A low power servo that can be controlled with an actuator output of a WiDig or (using an external power supply) a USB-microDig, using pulse width modulated (PWM) signals. Comes with adapter cable to connect with a digitizer and three different arms and mounting screws.
- Attach a small stick and create a robotic drummer. Use sensor data to trigger a single hit or hit sequences.
- Move an small object away from the person reaching for it based on the proximity of the person's hand to the table the object is placed on, as measured by a ReachClose.
- Make your cat go nuts by moving the projected dot of a SeeLaser-Red depending on the proximity of the cat to a wall as measured by a ReachFar.
||1.0 (July 2021)|
||0.15 N-m, 1.5 kgf-cm, 1.3 lb-in|
||0 - 55 ºC|
||4.2 - 6V DC, ? mA|
||12 x 23 x 27 mm (0.47 x 0.91 x 1.1 inch)|
||two 2 mm (0.08 inch) mounting holes spaced apart 28 mm (1.1 inch)|
||0.5 m (20 inch), unshielded, red wire = power, brown wire = ground, yellow wire = actuator input, extendable at least 5 m (16 ft) with ExtendCableD-05|
||male 1x4 plug with 3 pins in a row spaced 2.54 mm (0.100 inch)|
||9 g (0.3 oz)|
- Our EditorX software allows you to configure the digitizer to control multiple actuators simultaneously with PWM signals suitable for servos.
- Can be used with the WiDig or (using an external power supply) USB-microDig actuator outputs (ie. the top row of the connector for sensors and actuators). Not compatible with the Digitizer nor Wi-microDig.
- Use one of the three different arms to mechanically connect with the object that is to be moved.
- Use the mounting screws to secure the servo.