The Ultimate in Servo Mounts

 

Dingo Servo Micro 10

 

Dingo Servo Mounts is proud to introduce the newest servo mount.

 

The new Micro 10 incorporates many features that have been developed

over the past few years are now brought together in a stunning new compact mount.

Features like: Tapped holes for motor mounting, Improved switch operation

                       Reduced height under the baseboard and simplified

                       actuator adjustment.

                       The ability to operate up to 4 microswitches.

                       (2 switches supplied in kit)

                       Perfectly linear motion for point operation.

                       Will fit most 9g servos like HobbyKing Hk15178 or

                       TowerPro SG90 / MG90

 

The Micro 10 is a direct replacement for our very popular Micro8

and uses the same drill jig for setting out.

 

Please Note : Servo motor and control circuitry not included. In the kit.

 

The Dingo Servo Micro 10

 

To contact us:

 

David Ingoldby

Phone: +44(0) 7754901324

E-mail: dingoservo@gmail.com

www.dingoservo.co.uk

 

The Micro 10 is our new flagship Servo Mount for the operation of points on model railways.

 

It can throw up to 10mm and as such can be used on most model gauges from O to Z

 

It is a direct replacement for the Micro8.

 

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As the Micro 10 is a direct replacement for the Micro8, the Micro 8 drill jig can be used to  help align fixing holes on this particular mount.

Full instructions for use on the Downloads Page.

The New Micro 10 will also be available in Multipacks.

Trouble shooting.

 

There have been a few users which have had an issue regarding the lower Actuator pin tightening screw fouling on the motor horn.

It would appear that there are some variations in the sizes of the servo motors and very occasionally this creates the problem.

There are 3 simple fixes.

1. File the offending screw down slightly.

2. Fit a small M2 washer under the screw head.

3. Fit a thin paper washer between the servo motor and the main frame.

Either of these will allow the horn to move freely.

 (Thanks to Don Ramsey for the pic)

 

A second issue found is that if you are using a large movement on the mount you may need to trim a bit off the horn to prevent it from fouling the wings on the frame.