Servo Motor Control Using Arduino


Servo motor can rotate from 0 to 180 and 180 to 0 degree with in a second. This sensor consumes very low power and easily detects bugs and errors.

Servo motor control using Arduino or Nodemcu helps to make a great user-friendly project. Also, user can customize it with clockwise and anti-clockwise timer. Likewise, this sensor makes project more simple by adding flexibility.

Background Reading

The servo motor sensor is use for rotating any kind of device from 0 degree to 90 – 180 degree. So, it uses digital pin with exactly 5-volt power supply for an accurate data result. Most often, this kind of sensor is use as a joint for a flexible move. Also, it allows certain control of acceleration, velocity and position.

Similarly, servo motor sensor plays a vital role in a project, which works as an automatic rotate with a timer in it. A timer is set through a micro controller that commands servo to turn from 0 – 180 and 180 – 0 in a certain time interval. The cost of the sensor is around $3.

servo motor sensor

servo motor sensor with its pin details


  1. So, it rotates clockwise and anti-clockwise with a timer on it.
  2. Low power consumption.
  3. Moreover, the cost of sensor is very cheap.

Technology used

Things to know

  1. Servo motor control needs 5Volt power for the running the device without data fluctuation.
  2. You need jumper cables for connection.
  3. Also, you have to keep sensor in a low distance, so that exact data can be extracted.
  4. The pins must be plug i properly, else data will fluctuate.

Therefore, click on below button to download this project.

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