The servo control module is designed to work with the Raspberry Pi Pico. It uses the PWM pins of the microcontroller and has 16 3-pin connectors compatible with the interface used in the servos. The module has other connectors, which allow you to connect other elements. The board has a 5V regulator with a current of 3A. The servos can be powered via the USB connector by connecting to the Raspberry Pi Pico or via a screw connection with a voltage ranging from 6 to 12V. It will work in projects that use a large number of modeling servos, e.g. during construction a walking robot or manipulator. It adds the capability to control 16 Servos with perfect timing. It can also do PWM with 16 bit precision, all completely free-running.
Operating Voltage: 5V (Pico) or 6~12V (VIN terminal)
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