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  • HS-422 Servo Motor
    Great Product
    Review by Brad
    Defacto servo, 180 degree, smooth operation. This is on our permanent order list with building a robot. High quality and great price.
    (Posted on 9/9/14)
  • HS-422 Servo Motor
    Excellent product
    Review by ISTITUTO TECNICO
    Great quality/price ratio. The torque is adequate to my quadpod project
    (Posted on 9/2/14)
  • 9g Continuous Rotation Micro Servo
    Nice Servos
    Review by Hamilton
    Used these for a robotics and Arduino class with 5th through 8th graders. Didn't really have the time or financial leeway to go the motor controller route. All went well. I'm glad these exist, I'm glad I got em' and I will do it again.
    (Posted on 8/21/14)
  • 2.5kg Goteck Metal Gear Micro Servo
    Good
    Review by Luca
    Good
    (Posted on 8/8/14)
  • DFRobot Micro Servo Motor
    Good
    Review by Luca
    Good
    (Posted on 8/8/14)
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New FlowBotics Apps for Phidgets Products

Posted on August 07, 2014

By Coleman Benson & filled under Software and Apps.

FlowBotics Studio is a powerful graphical programming software which helps you easily create programs which interface with external hardware. One important feature of FlowBotics Studio is that you can also create stand-alone executable (.exe) programs which can be installed and used by others who do not own FlowBotics Studio. RobotShop, along with DSP Robotics, have [...]
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Robot Construction Kits

Posted on April 23, 2014

By Coleman Benson & filled under Robotics Projects & Kits, Where to Start.

Robot Construction Kits can be distinguished from normal robot kits since they use modular parts and allow you to assemble different robots using the same parts. A robot kit on the other hand only allows you to build one robot. Robot construction kits are a great investment because they tend to include everything you need [...]
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The 2013 Robot Christmas Gift Guide!

Posted on November 21, 2013

By Julie Gendron & filled under Domestic, Entertainment, Pet Care, Toys, Vacuum.

Christmas season is just around the corner, and it’s time to send Santa your gift list. Why not select robotic gifts to help with household chores, to play, to build or even to experiment with. Here’s our top suggestions for robotic gifts for 2013. We’ve featured 10 great ideas that will make excellent gifts for [...]
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SSC-32 Servo Sequencer Utility

Posted on October 26, 2013

By Carl Owen & filled under Lynxmotion.

Many of you already know the Lynxmotion SSC-32 servo control board; it’s become a bit of an industry standard as a reliable interface to control up to 32 servo motors from a single board connected to a PC. RobotShop have just released a powerful software interface to enable users to control the servo motors in [...]
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Dynamixel Pro – Based “Thor-OP” Humanoid Revealed

Posted on October 18, 2013

By Coleman Benson & filled under Humanoids, Industry, Military.

When we first saw Robotis release their new line of professional (and large) Dynamixel Pro servo motors, we knew it would not be long until they were used to create larger humanoids. So, not long after their release, “THOR” was revealed; Robotis’ child-sized humanoid entry into the DARPA humanoid challenge. The latest iteration of this [...]
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... out how it works. Open it up and try to get a good understanding of the motors, controller, steering etc. before adding, removing or re-wiring parts. ... accepts external input. As for the steering, most people tend to use a servo motor connected via pulley. We encourage you to include photos here, ...
2014-09-26 14:11 by CBenson
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... couple with a shaft coupler. no use to over-complicate the design. A planetary drive motor is compact and gives the proper speed range. Stepper motors (NEMA #23) are plentiful and can drive the lead screws direct. Alan I'll apologize for my dumb questions right now... Why do you say use a planetary ...
2014-09-25 18:16 by KM6VV
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Good to know you got it working.
I am not sure i understand you about the battery thing... maybe with a picture ?
2014-09-25 08:28 by DiaLFonZo
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Eric, Sorry for the delay, I've not had much time to work on this... I was mistaking the readings in the GUI as motor RPM when they were just the transmitter/receiver signals. Sorry for the confusion. I believe my main issue had to due with the fact that I had plugged the transceivers battery in con...
2014-09-25 02:56 by phollins
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... and stops Button 3 - starts revs 46 clockwise/46 counter and stops I'd like to program speed of revs. I'd like the option of controlling 2 or more motors also.
2014-09-23 23:14 by tx_pilot
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You want a leadscrew turned by a geared DC motor, or a stepper motor.
With the stepper, you can just count the revs.
With the DC geared motor, you'd use limit switches.

A small microprocessor board can control either of the motors.

Alan
2014-09-23 22:01 by KM6VV
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... be ok. It's hard to get batteries cheaper than from China ... So what's flexible? I know it's got to be 3s (4s would probably be too heavy) The T-Motors for the 500 say they have a burst of 22 amps I think, could I do a 25c? or a 40c? Not knowing batteries means not sure what can be bad.... 3800mah, ...
2014-09-22 19:06 by mrclean1972
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... The big note here is that if it's for an art installation, you should not let the motor overheat, which will cause it to die prematurely. Brushed motors have a duty cycle of around 25%, meaning that they need to be off (cooling off) around 75% of the time. Continuous use for 8 hours straight is ...
2014-09-22 15:57 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 ... If you're looking for servos with feedback, we would recommend the smart servo motors: * http://www.robotshop.com/en/smart-servo-motors.html These motors communicate ...
2014-09-22 14:07 by jarcand
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I'm duplicating what you just said.... basically when I buy my bundle, it comes with the T-Motors and ESCs, i'm just trying to get an idea how many i'll need to replace.
2014-09-22 10:27 by mrclean1972
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Hi phollins, Welcome to the RobotShop / Lynxmotion forum. First, how did you made those reading in the GUI while spinning the motors ? This seems very dangerous. It is normal that MultiWii is not outputting the same signal to all the motor as it try to stabilize all the time and also ...
2014-09-22 09:45 by DiaLFonZo
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The bigger question is not what motors you select, but what happens when the jumper stops the motor from spinning. If the jumper lands before the rope, or even steps on the rope, the motor would continue to try its best to turn, and if a ...
2014-09-22 09:30 by CBenson
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Hi,
Thanks for your reply. I thought that the servo motors would have a potentiometer or a small encoder to determine its position which would provide the feedback that i may need for an controller to read.
2014-09-22 07:17 by johniem19
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... From what I understand, I'll be needing 2-4 continuous rotation motors and an extended arm so that the rope doesn't just spin. I was wondering what the best servo would be for this project? And what I would need in terms of components so that I ...
2014-09-21 22:31 by aalyaqoub
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Hi! I purchased a Vtail 500 kit with the T2216-11 motors / T18A ESCs and have assembled the drone but cannot get it to fly. I've read all I can (that I can find anyway) and have a problem I hope you can help with. With a freshly charged 11.1V 3 cell ...
2014-09-21 19:21 by phollins
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