Description: Here is a powerful, low-cost, reliable servo for all your mechatronic needs. This servo is able to take in 6 volts and deliver 83.47 oz-in. of maximum torque at 0.16 sec/60°
This is a tough little servo with a standard 3 pin power and control cable, and all hardware listed below.
Based on 2 ratings:
I’ve used a couple of these. The ball bearing feels like it adds some stability and ruggedness. One motor has been in use for 400 hours of maybe 30% duty cycle at a torque that I have not measured but that is neither particularly light nor terribly heavy, with some software acceleration/deceleration to ease the job. The more generic servos died much sooner in this same job, though that was before I added the software acceleration control so it’s not a great comparison.
Powerful. I am using them imbedded in an arm where they can hold the weight in position with no sweat. Careful though - they do take current when lifting a load. My little power stick could not handle the power drain so I use 4 of them on their own breadboard fed straight from the battery.
Generic servo that has a 25T spline. You can use the hubs and gears that have a 25T spline like the 3F Standard Futaba Splines https://www.servocity.com/html/futaba_servo_splines.html#.VJNSwHsYF8F.
Here are some examples:
Make sure that you use a separate power supply that is sufficient enough to power the Generic High Torque 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.