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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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You might want to see what motors are used in powered exoskeleton suits, though there are not too many on the market.
Aside from that, check out the DARPA humanoid challenge, as those robots are legged and human sized.
2014-09-19 09:28 by CBenson
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... find a motor to use in my knew robot and It would be great if it can be controlled via microcontroller so I would love to have you help in which motors I should use i'm talkin about a 300 Nm torque with the help of a gearbox so some help would be great :)
2014-09-18 17:23 by midogawad
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... Fest 2014 - it's out there somewhere in Ohio :( Next up I am going to get the Vtail 500 back together and running. I got some new SunnySky 980Kv motors I want to try on it. I also have a CC3D board and Naze32 acro board I wanna try out, I really really like the Naze32 acro board - I have it running ...
2014-09-17 22:25 by cdraptor
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We don't carry an RS-385; only the RS-390 and 395:
http://www.robotshop.com/en/dc-motors.html
For stock / ordering, it's best to contact us via supportcenter@robotshop.com
2014-09-17 12:10 by CBenson
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Dear Coleman,

Thank you for your time and information.

This means we may have to transition our class over to RS-385s for the sake of the full data sheet. By any chance would RobotShop be able to source 80 to 100 RS-385s?

Kind regards,
Greg
2014-09-17 12:00 by Dahlen
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Unfortunately our supplier does not seem to have any additional information. RS-390: Performance [table] [td] Model [/td][td] M5-RS390-12 [/td] [td] Operating v [/td][td] : 5v - 15v [/td] [td] Nominal v [/td][td] : 12v [/td] [td] No Load RPM [/td][td] : 12180 [/td] [td] No Load A [/td][td] : 0.3A [/...
2014-09-17 09:27 by CBenson
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Hi,

We have a large robotics class which uses the RS-390 and 395 motors sold through RobotShop. The Mabuchi web site does not seem to have this model any longer (closest one is the RS-385) ... Is there a source where I can obtain the full data sheets?

Thanks!
2014-09-16 19:00 by Dahlen
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Does that sound reasonable and does anyone have any suggestions for reliable motors and motor controller they would recommend? Will the robot be going up any inclines? What would be the best way to power this? A bank of D batteries or maybe a 12V lead acid battery? ...
2014-09-15 08:24 by CBenson
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Can you provide an image or two of the setup? The blue LEDs are only aesthetic, and the others are for power and communication.
There is sample code loaded on the board, but you should really upload your own.
2014-09-15 08:17 by CBenson
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I'm building my first robot and I'm looking for some help with my design, specifically selecting power and motors since those seem like items I don't want to screw up. My microcontroller will be a Raspberry Pi (5V 1A). My robot is going to be a 25lb (worst case) line following ...
2014-09-15 07:53 by Bagels
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Hi, I just assembled my DFRobotShop Rover. When I turn it on I get 6 blue lights, 1 red pwr light, and two pairs of alternate blinking green and red lights. What do the blinking lights mean? I've made sure all my electrical connections are correct. Once I turned it on and one motor worked, but then ...
2014-09-14 17:37 by qwnpng
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... All in all I'm feeling a little better about dropping the cash, but like I said, still can't make up my mind on which to get. You mentioned the T-Motors had the data sheets or something, do they show thrust? Is there a way for me to calculate the amount of weight that 500 could carry? After motors ...
2014-09-12 18:03 by mrclean1972
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Hi,

I am looking for a 12V Dual Motor Controller that can supply at least 5A per channel for two 12V motors, and that can be used with an arduino. Do you know of any product with those specs?

Thanks
2014-09-10 17:56 by Pototo
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We have a category for motor encoders:
http://www.robotshop.com/en/encoder-disks.html
The issue is figuring out how to add them to motors; sometimes a shaft coupler helps, other times you just need to figure out some way or other...
2014-09-10 16:40 by CBenson
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Do you sell the encoders used in your encoder motors separately?. I have a project that needs a quadratic encoder and your magnetics seem to fit the bill. By installing them at the motor before the gearing I could get higher resolution and reliabity. ...
2014-09-10 14:49 by KenMer
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