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Saturday, August 3, 2019

servo motor and How its Work

What is servo motor and How its Work?

A servo motor is an electrical device which can push or rotate an object with great precision. If you want to rotate and object at some specific angles or distance, then you use servo motor. It is just made up of simple motor which run through servo mechanism.




Servo motor is actually an assembly of four things:
A normal DC motor, a gear reduction unit, a position-sensing device and a control circuit. The DC motor is connected with a gear mechanism which provides feedback to a position sensor which is mostly a potentiometer. From the gear box, the output of the motor is delivered via servo spline to the servo arm. For standard servo motors, the gear is normally made up of plastic whereas for high power servos, the gear is made up of metal.

A servo motor consists of three wires- a black wire connected to ground, a white/yellow wire connected to control unit and a red wire connected to power supply.

The function of the servo motor is to receive a control signal that represents a desired output position of the servo shaft and apply power to its DC motor until its shaft turns to that position.

It uses the position sensing device to figure out the rotational position of the shaft, so it knows which way the motor must turn to move the shaft to the instructed position. The shaft commonly does not rotate freely around similar to a DC motor, however rather can just turn 200 degrees.

From the position of the rotor, a rotating magnetic field is created to efficiently generate toque. Current flows in the winding to create a rotating magnetic field. The shaft transmits the motor output power. The load is driven through the transfer mechanism. A high-function rare earth or other permanent magnet is positioned externally to the shaft. The optical encoder always watches the number of rotations and the position of the shaft

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