Shop Servos

Radio control servos are connected through a standard three-wire connection: two wires for a DC power supply and one for control, carrying a PWM (pulse-width modulation) signal. Each servo has a separate connection and PWM signal from the radio control receiver. This signal is easily generated by simple electronics, or by microcontrollers such as the Arduino. This, together with their low-cost, has led to their wide adoption for robotics and physical computing. RC servos use a three-pin 0.1" spacing jack (female) which mates to standard 0.025" square pins. The most common order is signal, +voltage, ground. The standard voltage is 4.8 V DC, however 6 V and 12 V has also been seen for a few servos. -Wikipedia

1 - 22 of 22 items
1 - 22 of 22 items