Geekservo 2kg 360 Degrees Compatible w/ Lego

ELECFreaksSKU: RB-Elf-375
Manufacturer #: EF10155

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  • Geekservo 2kg 360 Degrees
  • Offers 360-degree dual output axles
  • Suitable for middle or large projects
  • Compatible with Lego
  • Working Voltage: 3.3 - 6 V
  • Operating Speed (no load): 0.14sec / 60° (4.8V)

The Geekservo 2kg 360 Degrees Compatible w/ Lego offers 360° dual output axles and is compatible with Lego. It is suitable for middle or large projects and operates on a working voltage range between 3.3 - 6 V voltage.

  • 1 x Geekservo 2kg 360 Degrees Compatible w/ Lego
  • Operating Speed (no load): 0.14sec / 60° (4.8V)
  • Working Voltage: 3.3 - 6 V
  • Nominal Voltage: 4.8 V
  • Operating Current (no load): 70 mA
  • Locked Rotor Current: 800 mA
  • Max Torque: 1.8 kg-cm

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Adam
360° non continu

Ce servo peut tourner à 360°, mais ce n'est pas un servo à rotation "continue". J'aurais dû faire plus de recherches avant d'acheter. Mais le prix est incroyable, donc ce n'est pas grave. Je l'ai branché à un ESP8266 et je l'ai fait fonctionner avec un minimum d'effort. L'astuce consiste à utiliser la fonction writeMicroseconds(), ainsi qu'à définir la largeur d'impulsion min et max (500 min, 2500 max pour ce servo) lorsque vous attachez le servo à votre GPIO. Il y a une vidéo YouTube très utile pour ce servo par un français, qui ne dit pas un mot, mais écrit tout le programme sur un tableau blanc, et montre comment le servo se comporte à chaque modification qu'il fait.

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Adam
360° not continuous

This servo can turn 360°, but it is not a "continuous" rotation servo. I should have done more research before buying. But the price is awesome, so no big deal. I hooked it up to an ESP8266 and got it working with minimal effort. The trick is to use the writeMicroseconds() function, along with setting the min and max pulse width (500 min, 2500 max for this servo) when you attach the servo to your GPIO. There is a very helpful YouTube video for this servo by a French guy, who doesn't say a word, but writes the entire program on a whiteboard, and shows how the servo behaves with each edit he makes.

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