This tiny servo has 180° of travel and weighs 14g, making it ideal for applications where size and weight matter.
This miniature, light (13 grams) RC servo is ideal for projects where size and weight are important. It has metal gears and generates 1.3kg-cm of torque at 4.8V.
|RC servos are hobbyist remote control servos typically used in radio-controlled models, where they provide actuation for various mechanical systems such as the steering of a car, the flaps on a plane, or the rudder of a boat. These servos are not industrial grade and are not recommended for continuous heavy use.|
|Motor Type||Limited Rotation Servo|
|Range of Rotation||180°|
|Maximum Speed at Rated Voltage||600°/s|
|Rated Torque||1.3 kg·cm|
|Gear Train Material||4 Metal, 1 Plastic|
|Bearing Type||Single Ball Bearing|
|Motor Length||22.2 mm|
|Motor Width||22.9 mm|
|Motor Depth||12.3 mm|
|Wire Length||180 mm|
|Rated Voltage||5 V DC|
|Rated Current (on 1061 controller)||110 mA|
|Rated Current (on 1066 controller)||130 mA|
|Stall Current (on 1061 controller)||780 mA|
|Stall Current (on 1066 controller)||415 mA|
This Servo can be used with the following Phidget motor controllers:
The 1061 will produce a little more torque than the 1066.
When connecting the servo motor to the motor controller, make sure that the cable wires line up with the proper colors as marked on the conroller board.