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M0090 1.9KG Analog Metal Gear Servo
The M0090 9g servo is a small and lightweight servo commonly used in robotics and RC projects. This upgraded version of the 9G plastic servo features metal gears, providing a longer service life and improved durability.
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Electrical characteristic
  • Voltage
  • Rated torque
  • Rated current
  • Stall torque
  • Stall current
  • Operating speed
  • No load current
  • Idle current
Mechanical specifications
  • Dimensions
  • Weight
    355mm ± 5 mmg
  • Limit angle
  • Excessive play
  • Shell material
  • Gear material
  • Spline
  • Bearing type
    Dual BB
  • Motor type
    DC Motor
  • Angle sensor
  • Storage temperature
  • Operating temperature
Control feature
  • Signal type
  • Rotation angle
  • Pulse width range
  • Neutral position
  • Dead band
  • Rotating direction
  • Feedback
  • Protection type
Reliability testing
  • Load life
  • Noise
  • Waterproof
Exterior Dimension
Appearance size & Pin diagram
Appearance size
Pin diagram
Data download
2D Drawings
3D Model
Frequently asked questions
What is a drive module/actuator/transmission mechanism?
It consists of an energy conversion device and mechanical moving parts, which are used to control various moving parts in industrial automation, robotics, automotive, aerospace and other fields. Different types have different performance characteristics and application ranges. Servo motor is a common type of drive module with high precision, high reliability and high torque. It is often used to control the movement of steering, throttle and elevator parts.
What requirement information does a customized driver module need to provide?
Torque,speed,voltage,power, dimensional,boundaries.
Can you recommend some mass-produced models?
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What is the difference between brushless and brushless motors?
The difference between brushless motors and brushless motors lies in their different electrical adjustment working methods. The electric regulator of a brush motor controls the speed of the motor by directly providing current to the motor, The electrical regulation of brushless motors controls the speed and direction of the motor through different current pulses. Brushless motors have higher efficiency, lower noise, and longer service life compared to brushless motors, allowing for more suitable components according to actual needs.
What is a servo?
A servo is an electric motor that can accurately control the rotation angle and speed. By receiving controller signals, control the direction and speed of device movement. The steering gear has the characteristics of high precision, high reliability, and high torque, and is commonly used to control the movement of rudder, throttle, and lifting components. There are various types and specifications of servo motors, which can be selected based on specific application scenarios. In today's era of intelligence, servo motors have more application scenarios in smart homes, new energy vehicles, intelligent production, and intelligent education.
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