9g 180° Micro Servo (1.6kg)

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Do you need a servo for a tiny little project? Or are you seeking for an affordable solution? This mini servo is quite impressive, it does quite the job for a large range of tasks. Only weights 9 grams and gives you a 1.6kg cm torque. Pretty strong regarding its size. Suitable for Beam robots and other automation tasks. Keep in mind that if you need some heavy lifting you should be considering some of our other options. This servo is for you if you are planning on building smaller size robots.


  • No load speed: 0.12 seconds / 60 degrees (4.8V)
  • Stall Torque: 1.6 kg / cm (4.8V)
  • Operating temperature: -30 ~  +60 degrees Celsius
  • Dead Set: 7 microseconds
  • Operating voltage: 4.8V-6V
  • Working rurrent: less than 500mA
  • Cable length: 180mm (7 inches)
  • Size: 22mmx12.5mmx29.5mm (0.9x0.5x1.2 in)
  • Weight: 9 grams


Project 1. Micro:bit Surprise box
In this project it shows how the box interacts with flahsing hearts.
Main Components:
DFRobot micro:bit Expansion Shield
DFRobot Ambient Light Sensor
Servo Motor 9g

Project 2: Free Energy? Charge Your Mobile Phone with Hands

Introduction: Wanna charge your phone in the apocalypse? Maybe my hand crank generator can help you.

Hardware components:

Project 3: How to make a Fingerprint ID Nerf Gun

My initial plans were to have the Arduino on the side with the power-pack and have the fingerprint ID scanner on the left side of the gun so that it can read the thumb print
Hardware components:
Arduino Nano
Fingerprint Scanner
9g 180° Micro Servo    

Project 4. How to make a Smart Rock-Paper-Scissors Game Robot

When finishing reading this tutorial, you will find those very simple devices, principles and technologies can help you build very interesting equipment.

Hardware list:

Project 5. FireBeetle Board-ESP32 Tutorials: Reforming a Small electric Fan

The instrument not just can record steps (and calories) at real time, but show time. What is special is that the format of showing is pointer.

Hardware in need:

Project 6 A Christmas present for cute kid & girl - A Clever Rabbit Hat - an EMG sensor based
Things you may need in this project:
  1. Gravity: Analog EMG Sensor by OYMotion   ×1
  2. Beetle - The Smallest Arduino       ×1
  3. Lithium Battery Charger         ×1
  4. 3.7 V Lithium Battery        ×1
  5. 9g 180° Micro Servo   ×2
  6. Rabbit Hat   ×1
  7. Needles and Thread
  8. Two-step Toggle Switch  ×1
  9. Elastic (Width: 1.5cm Length: 40cm) ×1
  10. Stick ×2
  11. Hot Melt Adhesive
Project 7: Micro:bit Missile Launcher

Hardware components: 

Project 8: micro:bit Laser Target

The ambient light sensor sensor detects the intensity of the laser pointer. If it is greater than 400, it will sound the buzzer and the servo will make the target fall and up. Game over when it reaches 10. Press A to reset score to 0.

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9g 180° Micro Servo (1.6kg)

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