Servo - Hitec HS-35HD (Ultra Nano Size)

This is one of the smallest servos 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.

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

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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?

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