Underpowered Servo Jitter Problem Tagged with: Flying, Jitter, Problem, Safety, Servo, Tips, Video Monday, June 11th, 2012 07:56 am GMT -6 Monday, June 11th, 2012 07:56 am GMT -6Monday, June 11th, 2012 07:56 am GMT -6 Strange jitter in your servo? It is probably underpowered. Share this: Recommend on Facebook Share on Google+ Tweet about it Tell a friend Related posts: LiPo Battery Care Tips Puffed RC Battery Pack? How To Flight Test A New RC Model Airplane Using a Spotter when Flying RC Airplanes Best and Worst Places To Be When Flying RC Flight Simulator Tips Easy RC Battery Monitoring Landing in Gusty Winds Model Airplane Balance Checking Do a Range Check Before First Flight of the Session Tip: Understanding Battery Internal Resistance Using Flight and Battery Logs Logging In... Profile cancel Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Facebook or Name EmailNot published Website Comment Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. Sure! Also send me the free email newsletter. 5 Replies 2 Comments 1 Tweet 2 Facebook 0 Pingbacks Last reply was 11 months ago @kf0s View 11 months ago @creyes123 Will watch your video but I’ve noticed jitters on servos when using 6V battery packs that go away on 4.8 or 5.x V on a BEC. Carlosreplied: View 11 months ago Yeah, I have heard of that happening, too. Steve Cline View 11 months ago not always, sometime the dumb things can’t find center. so they jitter Carlosreplied: View 11 months ago In a sense, I believe that is what is happening in the video. The inertia of the control surface is causing the servo to continuously overshoot the set point. Carlos Reyes View 11 months ago That’s pretty much what is happening in the video. Because of the inertia of the control surface, the servo keeps overshooting the center.