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  • Lynxmotion Large Aluminum Multi-Purpose Servo Bracket Two Pack ASB-201 (Blk)
    Great product easy for installation
    Review by Hung
    This is a great product for building robot arms.
    Thank you very much.
    (Posted on 10/1/14)
  • Lynxmotion Large Aluminum Multi-Purpose Servo Bracket Two Pack ASB-201 (Blk)
    Great time saver
    Review by Kurt
    no more trips to depot, cutting out blocks of wood, etc. these inexpensive brackets or perfect. I purchased three different styles to evaul, and will now purchase more.
    (Posted on 9/24/14)
  • Lynxmotion Injection Molded Servo Hinge Two Pack - Micro PSH-02
    Very usefull
    Review by cc
    Very useful for small applications, easy to use and functional and a good substitute for a bracket, but a little bit expensive
    (Posted on 9/10/14)
  • Lynxmotion Aluminum
    Nice part
    Review by Diego
    Well manufactured parts. Not heavy but sturdy.
    (Posted on 9/8/14)
  • Lynxmotion Load Balancing Spring - 1.5
    Its a spring
    Review by Paul
    Cant figure out how to use this, because there are no images or instructions. I just know that I want to stop the servo from dropping when power is off, and to stop buzzing and wasting amps when its holding load. This site needs a makeover.

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    The product is really just a spring and is used on the Lynxmotion AL5 series robot arms. You can see how it is used here:
    http://www.lynxmotion.com/images/assembly/al5a/al5a19.jpg

    - The RobotShop Team
    (Posted on 8/14/14)
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Lynxmotion Servo Erector Set V1.1 & FlowBotics Studio V2 Released

Posted on May 24, 2013

By RB1 & filled under Lynxmotion, RobotShop.

  The long-awaited Lynxmotion Servo Erector Set V1.1 is now available for immediate purchase! SES stands for “Servo Erector Set”, a versatile set of servo brackets and mechanical parts used as modular building blocks for hobby servo motors. The Servo Erector Set mechanics are made up of durable black aluminum brackets and sturdy black Lexan. You [...]
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Posted on September 12, 2012

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Posted on March 28, 2012

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... experimentation. Here are the results. First, I'm using the lynxmotion brackets, i just putted some tape on it to measure angles. I'm powering the ... https://www.dropbox.com/s/u2f1riixfjldzj8/DSC07326.JPG?dl=0 ). Shoulder servo from arm behaved similarly with both power sources. Then, I removed ...
2014-10-05 15:04 by jcbrenes
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Are you looking for brackets? At this time we are not aware of any third party accessories for this servo.
http://www.robotshop.com/en/hitec-hs-79 ... servo.html
2014-10-02 10:50 by CBenson
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It looks like quite a custom setup - you're sending the signals from the Arduino via a breadboard; can't quite tell how power is split.
Are you using standard AL5 arm mechanics, or are some of the brackets custom?
The first thought is that the servos are not getting enough power to keep them in place.
2014-09-24 09:02 by CBenson
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As a general rule, the servos all have potentiometers in them, but some models might be different. All the servos ... serial protocol, and unfortunately they are not currently compatible with the AL5A brackets. Hope this helps,
2014-09-22 14:07 by jarcand
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Hi,

That version of the AL5A arm doesn't have any electronics, so it only includes the brackets and the servos. The servos are standard 6V R/C servos driven with PWM signals and do not provide any feedback.

Hope this helps,
2014-09-18 15:53 by jarcand
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... suggested before which have a bracket system available. http://www.robotshop.com/en/robotis-en.html?cat=42 If you take this route, ensure the brackets you select are for the right motor as not all are compatible with each other.
2014-09-03 10:04 by CBenson
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La bracket de l’épaule est concu spécifiquement pour un servo 805BB, et il n'y a q'un seul alternative qui fournit la même couple. Votre seul option serait de changer les brackets et le servo pour quelque chose qui peut fournir ~600oz-in http://www.robotshop.com/en/hitec-hs-7980th-mega-torque-hv-coreless-titanium-gear-servo.html ...
2014-08-27 09:52 by CBenson
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Hi dlhen1,

You're right, this RB-Lyn-686 is for Micro servo.
For the standard size Pan & Tilt system, look for the product RB-Lyn-77 "
Lynxmotion Pan and Tilt Kit / Aluminium (No Servos)"

All the best,
2014-08-10 09:22 by DiaLFonZo
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I recently purchased a

Micro Pan and Tilt Kit (Black, No Servos)
Product Code: RB-Lyn-686

And discovered that they are to small to work with the HS 422 servo. I need to find the correct part number for the brackets to fit the 422 servo's. Can you help me out with that part number?

Thanks
2014-08-09 21:46 by dlhen1
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The torque of these servos is higher, 18kg-cm and the 1/5th of this torque is 3.6kg. So, it gives my robot ... the hip assembly (the hip shouldn't twist), using dyamixel Ax-18A servos and the brackets used for these servos. Base your design on existing humanoids: http://www.robotshop.com/en/robotis-bioloid-premium-robot-kit.html ...
2014-08-04 12:03 by CBenson
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... lift one of it's legs to walk (instead of shuffling), along with the hip assembly (the hip shouldn't twist), using dyamixel Ax-18A servos and the brackets used for these servos. Any help will be really really appreciated. Thanking in anticipation.
2014-08-04 11:13 by Aims Bot
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The bracket system itself is all based on the Lynxmotion SES system, so you can likely make a slightly modified version of the scout if you want to re-use some of the BRAT's brackets and servos.
2014-07-08 08:32 by CBenson
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The Lynxmotion servo brackets are meant to be attached to Hitec standard sized servos (422, 645MG). Unfortunately they won't work with GWS servos.
2014-06-26 09:04 by CBenson
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I am new to building and have purchased the servo brackets. How can these be used to mount my standard servo motors (GWS S35/STD)? I have looked for images about how to attach the servos but did not find much information. Thanks!
2014-06-26 01:23 by Rkirkwood
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You are correct and we do apologize. The correct brackets are ASB-201. Please contact us via the RobotShop Support Center (technical dept) and indicate the invoice number associated with the brackets, and provide a link to this thread.
2014-06-16 08:03 by CBenson
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