I am making electronic tests and some of my servo motors make sounds and vibrate when they are connected, anyone has this problem?
could it be the quality of the ones I have? I am using a different battery to move them.. any tips?
MG995 are very powerful, it draw a lot of current, it will vibrate if you power supply have not enough current. your power supply must at least capable of supplying 2.5A of current. If you want to use MG995 for the index finger, remember to add a small poly switch internally to limit its current and also torque.
If you still having vibration problem even using high current power source, then I will suggest you to connect a capacitor in between the + and – pin for the MG995, the capacitor value need to be higher possible, at least 1000uF or above.
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