- Operating Voltage: 4.8V to 6V
- Speed: 130RPM @ 6V
- Stall Torque (per motor): 1.5kg*cm @ 6V
- Control: Analog
This robust robot platform is great for creating your own little robot car. This robot platform uses 2 continues servo motors (modified as DC motors) for its movement while balancing the weight of the platform with a wheel caster.
This shield makes it easy to build an Arduino-controlled Zumo robot. The shield mounts onto an assembled Zumo chassis, connecting directly to the chassis s battery terminals and motors, and the Arduino plugs into the shield, face down. The shield includes dual motor drivers, a buzzer for playing simple sounds and music, a user pushbutton, and a 3-axis accelerometer and compass. It boosts the battery voltage to power the Arduino, and it breaks out the Arduino I/O lines, reset button, and user LED for convenient access and to accommodate additional sensors for things like obstacle and edge detection.
This NEMA 17 size bipolar stepping motor has a 0.9 Degree step angle (400 steps/revolution). Each phase draws 1.7 mA at 3 V, allowing for a holding torque of 4.9 kg-cm (68 oz-in).
This gearmotor is a miniature (0.94″ x 0.39″ x 0.47″), high-quality, low-current motor with 150.58: 1 metal gearbox, similar to Sanyo s popular 12 mm gearmotors. These units have a 0.365″-long, 3 mm-diameter D-shaped output shaft.
The FS90 micro servo motor has dimensions of 23.2mm 12.5mm 22 mm. The operating voltage for this motor ranges between 4.8 to 6V with a maximum rotation of roughly 120 degrees. This servo motor comes with the servo horns and related hardware components.
This NEMA 23 size bipolar stepping motor has a 1.8 Degree step angle (200 steps/revolution). Each phase draws 2A at 3.2V, allowing for a holding torque of 9kg-cm (125 oz-in).