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Description: Nanomuscle is a shape memory alloy based rotary actuator. Rotation up to 60 degrees in either direction. 2 pin version gives you direct on/off control. Simply apply 3-6V at 350mA and the rotary will turn.
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Besides the price, what are the advantages to this over a normal motor?
I know I’m 4 years late, but Miga has a page on this: http://www.migamotors.com/index.php?main_page=faqs
People should know that this doesn’t match the part in the datasheet. It can’t be driven directly by a microcontroller because it doesn’t have the 5 pins specified in the datasheet. It has a positive and ground. It also pulses back and forth and doesn’t stay completely rotated. Depending on what you need for your project, this might not be the best solution, as I found out the hard way. Alan
Look at the “Pinouts” link for the Miga Rotary 6P/. The first picture is the pinout for this device. Or just copy and paste this link.<br />
But yes, the datasheet is incorrect. It appears to be the one for the 6P.
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