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Includes 2 miniature servos
Features mounting holes to suit almost any range sensor
Hold the tilt servo and all the nuts, bolts etc

Dagu Mini Pan and Tilt Kit

Product Code : RB-Dag-29

Includes 2 miniature servos
Features mounting holes to suit almost any range sensor
Hold the tilt servo and all the nuts, bolts etc

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Includes 2 miniature servos
Features mounting holes to suit almost any range sensor
Hold the tilt servo and all the nuts, bolts etc

This is the Dagu Mini Pan and Tilt Kit. The kit includes original brackets, two miniature servos, a new bracket to hold the tilt servo and all the nuts, bolts etc. This pan/tilt kit was designed by the members of "letsmakerobots.com", and has mounting holes to suit almost any range sensor.

Hardware may vary slightly compared to instructions.

Dagu MIni Pan and Tilt Kit- Click to Enlarge

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RS002B


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Customer Reviews

Good but screws are easily broken- don't over tighten

Review by Stephen
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Good but screws are easily broken- don't over tighten,

I am using this with FPV camera on a model tug boat.
Very handy for pan & tilt video.

(Posted on 7/7/14)

bueno

Review by Rolant
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bueno

(Posted on 5/4/14)

Works for very light items

Review by George
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I purchased this to hold an ultrasonic sensor to do sonar mapping of a space. Assembly is fairly straight forward, however, my first attempt resulted in the servos not being centered when set to 90 degrees. I ended up disassembling and running the servos without anything on them to mark the 90 degree mark, then reassembled everything using those marks to get everything lined up. The tilt axis is still off a little bit, but it works fine for my purposes. The other bit is that you have to be careful not to over tighten the tilt axis. If you do, the motion will either be jerky or will stop when it binds. In that case, just back off the nylon lock nut and the servo screw to loosen it a bit at a time until it moves smoothly.

(Posted on 4/8/14)

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