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Dynon Autopilot Servos

From $775.00 to $775.00
Description Part No. Price Buy
SV32 (Standard output arm), Retail Includes SV32:100754-000, Limiting Bracket Kit:101025-000)
10-03561
$775.00
Quantity
SV32C (Capstan) Includes SV32C: 100754-002, Capstan Accessory Kit: 101116-000
10-03950
$775.00
Quantity
SV32L (Long Output Arm), Retail (Includes SV32L:100754-001, Limiting Bracket Kit: 101025-000)
10-03562
$775.00
Quantity
SV42C (Capstan) (Includes SV42C: 101008-002, Capstan Accessory Kit: 101116-000)
10-03951
$775.00
Quantity
SV42 (Standard output arm), Retail (Includes SV42: 101008-000, Limiting Bracket Kit: 101025-000)
10-03563
$775.00
Quantity
SV42L (Long Output Arm) Retail (Includes SV42L: 101008-001, Limiting Bracket Kit:101025-000)
10-03564
$775.00
Quantity
SV52 (Standard Output Arm) Retail (Includes SV52: 101021-000, Limiting Bracket Kit:101025-000)
10-04492
$775.00
Quantity
SV52C (Capstan) Retail (Includes SV52C: 101021-002, Capstan Accessory Kit, 101116-000)
10-04493
$775.00
Quantity
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Overview

Multiple servos models are available to suit different aircraft control force requirements. The SV32 is rated at 36 in-lb of torque and the SV42 at 55 in-lb. Servos are also available with with capstan drives for use in aircraft with cable-driven controls.

Reviews

One of the best purchases that I have ever made... great product and very easy to install

Luis R Verified Purchase

DYNON AUTOPILOT SERVO SV32 STANDARD ARM

September 3, 2021

Satisfied with the overall quality and performance. The installation instructions are clear and concise. Dynon stands behind their products with legendary support. I saved a few dollars by buying from Aircraft Spruce as opposed to buying direct from Dynon. As with other types of servos, the cables should be taught after installation. If you can pluck each servo cable and hear a vibration similar to a stringed instrument, then it is good. To aid in installing I suggest using a 1/16 cable termination on the servo cables where the bridals attach to the control cables. Tighten the bridal while holding tension on the servo cable to keep the servo cable tight. The bridal will slide on the control cable but the pressed end fitting will keep the servo cable in place. It works in tight spots where assistance is unavailable. Dynon says that their bridal clamps have been changed to aluminum but the nylon clamps are still being supplied with the servos. They found that the aluminum clamps minimized cable slippage. The AN3 bolts on the nylon clamps must be torqued to 35 in lb, which is higher than standard. I used the nylon clamps and so far no problem with slippage.

James P
July 20, 2020

Q&A

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Q: Will this servo integrate with the MGL Odessey EFIS autopilot?

For MGL autopilots, please use 11-10423.