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This is a hobby servo for remote controlled models (not to be confused with an industrial servo motor). It has got its own motor driver on board: it's, and a closed loop controller. It's self-contained. It only requires DC power and the control signal.

Further reading

https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/hobby-servo [Hobby servo tutorial][1] written by Sparkfun -tutorial In the industry [servomotor][2] means a motor coupled with a sensor for position feedback. An industrial servomotor typically requires an external driver and controller.

This is a servo for remote controlled models (not to be confused with an industrial servo motor). It has got its own motor driver on board: it's self-contained. It only requires DC power and the control signal.

Further reading

https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/hobby-servo-tutorial

This is a hobby servo for remote controlled models. It has got its own motor driver on board, and a closed loop controller. It's self-contained. It only requires DC power and the control signal.

Further reading

- [Hobby servo tutorial][1] written by Sparkfun - In the industry [servomotor][2] means a motor coupled with a sensor for position feedback. An industrial servomotor typically requires an external driver and controller.
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Nick Alexeev
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This is a servo for remote controlled models (not to be confused with an industrial servo motor). It has got its own motor driver on board: it's self-contained. It only requires DC power and the control signal.

Further reading

https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/hobby-servo-tutorial