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If the servo is connected to power but the signal wire is not connected, is it supposed to move? When I connect the servo to power, it twitches for a second. what does this mean?
Can you see anything wrong with this: Using two relays connected to a microcontroller to act as signal switches, and connecting the signal wire of each servo to the output of each relay? And both servos are connected to the same power source.
The servos were not giving the right amount of torque, so I measured the voltage as the servos were moving. The voltage dropped to about 3.5 V when they moved and then went back up to about 5 V when they weren't moving. I guess they weren't getting enough current...What's the best way to fix this?
Also, if a servo is rated at 6 V max and the voltage I measured from the power source was found to be 6.22, is this significant enough to completely burn out the servo?
So if the MOSFET is the best solution to this problem, I was wondering why a relay doesn't work?