Stingray-9 Servo Gearbox (1.53 sec/60°, 6.7 RPM, 3150 oz-in Torque, 200° Rotation)

The gearbox is supplied as in the photograph (servo included)

193,60 (158,69 + IVA)

SKU: 3215-0001-0009 Category:


Weight 220g
Gear Ratio 9:1
Voltage Range 4.8V - 8.4V
No-Load Speed (4.8V) 2.25 sec/60° (4.4 RPM)
No-Load Speed (6.0V) 1.80 sec/60° (5.5 RPM)
No-Load Speed (7.4V) 1.53 sec/60° (6.6 RPM)
Stall Torque (4.8V) 2160 oz-in (154.8
Stall Torque (6.0V) 2700 oz-in (194.4
Stall Torque (7.4V) 3150 oz-in (226.8
No-Load Current (4.8V) 150mA
No-Load Current (6V) 160mA
No-Load Current (7.4V) 200mA
Stall Current (4.8V) 2000mA
Stall Current (6V) 2500mA
Stall Current (7.4V) 3000mA
Motor Type Brushed DC
Direction with Increasing PWM Signal Counter Clockwise
Max PWM Range 500-2500μsec
Max PWM Range (Continuous) 900-2100µsec
Travel per μsec 0.10°/µsec
Max Rotation 200° (0.55 Turns)
Pulse Amplitude 3-5V
Deadband Width 4μsec
Wire Length 300mm (11.81")
Wire Gauge 22AWG
Connector Type 3-Pos TJC8 Servo Connector [MH-FC]
Intellectual Property Patented


This Stingray-9 Servo Gearbox is driven by the goBILDA® 5-Turn Torque Servo. This gearbox introduces a 9:1 external gear ratio in order to lessen the range while increasing the torque and precision nine-fold. If this ratio doesn't suit your needs, be sure to check out the other Servo Gearbox options.

Having the servo mounted in the gearbox isolates the load to a steel hub-shaft that is supported in a pair of ball bearings to protect the servo from any axial loads. The gearbox opens up a world of mounting possibilities given the M4 threaded holes on each side which are on the grid pattern for compatibility throughout the goBILDA® system. The hub on the top of the gearbox provides threaded holes to fasten to, but you can also opt to fasten straight to the aluminum output gear using M4 hardware and standoffs or spacers. The 8mm REX bore of the hub-shaft can drive an 8mm REX shaft or act as a wire pass-thru.

If you’re not accustomed to using a servo gearbox, it’s just like a normal servo only larger. While the range and torque might be greater than the servos you’re used to, the control signal is identical. It will simply plug into an R/C receiver, an Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or REV controller. Furthermore, since the servo hasn’t been modified in any way, it is FTC legal!

This Servo Gearbox is available in both feedback mode, and continuous mode. In feedback mode, your signal controls the position. In continuous mode, your signal controls the speed and direction. Regardless of which you purchase, it can always be toggled to the other mode with a 3102-0001-0001 servo programmer. That is because the goBILDA® 5-Turn Torque Servo used to power the gearbox is a dual-mode servo.


The answer to this question is partially dependent on what you are using to control the servo that drives the gearbox. Click for a quick video explanation. As you can see below, a Servo Travel Tuner allows you to achieve maximum rotation, but it is just as useful to dial down the rotation to suit your needs.

With an Average Radio System:
0.25 Turns (90°)
Your average transmitter and receiver will output a relatively narrow PWM signal range.

Radio System + Travel Tuner:
0.55 Turns (200°)
Adding a Servo Travel Tuner to your radio system setup will allow you to achieve wide PWM signal ranges.

Wide Signal Controllers:
0.55 Turns (200°)
Controllers such as Arduinos, and Raspberry Pi servo hats can usually send a wide signal.

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