9g Micro Servo



Makeblock 9g Micro Servo Pack is a servo pack for beginners who like to make stuff move , it contains a 9g servo, a servo hub, a servo bracket and hardwares. The 9g Micro Servo can rotate approximately 180 degrees, it works like standard servos but of course not as strong as a standard servo.

With the servo hub and servo bracket, it may be convenient to connect the servo with other parts. A Me RJ25 Adapter also help you to connect the servo with Me Orion easily.


  • Small volume and light weight
  • Compatible with Me RJ25 Adapter
  • A servo hub and a servo bracket are included.





7 thoughts on “9g Micro Servo”

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  3. I’ve bought the servo package which includes this servo. Using a simple sketch to move it in 5% increments from 0 to 180, I can get it to go to around 140-150, but it stops at that point. I’ve included a stop at 90% so I know it’s centering correctly, but it will not move past that 140-150deg mark.
    Any ideas?

    (by the way, love the products and site. IMMENSE improvements in such a short time. I’ve purchased mBot v1(BT version), a starter tank with 2.4ghz, plus megapi and a couple Orion and other stuff, along with a slew of sensors. No problems so far – at least none with your stuff, can’t say the same about my code!)

  4. I just noticed on the instructions for the setup of the pan/tilt kit, it says to set the first servo to 90deg before assembling and use 72deg in the code to accomplish that.

    The servo I’m having trouble with swivels past what I call 0 deg in code, stops dead on center at 90 deg in code and doesn’t go all the way to 180 deg in code on the other side. Should I reposition the servo (with power off) to be centered at 72 deg in code? Seems that would go through the entire 180deg movement then.

    If so, is there a table for converting position (absolute) with position in the code? In other words, if 72 in code = 90 in absolute, is there a calculation that allows me to use that in the programming? I use the pan servo motor to move the ultrasonic sensor through the 180 deg arc looking for objects, then turn the robot to match the position the sensor found open. Hard to do that if you’re expecting 90 to be 90.

    1. Hi Al S.

      This issue is normal since it brings some deviation while ackage the Arduino program to graphical program.
      I am afraid there is no table for converting position. Please kindly test it and program for it according to actual situation.

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