servo extension cable,
servo motor encoder cable
CE310050A200 Servo Extension Cable, Servo Motor Encoder Cable for RC Helicopter
Jiashan Harness offers servo cable assemblies for static applications as well as a new single cable solution where power and feedback is included in the same cable. Jiashan Harness cable design provides outstanding mechanical and electrical performance in continuous motion applications and is optimally suited for use with various servo systems. Jiashan Harness cable assemblies offer low cable capacitance values and small cable ODs. These features lead to better performance and increased up time.
|Brand Name||Jiashan Harness|
|Place of Origin||Jiashan,China|
|MOQ||Accept Small Order|
|Delivery Time||2 - 4 Weeks|
|Price||Direct Factory Price|
|Sample Time||2Days - 10Days|
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Factory Name: Jiashan Harness Group Ltd
Location: CHINA GUIGU SCIENCE PARK (Only 80 kilometers from Shanghai)
Country / Region: Jiashan, Zhejiang Province, China
Year Established: 2005
Business Type: Manufacturer with Factory Directly Price
Factory Size: 2000m2 – 3000m2
No. of Production Line: 8
No. of Operator: 155
Contract Manufacturing: OEM / ODE / Design Service
Annual Output Value: US$3 Million - US$5 Million
Inquiry Response Rate: 100%
P1: Wire Cutting
P2: Terminal Crimp
P3: Terminal Crimp
P5: Tin Plating
What's Inside the Servo?
To fully understand how the servo works, you need to take a look under the hood. Inside there is a pretty simple set-up: a small DC motor, potentiometer, and a control circuit. The motor is attached by gears to the control wheel. As the motor rotates, the potentiometer's resistance changes, so the control circuit can precisely regulate how much movement there is and in which direction.
When the shaft of the motor is at the desired position, power supplied to the motor is stopped. If not, the motor is turned in the appropriate direction. The desired position is sent via electrical pulses through the signal wire. The motor's speed is proportional to the difference between its actual position and desired position. So, if the motor is near the desired position, it will turn slowly, otherwise it will turn fast. This is called proportional control. This means the motor will only run as hard as necessary to accomplish the task at hand, a very efficient little guy.
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