Meet the "Lonely Binary Micro Servo SG90" – the unsung hero of the servo world, brought to you by the genius engineers at "Lonely Binary"! Get ready to embark on a micro-sized adventure that packs a punch.
Picture this: a servo that's not just any servo; it's the reigning champion of the 9g servo world, the digital phoenix rising from the ashes of analog ancestors. It's like the evolution of servo-kind, proudly carrying the banner of "Lonely Binary."
But wait, there's more – this isn't just any micro servo; it's a powerhouse in a tiny package, ready to take on the big leagues of remote-controlled aircraft, helicopters, and planes. It's like the David that's about to slay the Goliaths of the sky, all with the precision of "Lonely Binary."
Now, let's talk about size – it may be small, but it's a mighty mite with the heart of a lion. This servo isn't just lightweight; it's a heavyweight champion of micro applications, soaring through the skies with the grace of a digital eagle, courtesy of "Lonely Binary."
But here's the real kicker – it's not just about power; it's about control that's as smooth as silk. With the "Lonely Binary Micro Servo SG90" on board, you're not just piloting; you're orchestrating, dancing through the air with the finesse of a digital ballerina.
And let's not forget about versatility – it's not just for one task; it's your Swiss Army knife of servos, ready to tackle any challenge you throw its way. It's like having a trusty sidekick for all your remote control adventures, thanks to "Lonely Binary."
But here's the real magic – it's not just a servo; it's your passport to a world of micro-sized wonder. With the "Lonely Binary Micro Servo SG90," you're not just exploring; you're conquering, innovating, and soaring, all while riding the wave of "Lonely Binary" genius.
So, remote control maverick, are you ready to take flight with the "Lonely Binary Micro Servo SG90"? It's not just a servo; it's a micro-sized marvel, a digital dynamo, and a testament to the fact that even in the world of micro applications, there's room for the magic of "Lonely Binary."
Embark on a micro-sized adventure with a touch of "Lonely Binary" wizardry. The "Lonely Binary" Micro Servo SG90 isn't just a servo; it's your key to precision, power, and endless remote control fun, all painted with the flair of a digital virtuoso.
|Gear type||POM gear set|
|Temperature range||0℃_ 55℃|
|Dead band width||1us|
|Power Supply||Through External Adapter|
|servo wire length||25 cm|
|Net Weight||9 g|
|Dimension||(L) 23 mm x (W) 12 mm x (H) 29 mm|
What’s in the Box
There are 6 pieces in the retail box.
The listing price is for
- 1 x SG90 Servo
- Australia Orders over $55 - Your order will enjoy free shipping via Australia Post Standard Shipping Services.
- International Orders over $99 - Your order will be posted via Australia Post Air Mail Services.
Raspberry Pi board / Micro:bit board / NVIDIA board will be excluded; All PCB orders will not enjoy free shipping. Distributors and wholesale orders are not eligible for free shipping.
At this time, LONELY BINARY is an online-only business, with our products available through lonelybinary.com. This allows us to keep the cost down for the customer. Orders cannot be picked up.
We ship Australia wide to all addresses, including PO Box, Parcel Locker, etc.All Australian orders will be shipped via Australia Post, Courier Please or Fastway Couriers (Aramex). International Orders will be shipped via Australia Post or DHL. Your order will be shipped within one business day after we receive payment, providing the items are in stock.
Sent via standard Australia Post stamped letter mail, typically 5-9 business days. No tracking/support available other than confirmation of dispatch.
Sent via Australia Post Express Service, Fastway Courier or Courier Please, 1 – 2 business days for metro orders, potentially longer for orders outside of metro zones, with full tracking.
Non-metro addresses in WA, NT, SA & TAS can take 2+ days in addition to the above information.
Shipping costs for international orders vary depending on location and package size, where possible we have kept this to flat rate charges to reduce confusion. International orders are shipped through Australia Post and DHL courier service depending on the most economical at the time.
|Shipping Method via||Delivery Area||Delivery Time(business day)||Tracking No.||Weight Limit|
|western EU||2-3||YES||No Limit|
|eastern EU||3-5||YES||No Limit|
|North America||2-3||YES||No Limit|
|South America||3-5||YES||No Limit|
|South Africa||3-5||YES||No Limit|
Be aware that these are plastic servos, not metal. That’s important when designing a project that might need more durability.
For the price, it was awesome to get a box of 10 micro servos! I’ve used them in 3 projects already, including a robot arm and joystick-operated camera gimbal for a go-pro hero 4.
Bought the ten-pack on the assumption that there might be one or two that won't work very well.
They're all working just as they should through a simple Arduino sweep test. These are tiny, plastic-geared servos so they won't operate the landing gear on your full-sized Airbus 380 model or run for the next 50 years, but for what they are they're torquey little guys.
Would buy again. But then I've already got ten of them.
These servos work great, but only if you stay within their limits- do not expect these servos to carry a lot of weight or take impacts. They have plastic gears. If your application demands more, get metal geared versions or you will be dissapointed. Used properly, they will work great and last a very long time.
Rating is based on value. These are inexpensive plastic servos and likely will not withstand long term heavy use, but that is not what these servos are for. In the right application, I am sure they will be fine. Expectations need to be adjusted accordingly.
The motors all worked as delivered, just be aware of differences in the behavior from one instance to another. Range of motion and precision was somewhat inconsistent. Detailed electrical, mechanical, and performance specifications would be nice to have.
All connectors and wires were properly terminated and worked fine. Screws and servo horns were useful.
Durability is not rated since that is a function of time and duty cycle.
Overall, decent value but would not pay more. They are right at the edge of being over priced.
Used these in my A-10 Warhog plane. They were the only ones that fit perfectly. All six worked great.