×

SparkFun Electronics will be closed on July 3rd, 2015 in observance of Independence Day. Any orders placed after 2:00pm MT on July 2nd will be shipped out after the weekend. Thanks!

Creative Commons images are CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

Description: This is is the smallest servo we carry but don’t let its size fool you, the HS-35HD is a durable and strong little servo thanks to its Metal-Karbonite gear train! The HS-35HD is only able to take in 4.8 volts and deliver 11.11 oz-in. of maximum torque at 0.1sec/60°, and this guy is only about the size of a penny!

This high quality servo is perfect for your mechatronic needs and if you are looking to get into robotics, this is where to start. The HS-35HD servo comes standard with a 3-pin power and control cable and all hardware listed below.

Note: Check the neutral position before linkage connection. Be advised that this servo is designed to rotate in 360° when the power is off due to its tiny structure. Check the “Neutral Position Warning Instruction” (included with each HS-35HD) for more information.

Features:

  • Voltage: 4.8 Volts
  • Torque: 11.11 oz-in.
  • Speed: 0.1 sec/60°
  • Direction: Clockwise/ Pulse Traveling 1500-1900usec
  • Rotation: 180°
  • Bushing Bearing
  • Dual Metal Karbonite Gears
  • 3-Pole Ferrite Motor
  • A1 Micro Spline
  • Clear Enclosure

Includes:

  • 1x HS-35HD Servo
  • 3x Double Arm Micro Horn
  • 1x Long Double Arm Micro Horn
  • 1x Four Point Micro Horn
  • 2x 4x9mm Phillips Screw
  • 2x 3x5mm Phillips Screw

Dimensions:

  • 18.6 x 7.6 x 15.5mm
  • Wire Length: 160mm
  • Weight: 4.5g

Documents:

Recommended Products

Customer Comments

  • Front page - “about the size of a nickel” Product page - “only about the size of a penny” And picture is next to the quarter.

  • Would it be okay if I used 5V instead of 4.8V on this servo? I was hoping to re-use the 5V pin from a voltage regulator I already have.

  • In case you are confused by this:
    description … designed to rotate in 360° when the power is off
    features …. Rotation: 180°

    To clarify, its controlled range is 0-180° (practical limits about 10-170°), and seeks 90° at idle/power-on unless you immediately give it a signal. With no power and excess load, it can rotate continuously as there are no internal stops. This is demonstrated n the video.

  • FYI: 11.11 oz.in = 0.8kg.cm

  • Hi, When can I order the servo Hitec HS-35HD (Ultra Nano Size)? - It’s really important. Thanks…

  • How strong is the case?

  • How many milliamps do these draw at idle, service use, and stalled?

  • Dimensions are ‘all over the place’. Look at data sheet. You have big nickels. Check out Heli-Max hmxm2037 for small and digital (not analog) and 10 bucks

  • Does anyone know what kind of duty cycle you can run these at without overheating them?

    I’m thinking of disabling the encoder and using it purely as a high quality, gear-reduced drive motor in a micro rock-crawler R/C car, but I’m worried that running at 100% duty for extended periods may wear the little guy out.

    Any thoughts?

Customer Reviews

No reviews yet.

Related Tutorials

Servo Trigger Hookup Guide

March 26, 2015

How to use the SparkFun Servo Trigger to control a vast array of Servo Motors, without any programming!