.5mm)||0.7in (17.8mm)||1.1in. (27.9mm)|
|Travel Time (@13.5V DC)||11 Sec||14 Sec||17 Sec||18 Sec||11 Sec||17 Sec|
|Max Operating Thrust||50lb|
|Max Static Load||500lb|
|No Load Current (@12V DC)||95mA|
|Max Stall Current (@12V DC)||1.4A|
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These trim servos are intended for installation in experimental aircraft only.
Yes. They do stop at the end of the travel automatically, no external limit switches needed.