The goBILDA 2000-0025-0002 is a descendant of the popular 2000-0025-0001 servo. The 25-2 received some noteworthy updates including an ultra stout steel gear train, more torque and a new top case.
Like its predecessor, the 25-2 boasts two different modes:
In the default mode, the servo is able to rotate while having positioning feedback. In this mode, the PWM signal will determine the position of the servo.
Using the 3102 Series Dual Mode Servo Programmer (1-1) the servo can be toggled into continuous rotation mode. In this mode, the servo will have proportional speed control based on the PWM signal that you send with your servo controller.
The answer to this question is partially dependant on what you are using to control the servo.
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With an Average Radio System:
Your average transmitter and receiver will output a relativly narrow PWM signal range.
Radio System + Servo Stretcher:
Adding a Servo Stretcher to your radio system setup will allow you to achieve wide PWM signal ranges.
Wide Signal Controllers:
Controllers such as the Actobotics® Servo Controller, Arduinos, and Raspberry Pi servo hats can usually send a wide signal.
|Output Shaft Style||H25T Spline|
|Voltage Range||4.8V - 7.4V|
|No-Load Speed (4.8V)||0.25 sec/60° (40RPM)|
|No-Load Speed (6.0V)||0.20 sec/60° (50RPM)|
|No-Load Speed (7.4V)||0.16 sec/60° (60RPM)|
|Stall Torque (4.8V)||240 oz-in (17.2 kg.cm )|
|Stall Torque (6.0V)||300 oz-in (21.6 kg.cm)|
|Stall Torque (7.4V)||350 oz-in (25.2 kg.cm)|
|No-Load Current (4.8V)||150mA|
|No-Load Current (6.0V)||160mA|
|No-Load Current (7.4V)||200mA|
|Stall Current (4.8V)||2,000mA|
|Stall Current (6.0V)||2,500mA|
|Stall Current (7.4V)||3,000mA|
|Max PWM Range||500-2500μsec|
|Max PWM Range (Continuous)||900-2100µsec|
|Travel per μsec||0.150°/μsec|
|Max Rotation (Default Mode)||300°|
|Motor Type||Brushed DC|
|Feedback Style||5KΩ Potentiometer|
|Output Shaft Support||Dual Ball Bearing|
|Wire Length||11.81" (300mm)|
|Connector Type||3-Pos TJC8 Servo Connector [MH-FC]|
|Direction with Increasing PWM Signal||Clockwise|