1066_1B Phidget Advanced Servo 1-Motor
The PhidgetAdvancedServo 1-Motor allows you to control the position, velocity, and acceleration of one RC servo motor. The 1066 is powered solely by the USB cable – no additional power source is required.
The 1066 measures the power consumption of the servo, and powers servo motors of up to 450mA.
The AdvancedServo connects directly to a computer’s USB port.
Each servo motor behaves slightly differently. The Phidgets API provides calibration parameters for a number of different models of servo motors; however these values are generic with respect to the model and not specific to each individual unit. It is possible to generate your own values through some manual calibration in the event that your application requires very accurate control or if you are using a servo for which default values are not provided. Read the following manual to find out how to do it.
|API Object Name||AdvancedServo|
|Number of Motor Ports||1|
|Pulse Width Min||83.3 ns|
|Pulse Width Max||2.7 ms|
|Pulse Width Resolution||83.3 ns|
|Pulse Code Period Max||25 ms|
|Measurement Current Min||30 mA|
|Measurement Current Max||500 mA|
|Measurement Current Error||10 %|
|API Object Name||RCServo|
|Current Consumption Min||30 mA|
|Current Consumption Max||500 mA|
|USB Voltage Min||4.8 V DC|
|USB Voltage Max||5.3 V DC|
|Continuous Motor Current Max||450 mA|
|Output Impedance (Motor)||200 Ω|
|USB Speed||Full Speed|
|Object Temperature Min||0 °C|
|Object Temperature Max||70 °C|
- Programming Resources
- Servo Motor and Controller Primer
- Motor Selection Guide
- Mechanical Drawings
- Download 3D Step File
When you download the sample code, look in the "AdvancedServoExamples" folder, not the "ServoExamples" folder.