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Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino

Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino-Robocraze
Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino-Robocraze
Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino-Robocraze
Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino-Robocraze
  • Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino-Robocraze
  • Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino-Robocraze
  • Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino-Robocraze
  • Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino-Robocraze

Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino

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  • This is Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque 
  • This servo motor has 3 pole ferrite, all nylon gear Top ball bearing.
  • The Futaba S3003 Servo Motors for our project which runs on 4.8V to 6V and have a higher torque.
  • Operating speed: 0.23sec/60 degree Output torque: 3.2kg/cm at 4.8V
  • Dimension:40.4mm*19.8mm*36mm Weight: 37.2g
  • Futaba S3003 Standard Servo, used on cars, boats and other remote control model.
  • Alternative Futaba of S138, S148, S22, S38 and S12

Futaba S3003 Servo Motor with 3.2Kgcm Torque For Robots Arduino

The Futaba S3003 Standard 3.2 kgcm Torque Servo Motor is an excellent multi-purpose standard-size high reliability servo motor that can be easily converted to continuous rotation. Because they have plastic gearing, they are not suitable for high-impact applications, but they are an excellent choice for beginners - ideal for moving robotic arms through a specific range or steering a rover!

you can control this servo motor with Arduino with the connection of jumper wires and  battery.

The unit includes a 30cm wire and a 3 pin 'S' type female header connector that will fit most receivers. This servo can rotate about 180 degrees (90 degrees in each direction), but it can be modified for full rotation, and it comes with a variety of horns and hardware to suit most applications! You can control these servos with any servo code, hardware, or library, making it ideal for beginners who want to make things move without building a motor controller with feedback and gear box, especially since it will fit in small spaces. They are ideal for use with the 16 Channel Servo Driver and other Raspberry Pi Motor Controllers.

Key Features:

  • Torque:  4.8V: 44.00 oz-in (3.17 kg.cm);  6.0V: 57.00 oz-in (4.10 kg.cm)
  • Speed: 4.8V: 0.23 sec/60°; 6.0V: 0.19 sec/60°

Applications:

  • 1:10 and 1:8 flat cars
  • SUVs, trucks, big cars,
  • Climbing vehicle
  • Riped robot
  • Remote control boat model
  • Home automation projects

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Futaba S3003 Servo Motor For Robots Arduino 3.2Kg-cm

 Specifications:

Model No. S3003
Torque 2.5-3 kg/cm
Reaction Speed 0.16-0.2sec / 60 degrees
Operation Temperature -30 ~ +60 degree
Rotation Angle 180 degrees
Actuator type Simulation of steering gear
Working Current 10 mA
Using Voltage 4.8-6V
 

1. What are servo motors?

  • A servo motor is a rotary or linear actuator that can control angular or linear position, velocity, and acceleration precisely. It is made up of a suitable motor and a position feedback sensor. Servo motors are used in a variety of applications, including robotics, CNC machinery, and automated manufacturing.

2. What is the main difference between a servo motor and a DC motor?

  • DC motors are fast and continuous rotation motors that are primarily used for anything that requires a high rotation per minute (RPM). For example, car wheels, fans, and so on. Servo motors have high torque, and quick, and accurate rotation at a limited angle. A servo motor uses feedback to control its position, speed, or torque. A stepper motor is commanded to move in degrees without the need for feedback, but it may lose synchronism due to overload.

3. What is a servo motor used for?

  • Servo motors, or "servos," are electronic devices and rotary or linear actuators that precisely rotate and push machine parts. Servos are primarily used to control angular or linear position, as well as specific velocity and acceleration.