Futaba

FP-S136G For J, M, SG and CONQUEST Series

FP-S36G for E, F, G, H and L Series

 

High quality low height landing gear servo

 

The FP‑S136G and FP‑S36G are double ball‑bearing landing gear servos designed
and manufactured for use with Futaba radio control sets. The FP‑S136G is for the
Futaba J, M, SG and CONQUEST Series and the FP‑S36G is for the E, F, G, H, and L Series

 

[FEATURES]

*   A new low height (1.00 in/25.4mm) landing gear servo to be installed in main wing.

*   Low height water‑tight and dust‑tight servos using a high quality five‑pole micromotor.
Output torque: 76.4oz‑in (5.5kg‑cm) Nominal Operating speed 0.50 sec/60°

*   Forward and reverse rotation controlled by pulse width by turning a transmitter snap switch on and off.
Rotation stops at the full throw position in either direction.

*   Low current drain. Motor drive current does not flow when stopped even if a light load is applied such as other digital proportional servos.

*   Fiberglass reinforced PBT (polybutylene terephthalate) injection molded servo case is mechanically strong and invulnerable to glow fuel.

*   Strong polyacetal resin precision servo gear and metal gear ensure smooth operation with virtually no backlash.

*   Fiberglass reinforced epoxy P‑C board with through‑the‑hole plating improves servo amp vibration and shock resistance.

*   Thick film gold plated connector pins eliminate faulty contact and increase reliability against shock and vibration.
The S136G connector housing has a reverse insertion prevention mechanism.

*   3 P mini connector permits replacement with existing Futaba set. (S36G)

*   Four adjustable (splined) servo horns.

[RATINGS]

 

  Control aystem ............................. +pulse width control

  Operating angle ............................ One side approx 160*

  Power supply ............................... 4.0‑6.OV, shared with receiver

  Current drain ................................ 6.OV 8mA (at idle)

  Output torque ............................... 76.4oz‑in (5.5 kg*cm)

  Operating speed ........................... 0.50 sec/60° (nominal)

 

  Dimensions .................................. 1.78 X 0.89 X 1.00 in         (45.2   X  22.7   X  25.4mm)

  Weight ......................................... 1.47 oz (42g)

 

[PRECAUTIONS]

 

[ ]     Use the S136G with Futaba J, M, SG and CONQUEST Series RC sets and the S360 with E, F, G, H, and L Series sets. These servos can not be used with other brand RC sets.

[ ]     Match the landing gear stroke and landing gear servo stroke exactly and connect the linkage so the landing gear is not raised or lowered past the limits of the

[ ]     When using screws, install the servo with grommets and tighten the screws so the grommets is slightly crushed. If the screws are too tight, the cushioning effect of the grommets will be lost.

[ ]     A spare horn is supplied. Use as needed.  (Ratings and other specifications are subject to change without notice.)

 


 

No.

Part name

Part No.

1.

Upper case

FCS-36G

2.

Middle case

FCS-36G

3.

Bottom case

FCS-36G

4.

Ball bearing

S04130

5.

TR-133-150

I39620

6.

Binding head tapping screw

J55016

7.

VR drive plate

S02753

8.

Motor

S91248

9.

Motor pinion

S02497

10.

1st gear

FGS-36G

11.

2nd gear

FGS-36G

12.

3rd gear X 2

FGS-36G

13.

5th gear

FGS-36G

14.

Final gear

FGS-36G

15.

1st shaft

S03260

16.

Pin B

S01345

17.

Intermediate shaft

S02495

18.

Seal ring

S90415

19.

Spacer washer 0.3T

S02486

20.

O-ring

S90420

21.

Servo horn D

FSH-6W

22.

Horn mounting screw

FSH-4I

23.

S136G Printed wiring board

AS1324

S  36G Printed wiring board

AS1325

24.

S136G 3PB-WRB-300

FPC-8M

S 36G 3PC with cord

FPC-3M

25.

Lead wire packing

S90045

26.

O-ring

S90410

27.

Case mounting screw

J50051

28.

S136G Name Plate

S60158

S  36G Name Plate

S60157

 

SPLINED HORN

This horn permits shifting of the servo neutral position at the servo horn side. Setting and shifting the neutral position.
a) Angle division

 

1) The number of segments per spline is 25.  The amount of change per segment is 360/25 = 14.4°.

 

2) The minimum adjustable angle is determined by the number of arms or number of axes of the holes.

For four arms, 360° / (25 x 4) = 3.6°

 

b) Effect

1. Baseline A

 

To shift the holes center line to the right (clockwise) relative to baseline A. shift arm 2 to the arm 1 position arm set it to the position closest to the basline A.

[Example] For a four arm horn the angular shift per segment is 14.4°.  The shift to the right is 90° - (14.4° x 6) = 3.6°.  To shift by the same angle in the opposite direction, use the opposite arm number.

 

For a six arm horn, to shift the holes center line to the right (clockwise) relative to base­ line A, turn the arm counterclockwise and set arm 2 to the position of arm 1. The adjustable angle is 60° - (14.4° x 4) = 2.4°

Arm 3 shifts 4.8° to the right and arm 6 shifts 2.4° to the left and arm 4 shifts 7.2° to the right and left.

 

FUTABA CORPORATION OF AMERICA

 

4 Studebaker, Irvine California 92718, U.S.A.

Phone: 714‑455‑9888  Telex: 23‑0691227  Facsimile: 714‑455‑9899

 

FUTABA CORPORATION

Makuhari Techno Garden Bldg., B6F 1‑3 Nakase, Mihama‑ku, Chiba 261‑01, Japan

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