3207_0 SpringRC Small Servo (SM-S3317M)
This servo has 180° of travel and has good torque for its size.
The 3207 is a nice small RC servo with all metal gears, double ball bearing and produces 2.7 kg-cm of torque at 4.8V. RC servos are hobbyist remote control servos typically used in radio-controlled models, where they provide actuation for various mechanical systems such as the steering of a car, the flaps on a plane, or the rudder of a boat.
These servos are not industrial grade and are not recommended for continuous heavy use.
This servo can be controlled by an RC servo controller.
Comes Packaged With
|Motor Type||Limited Rotation Servo|
|Range of Rotation||180°|
|Maximum Speed at Rated Voltage||375°/s|
|Rated Torque||2.4 kg·cm|
|Gear Train Material||Metal|
|Bearing Type||Dual Ball Bearing|
|Motor Length||28.6 mm|
|Motor Width||31.1 mm|
|Motor Depth||16.5 mm|
|Rated Voltage||5 V DC|
|Rated Current (on 1061 controller)||120 mA|
|Rated Current (on 1066 controller)||130 mA|
|Stall Current (on 1061 controller)||900 mA|
|Stall Current (on 1066 controller)||420 mA|
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