Grove Zero - Servo
The servo is an actuator that controls the angular position of the shaft.
Module Category: Output
What Is It
The servo is an actuator that controls the angular position of the motor shaft.
Grove Zero Series Introduction:
Grove Zero is a set of programmable elctronic building blocks which snap together with magentic connections & are used in conjuction with graphical programming software to achieve creative and functional projects. Grove Zero can be used boths as a tool to foster children's creativty as a classroom tool for STEM education. Learn more about the series here.
If this is your first experience with the Grove Zero series, we recommend that you purchase introductory kits such as the Starter Kit, Car Kit or Bit Kit, which include instructional documentation to help you get familiar with this educational series.
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How this module works?
The servo incorporates a DC motor, a gear train, an integrated circuit and mechanical shaft providing mechanical output. The shaft of the servo can be rotated and maintained at a specific angular position by sending a coded signal to the circuit.
Connect modules together as shown below, click the buttons and see what happens:
Real World Examples
Power Supply ：Grove Zero Battery Module
Working Voltage: 5V
Working Current: 1.5A (Max)
Power Indication LED
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