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Using Ez-Robot Hdd Servos Instead Of Hs-805Bb On My Inmoov

I'm experimenting with HDD Servos on my InMoov, using them in place of the HS-805BB to stop the buzzing under heavy load.

I started with the Elbow servo and it seem to handle the weight etc, and no buzzing when holding up the arm, unlike when using the HS-805BB servos!
Seems to work well.

See quick video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bySzD2kxSSM

I'm not sure if they will be able to handle the shoulder/arm servos, but the stall torque figure of the HS805BB is 24 kg/cm against 19 kg/cm for the HDD servo at 6v, not much difference between them?

Cheers,
Chris.

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#1  
Mighty and smooth. Mighty smooth. :)

How do you find the sound level of these new servos while it's moving under load? Is it about as loud as the old servos you were using?
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#2  
Dave, I would say they are a bit more noisy when operating, but that could be down to the metal gears, rather than nylon on the HS805BB servos.

But no more buzzing which is Great!

Chris.
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#3  
Great info and video, thanks!
#4  
@cem

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HS805BB is 24 kg/cm against 19 kg/cm for the HDD servo at 6v, not much difference between them?

Remember though the peak torque of the ez robot servo (19kg/cm) comes at 7.4V, not 6v...
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#5  
True Richard.
They don't publish the stall torque of the HS805BB @ 7.4v as it's not really suppose to operation at that voltage, so can't do that comparison.

But these HDD's are mighty strong, and I reckon there be OK for the shoulder/arm servos? Anyway one way to find out!