Description: Here is a simple, low-cost, high quality servo for all your mechatronic needs. This servo is able to take in 6 volts and deliver 44.4 oz-in. of maximum torque at 0.18 sec/60°
This is a small servo with a standard 3 pin power and control cable (red = power, brown = ground, and yellow = data), and all hardware listed below.
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The wire designation is not shown on the datasheet. Also, there should be a basic servo tutorial on the site.
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The servo are technically as expected and come with more horns than expected. Quite fast delivery to Switzerland. Thanks !
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I have bought several of these, and have not had any trouble with any of them.
I’ve tried a lot of $10-ish micro servos, and most have been awful. Shaking, stripped gears, even on the metal gear ones. These are a breath of fresh air. They’re slow and strong like a standard servo, but micro. Very impressed. The only potential gotcha: The spline (and by extension, the horns) are bigger than usual for micro servos.
Coupled two servos to a Pro-mini board for operating the open/closing of two pairs of gates.
I also bought the servo trigger, after adding the tiny84 micro to another board I cannot flash the code with the correct FSM’s
Make sure that you use a separate power supply that is sufficient enough to power the Generic Metal Gear (Micro Size) Servo. 5V from a computer’s USB port and Arduino microcontroller will not be sufficient enough to power the system. The servo can pull enough power to brown out your Arduino or not move the servo.