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Posted at 2018-1-14 04:53:29 | All floors |Read mode
Does your "Digital Servo Tester with Voltage Show" have over-current protection?

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Posted at 2018-1-15 10:38:08 | All floors
The "Digital Servo Tester with Voltage Show" doesn't have over-current protection.
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 Author| Posted at 2018-2-11 00:45:49 | All floors
admin Posted at 2018-1-15 10:38
The "Digital Servo Tester with Voltage Show" doesn't have over-current protection.

Thanks for the info. I used the Servo Tester to verify basic operation of the Lewansoul single-servo Robotic hand, then I switched to the Arduino controller board.

I believe the Arduino uses +5V, but the hand works fine.
Is this going to be a problem?

I was advised to use 2 x 3.7V Li-Ion/Po batteries to power the hand with the Servo Tester.
The Voltage Read displayed very close to 8V!
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Posted at 2018-2-19 11:56:42 | All floors
Natey2 Posted at 2018-2-11 00:45
Thanks for the info. I used the Servo Tester to verify basic operation of the Lewansoul single-ser ...

It's not a problem, 8V is also OK.
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