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NEW PRODUCTS – Mini Pan-Tilt Kit – Assembled with Micro Servos / Unassembled without Micro Servos

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NEW PRODUCTS – Mini Pan-Tilt KitAssembled with Micro Servos / Unassembled without Micro Servos

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Mini Pan-Tilt Kit – Assembled with Micro Servos

The fully-assembled pan-tilt kit is the perfect way to give your project full range motion with two micro servos. The pan-tilt can rotate roughly 180° from side-to-side and can tilt up&downwards around 150°. It also comes fully assembled with two Micro Servos included and a 38mm x 36mm space to mount a camera or sensor or whatever you like.

Since the motors are plain, every-day analog servos, you can use any microcontroller or driver. They’re good for beginners who want to make stuff move and the pan-tilt is an easy way to give whatever you’re making both left-right and up-down motion. In our demo, we hooked this up with a Trinket Pro and made it do a little dance with the Arduino Servo library.

In stock and shipping now!

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Unassembled Mini Pan-Tilt Kit (Without Micro Servos)

The unassembled pan-tilt kit is can give your project the same customized full range motion! The pan-tilt can rotate roughly 180° from side-to-side and can tilt downwards roughly 150° (it may be less depending on the servos you use, of course). This version comes in kit form without any servos, unlike our fully assembled version (above) so if you have a bunch of servos already, or want to customize with one of our many micro servo options such as metal-gear or feedback-type, this is probably the better option for you.

Since the motors are plain, every-day analog servos, you can use any microcontroller or driver. They’re good for beginners who want to make stuff move and the pan-tilt is an easy way to give whatever you’re making both left-right and up-down motion. In our demo, we hooked this up with a Trinket Pro and made it do a little dance with the Arduino Servo library.

In stock and shipping now!



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