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Mini 360 Degree Continuous Rotation Servo - Clearance

This mini 360 Degree servo with accessories is great value and is ideal for micro-controller systems like the BBC micro:bit. Clearance line.

Availability: Out Of Stock.

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2568£2.95
(£3.54 incl VAT)
£2.75
(£3.30 incl VAT)

This line is on clearance due to there being no access to a trim pot. The servos can be trimmed with code. You can find a guide for trimming a servo with code here.

This Mini 360 Servo is a great value multi-purpose micro size servo and it's ideal for use with micro-controller systems like the BBC micro:bit, Arduino, Raspberry Pi and PICAXE. It's miniature size also makes it great for use in radio controlled models.

This is a 360 degree continuous rotation servo. Its operation is very different to that of a standard servo. Instead of going to a specified angle, this servo will be static at a 1.5ms pulse (see this guide to tweak this), a longer pulse gives forward rotation and a shorter pulse give backwards rotation.

It comes with mounting screws and a range of horns to suit most applications. You can use any servo code, hardware or library to control these servos.

Features:

  • Great value miniature servo.
  • 360 Degree Operation.
  • Control horns included.

Pin Assignments:

Contents:

  • 1 x Mini 360 Degree Servo.
  • 2 x Mounting screws.
  • 3 x Control horns.

Dimensions:

Please see the Datasheet below for detailed dimension information.

Resources:


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Posted by steve graham, Tuesday, 28 February 2017 on product Mini 360 Degree Continuous Rotation Servo - Clearance
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    Hi Steve, The servo will be static if a 1.5ms pulse is sent to the servo, for forward rotation you would send a longer pulse rate. It would be difficult to get just one complete rotation as it works differently to a 180 degree servo where you can control the position of the servo.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Posted by Russell, Wednesday, 18 January 2017 on product Mini 360 Degree Continuous Rotation Servo - Clearance
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    Hello Russell, it is a 360 degree continuous rotation, it is static at a 1.5 ms pulse, a longer pulse gives forward rotation and a shorter pulse give backwards rotation. It also contains a trimmer to tweak the static pulse to the servo. This servo is a lower cost alternative to the Tower Pro SG90 Mini Servo, with the added bonus that it is not limited to the 180 degree operation that the SG90 is.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Wednesday, 18 January 2017
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    Hi Richard, It would be difficult to say if this would be suitable. This servo works based on a pulse, so it will be static at a 1.5ms pulse (a trimmer is included to tweak this), a longer pulse gives forward rotation and a shorter pulse give backwards rotation. It may be possible to send a longer pulse for a period of time and then send a static pulse which would stop the servo, however the difficultly will come in trying to line up the turn table with the track.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Thursday, 20 April 2017
Posted by Karin Lagerström, on product Mini 360 Degree Continuous Rotation Servo - Clearance
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    A: Hi Karin, The voltage range of the servo is between 4.8V - 6V.
    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Thursday, 14 September 2017

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Trim A Continuous Rotation Servo With Code
In this quick tutorial, we are going to cover how to trim a continuous rotation servo with code. We will be writing our code in the Microsoft's MakeCode Editor for the BBC microbit. For those times when the trim screw isn't accessible or for when the continuous rotation servo doesn't feature a trim screw.
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Control A 360 Degree Servo With A BBC micro:bit
As we've recently added a 360 degree continuous rotation servo to our range of stocked products, we thought it would be useful to do a quick tutorial on how to control one using a BBC microbit.
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