Motors and servos - accuracy and precision for your projects
Servos and motors are the driving force behind many technologies and applications that enrich and enhance our lives. They provide precise control and power to perform a variety of tasks, from automating processes to controlling toys and models.
Our servos and motors are made from high quality materials and offer outstanding performance and reliability. From small and lightweight micro servo motors to powerful geared motors and stepper motors, we have the right solution for your needs.
With simple and intuitive controls, you can implement your projects and applications easily and quickly. Our servos and motors offer outstanding accuracy and precision to ensure your projects always achieve the success you want.
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What are micro servo motors?
Micro servo motors are small, powerful and precise electric motors that are often used in applications where space and weight are at a premium. They are commonly used in robotics, model making and hobby applications, toys and consumer products, as well as automation and control of small mechanical systems.
Micro-servo motors can perform very precise movements and usually have an integrated position sensor that allows the exact position of the motor to be monitored and controlled. They are usually controlled by an electrical control signal provided by a control unit such as a microcontroller board or a computer.
Micro-servo motors can be used in a wide range of applications such as automation of small mechanical systems, toys and consumer products, robotics and model making and hobby applications.
What are DC motors?
DC motors (direct current motors) are electric motors that are directly driven by a DC voltage. They are widely used in many applications, including electric vehicles, tools, fans, pumps and automation equipment. Standard DC motors are usually cost-effective and reliable, offering good performance and control. Depending on the application, different types of DC motors can be used, such as stepper motors, permanent magnet DC motors and series wound DC motors.
What are geared motors?
Geared motors also referred to as TT motors, are electric motors that are combined with a gearbox to provide higher torques and reduced speeds. This type of motor is often used in applications where a higher force or slower movement speed is required to perform a specific task. Geared motors combine the power of the electric motor with the gearing of the gearbox to convert the motor's kinetic energy into higher force and reduced speed. These motors can be used in a variety of applications, such as tools, fans, pumps, automation equipment and much more.
There are different types of gearmotors, such as planetary gearmotors, bevel gearmotors and gear motors. Choosing the right gearmotor depends on the specific application and requirements, such as the force, speed and precision needed.
What is an analogue servo?
An analogue servo is an electric servo motor that uses an analogue control signal to control its position. An analogue servo usually has three wires: power, ground and control signal. The control signal is provided by an external controller, such as a microcontroller or remote controller, and is used to control the exact position of the motor.
The analogue control signal is usually provided as a voltage signal that is varied in a certain voltage range to control the position of the motor. When the voltage of the control signal is increased, the motor turns in a certain direction, and when the voltage is reduced, the motor turns in the opposite direction.
Analogue servos can be used in a wide range of applications, such as robotics, model making, toys and consumer products, and automation and control of small mechanical systems. They offer good precision and control for small movements and can be easily controlled via an analogue control signal.
What are stepper motors?
Stepper motors are a type of electric motor that work in steps instead of performing a continuous movement. Each step of the motor corresponds to a fixed angular movement, and the number of steps the motor performs determines the overall movement of the motor.
Stepper motors are often used in applications that require high precision and accurate positioning, such as printers, scanners, machine tools and automation equipment. They offer high resolution and accurate position control and can be used in a variety of applications where precise movement is required.
There are different types of stepper motors, such as permanent magnet stepper motors, hybrid stepper motors and bipolar and unipolar controlled stepper motors. Choosing the right stepper motor depends on the specific requirements of the application, such as the size, power and speed of the motor.
What should you consider when buying servos and motors?
If you are planning to buy a servo or motor, there are some important factors you should consider to ensure you get the best product for your needs. Here are some things to look out for:
Think about what you want to achieve with the servo or motors. What power and precision do you need? What kind of movements do you want the servo or motor to perform?
Size and weight:
How much space you have available and how much weight the servo or motor must support. Make sure you choose a product that is suitable for your needs.
Check the power supply required for the servo or motor and make sure you have a suitable power source.
Test how the servo or motor can be controlled and whether you need an external controller.
Consider how much you are willing to spend on the servo or motor. Compare different models and brands to get the best value for money.
By considering these factors, you can ensure that you make the right servo or motor purchase and that your projects and applications are successful.