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  • Well,yes. But i wanted to make sure they are all the same.
    In case anyone likes to know, they are going to be used in a fairly large wall clock. I want to make the 7-segment displays out of green leds :-)
    Thank you sparkfun!

  • Yes it can. The specifications on their site state that it can handle both 110 and 220 volts.

  • It seems that (if it is the servo from the image) the specifications are not correct. Their site shows different specifications?
    Type: Towerpro SG5010
    weight: 38g
    Dimension: 40.2x20.2x43.2mm
    Stall torque: 3.1kg/cm(4.8V); 4.5kg/cm(6V);
    Operating speed: 0.17sec/60degree(4.8v); 0.4sec/60degree(6v)
    Operating voltage: 4.8-6V
    Temperature range: 0_ 55
    Dead band width: 20us
    Source: http://www.cqhope.cc/english/servo/SERVO.html

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