Servo Motor for Raspberry Pi – Set of 4 Small
This is a set of 4 small servos that you can connect to the PivotPi to make your robots and projects rotate! The servos come with various plastic adapters for connecting to your robotics, automation, and art projects.
About Sensor Mounts
These Servo Motors for the Raspberry Pi are perfect for connecting to the PivotPi to make a robot that moves.
Visit the PivotPi Product Tutorials & Documentation page for step-by-step tutorials, technical specs, detailed product pictures, and sample code libraries.
- 4 small servo motors (Large servo motors also available)
- Plastic hardware accessories to attach your project to and make it move.
What’s not included?
If you want to turn your Raspberry Pi into an animated robot, start with the PivotPi Base Kit. Or get everything you need to get started with the PivotPi Starter Kit, which includes these items plus six servos:
- PivotPi: the board that you will connect your servos to.
- Raspberry Pi (PivotPi is compatible with all version of the Raspberry Pi): This board is the main brains of the robot that will connect to the PivotPi board.
- microSD Card: Required “hard drive” for the Raspberry Pi (you’ll get a blank sd card and you will have to download and install Dexter Industry’s custom software “Raspbian for Robots.”
- Ethernet Cable: Required for plugging in to your computer to program the PivotPi.
- Power Supply: Wall plug to power your Raspberry Pi while you are programming it, rather than using the batteries.
What can I do with them?
- Dimension：23 mm x 12.2 mm x 29 mm
- Stall torque：1.2kg/cm
- Gear type: nylon gear
- Operating voltage: 4.2-6V
- Temperature range:0℃–55℃
- Operating speed：0.3s/60deg
- Dead band width:10um
- Brown cable： GND //
- Red cable： VCC 4.2-6V //
- Orange cable：Signal
What else do I need to know?
- Servos connect to the PivotPi.
- The PivotPi works with all versions of the Raspberry Pi.
- Software examples and API are provided by Dexter Industries (open-source repository on Github)
Each PivotPi board can control up to 8 servos.
- PivotPi boards can be daisy-chained together and connected to our other robots including the GoPiGo & GrovePi (through the Grove ports).
- You can program the PivotPi in Python, Scratch, and other languages.