New 'Strawberry' servo released for the humanoid robot market
For serious humanoid robot builders who demand the highest performance, and aren’t overly concerned about price, the new PRS-S40M robot servo from Pirkus looks really sweet.
The servo, nicknamed the “Strawberry” servo by its inventor is extremely rigid with a steel case, aluminum horn, and full-metal gear set. According to Pirkus the servo features rigidity, durability, and superior heat dissipation well above and beyond anything that a typical plastic case servo can ever hope to achieve.
Highlights of the new servo include:
- Serial bus interface
- Up to 253 servos can be connected
- PWM embedded software development can be simplified
- PID control parameters allow operational factors, such as the servo deadband
- Provides feedback covering the servo’s position and individual temperature.
- Speed: 0.11 sec/60 degrees
- Steel case and gear set
- Case mounting holes and clearance designed for humanoid robot development
- Excellent heat distibution
- Aluminum horn
Specifially designed for builders interested in the ROBO-ONE competition.
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