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9g micro servo (1.6 Kg)

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This is the most mini servo. Only weights 9 gram and gives you a 1.6kg.cm torque. Pretty strong regarding its size.  Suitable for Beam type robot.

Specification

  • No load speed: 0.12 seconds / 60 degrees (4.8V)
  • Stall Torque: 1.6 kg / cm (4.8V)
  • Operating temperature: -30 ~  +60 degrees Celsius
  • Dead Set: 7 microseconds
  • Operating voltage: 4.8V-6V
  • Working rurrent: less than 500mA
  • Cable length: 180mm
  • Size: 22mmx12.5mmx29.5mm
  • Weight: 9 grams
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Description

This is the most mini servo. Only weights 9 gram and gives you a 1.6kg.cm torque. Pretty strong regarding its size.  Suitable for Beam type robot.

Specification

  • No load speed: 0.12 seconds / 60 degrees (4.8V)
  • Stall Torque: 1.6 kg / cm (4.8V)
  • Operating temperature: -30 ~  +60 degrees Celsius
  • Dead Set: 7 microseconds
  • Operating voltage: 4.8V-6V
  • Working rurrent: less than 500mA
  • Cable length: 180mm
  • Size: 22mmx12.5mmx29.5mm
  • Weight: 9 grams

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This tutorial allows the user to move a servo sending text messages with the mobile phone. Depending on the number received by the module, the servo is placed in one position or another corresponding to the indicated degrees.

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