Linear Servo Actuator, L16-R, 50mm Stroke, 35:1, 6v

am-3515

$70.00

This linear servos operates as a direct replacement for standard analog rotary servos. They use the same standard 3 wire connector, ground power and control. Regardless of how you drive your servos...Read More

Product Overview

This linear servos operates as a direct replacement for standard analog rotary servos. They use the same standard 3 wire connector, ground power and control. Regardless of how you drive your servos, be it with an RC receiver or an Arduino board, the L16-R servo will function in place of a regular servo, but with the added benefit of providing linear motion. These hobby grade units are constructed using an anodized aluminum shaft, metal gearbox, steel screw and steel ball bearings.

Note:
The command range of the linear servo is different then most servos. Please review the user guide for more details.

Loose Hardware Included with Actuator:
  • 4 - 10-32 Screws
  • 4 - 10-32 Nylock Nuts
  • 2 - PWM Header
  • 2 - Mounting Brackets
  • 2 - Rod End Brackets

Specifications

  • Back Drive Force: 31N
  • Closed Length (Hole to Hole): 118mm
  • Feedback Potentiometer: 6kΩ±50%
  • Free Speed: 32mm/s
  • Maximum Force, Lifted: 50N
  • Maximum Side Load, Extended: 20N
  • Maximum Static Force: 250N
  • Peak Efficiency Point: 24N @ 24mm/s
  • Peak Power Point: 50N @ 16mm/s
  • Stroke: 50mm
  • Weight: 0.2 lbs

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2 reviews

  1. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    WARNING: SPECIAL CODE TO MAKE WORK WITH FRC!!!

    We had code to run a servo and it didn't work. We tested this with a servo tester and it worked beautifully. Then we put a servo on instead of this connected to the RoboRio and it worked great. Much head scratching. It turns out that the min and max pulses are DIFFERENT than a servo so you can't just use the normal servo class with set(0.0) and set(1.0). I searched and found this ( https://www.chiefdelphi.com/t/anyone-have-servo-example-code/155951/7 ) So the code to get it to work: beakActuator = new Servo(RobotMap.BEAK_ACTUATOR_CHANNEL); beakActuator.setBounds(2.0, 1.8, 1.5, 1.2, 1.0); beakActuator.setSpeed(1.0); // to open beakActuator.setSpeed(-1.0); // to close *Edit by AndyMark Thank you for providing a clearer example for this product. We've rolled this example into our User Guide and have posted this.

  2. star star star star star 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Actuator L16-R

    5 Stars

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