I want to power a continuously rotating servo, which I can control with an ON/OFF switch. From reading Robot Builder's Bonanza, it seems it's not as easy as hooking it up to a switch and battery. I'm surprised, since it's a DC motor and some gears. Is there a way to do this? Or do I need special control signals? If the latter, any suggestions on the best way to do this?
This is a very uncomplicated application. I want to turn it on manually to have the servo motor continuously rotate, and turn it off manually to make it stop. At some point I might be interested in having this controlled by my phone or a remote, but it's not needed now (however, any suggestions on this are welcomed as well).