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Feetech FS90R 360° Continuous Rotation Micro Servo

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37-1335

Brand: Feetech MPN: FS90R
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The FS90R is an analog micro servo that is capable of continuous rotation clockwise or anti-clockwise, as opposed to moving to a set position. The servo is ideal for the beginning roboticist and is perfect for use with the Motor Shield for Arduino. The servo can be controlled using any servo code, hardware or library and to control with an Arduino, just connect the orange control wire to pin 9 or 10 and use the Servo library included with the Arduino IDE.

Also available is a wheel (37-1338) that can be attached directly to the servo. The servo and wheel are also available as a package (37-1336).


  • Good for making simple moving robots
  • Small dimensions means servo can fit in confined spaces
  • Lightweight
  • Operating voltage 4.8 to 6V
  • A 3-pin 10cm cable is available for connecting servos (37-1337)

Dimensions23.2 x 12.5 x 22mm
Weight9g
Operating speed110 rpm @ 4.8V, 130 rpm @ 6V
Stall torque1.3kg.cm @ 4.8V, 1.5kg.cm @ 6V
Operating voltage4.8 to 6V
DirectionCCW
Operating angleContinuous rotation
Required pulse900 to 2100µs
Connector wire length20cm

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