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This Micro Maestro controler have up to 6 channels and will make great job with servo motors and offering appealing features like native USB interface, scripting language. That small board is a high performance controler offering versatile control services (0.25μs resolution with internal speed control and acceleration control). IF you need a I/O controler to manipulate GPIOs then the Maestro will also do the job! (GPIOs to wire sensors or controling speed/ESC via USB).
As the Maestro is fully assembled, the board is ready to use out-of-the-box :-)
Note: ESC means Electronic Speed Controler, ESC is an hardware solution used to control motor speed.
The board is versatile and offer GPIO handling in a very compact formfactor (36.08mm × 27.94mm) and can be controled in 3 differents ways:
The channels can be configured as servo's output to act as a radio RC controler or to control motor speed (ESCs). Channels can also be configured as digital output or analog input. The high resolution pulse limit the servo's jitter at 200 ns, this make the Meastro really a great controler for high performance application like robot & animatronic control. This Maestro have built-in speed and acceleration control for each channel allowing to create smooth and seamless movement without the need of computer's computation to achieve the goal.
The Maestro can be daisy-chained with other Pololu's servo controler and motor controler.
A free configuration and servo control software is available for Windows & Linux. This software allows you to configure and test the Maestro via USB connexion, to create movement sequences with servos (for anomatronic or walking robot). You can even use the software to write your own scripts, test the scripts and finally store them in the memory of the servo controler. Le micro Maestro have 1 Kio of internal memory to store the position and sequences for servos. Position and sequences can be "replay" witout a computer or microcontroler connected to the board.
If you need to store lot of servo position and/or sequence, you should have a look to the Maesto Mini serie (instead of Micro serie). Maestro Mini have 8 KB of memory storage (instead of 1KB).
As the Maestro channels can also be used as GPIO (general input output) or analog input, the channels can also read sensors values OR control externel peripheral from the computer (through USB and the Maestro). Those channels can be used with the scripting capability to create animatronic animation as response to an external event.
The Maestro product line goes far behind the control of servo-motor.
The Micro Maestro is completely assembled and have male connector with 2.54mm spacing (as shown on the product image). The Maestro product line also includes Micro Maestro 12, 18 & 24 channels Maestro. A USB A to mini-B câble (not included) is required to connect the Maestro to a computer. The Maestro's Mini & Micro have mounting holes of 2.18mm (for M2 screws M2).