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    Analog 180 Degree Micro Servo

    Analog 180° Micro Servo module is a high quality micro servo with the standard TinkerKit 3 pin connector to be plugged in the sensor shield.

    MFR Part #: T010050
    $5.99
    Availability: 2 in stock

    Specifications for Analog 180 Degree Micro Servo

    • PWM
    • Torque: 5V (1.00 kg-cm)
    • Speed: 5V 0.12sec/60°
    • Weight: 9g
    • Dimensions: L 22.2mm / W 11.6mm / H 21.5mm
    • Rotation Angle: 180
    • Connector Type: TinkerKit

    Features of Analog 180 Degree Micro Servo

    • A great choice to add Robotics & Mechatronics to your project
    • Servos are composed of an electric motor mechanically linked to a potentiometer
    • The electronics inside the servo translate the width of the pulse into a position
    • The servo is commanded to rotate, the motor is powered until the potentiometer reaches the value corresponding to the commanded position
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    Specifications for Analog 180 Degree Micro Servo

    • PWM
    • Torque: 5V (1.00 kg-cm)
    • Speed: 5V 0.12sec/60°
    • Weight: 9g
    • Dimensions: L 22.2mm / W 11.6mm / H 21.5mm
    • Rotation Angle: 180
    • Connector Type: TinkerKit

    Features of Analog 180 Degree Micro Servo

    • A great choice to add Robotics & Mechatronics to your project
    • Servos are composed of an electric motor mechanically linked to a potentiometer
    • The electronics inside the servo translate the width of the pulse into a position
    • The servo is commanded to rotate, the motor is powered until the potentiometer reaches the value corresponding to the commanded position
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