Servo continuous operation 360°

Servos suitable for continuous operation, is the individual design of the standard feed, which uses an open loop feedback for speed control servos instead of with feedback for position control servo. Servo 360° are, in fact, the motor-integrated control system in one housing. Can be used in robots and are controlled through the instrument of RC or using a microcontroller is through direct connection to its ports I / o. In our offer you will find a wide range of servos to 360°, with different size and parameters.


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Servo 360° is a very good alternative to conventional electric motors

In robots or platforms, riding the servo, usually used for driving wheels. Interestingly, in many cases serwomechanizmy 360° provides the best performance at a smaller size compared to standard electric motors and have a built-in loop speed control and switching the direction of rotation that allows you to operate the servos in the system with open feedback loop in which a voltage signal from outputs of the potentiometer in the servo not supplied back to the control system. Control the direction of rotation is proportional. Most servos use the PWM control signal generated by a microcontroller or a special driver. As standard, the frequency of the control signal is 50 Hz, and the required angular position orczyka on the shaft of the servo is obtained through control of the filling of signal PWM. The pulse duration of 1.5 MS sets the servo to the neutral position, wherein a control pulse of duration 1.0 MS causes minimum translation of the angular position of the servo, and the maximum shift occurs when setting the pulse duration of 2.0 MS.

What distinguishes management serwem 360° from standard servos?

Servo 360°, do not use the sensor of angular position, whereby the control system causes the servo works just like a regular electric motor that the rotor performs a complete revolution in one direction. For example, applying it on a servo signal that would turn orczyka at an angle of 30° clockwise, the rod is turned to the right until the signal transmission, according to which the rotation angle is zero, that will stop the servo. When we specify a rotation angle is 30° counterclockwise, the servo will rotate at the same speed as when you set a rotation angle of 30° clockwise, but in the opposite direction. Further increase or decrease the fill signal corresponding to the rotation angle to a nonzero value will cause a correspondingly increase or decrease the speed of rotation of the servo.