Our new clippable servo has had the standard pin header replaced with super useful crocodile clips. This allows it to be used in projects that feature other clippable connection points, such as projects utilising the Kitronik Klip Motor Driver.
The 180 degree rotation servo is based on the Feetech FS90MG-CL and features metal gears, which are more reliable and hard-wearing than their plastic counterparts. The servo is rated to operate between 4.8V - 6V, which gives output Torque of between 1.8kg - 2.2kg respectively. If the clippable servo is being used in micro:bit projects, a separate power supply is required. If you are using the Kitronik Klip Motor Driver, the power can be taken directly from the Klip motor driver board.
The servo can rotate approx. 180 degrees, or approx. 90 in each direction, and it can be driven with any standard 180 degree servo code/libraries. It can be coded using the MakeCode or Python editors which makes it ideal for novice or expert level microbit projects.
The servos are supplied with four horns and the associated fixings which should allow you to slot these servos into your projects with relative ease and without the need to make custom horns.
This servo requires a separate power supply from the controlling micro:bit. Attempting to power this servo directly from the micro:bit is likely to cause permanent damage to the micro:bit.
Kitronik Clippable Micro Servo - 180 Degree Rotation Features
- The clippable servo has had the standard pin header replaced with super useful crocodile clips.
- Small and compact yet high power output, 1.8kg of Torque at 4.8V and 2.2kg at 6V.
- Metal gears for strength and durability.
- It can be coded using the MakeCode or Python editors
- Suitable for RC models and Robotics projects.
- 180 degrees of rotation, 90 in each direction.
- Operating Voltage of 4.8V - 6V.
- It can be used with Kitronik clippable micro:bit accessories, such as the Kitronik Klip Motor Driver.