littleBits o11 servo

SKU: 650-0042

The servo is a controllable motor that can swing back and forth, or be turned to a specific position. Try attaching a flag to the servo to make it wave back and forth!

Cross Axle: This servo has a cross axle shaft that works with any littleBits accessory with a cross axle opening. 

Hub Mount: Note that this bit is NOT compatible with the following kits.
 - Space Rover Inventor Kit
 - Cross axle mechanical arm (not available separately)
 - Cross axle motorMate (not available separately)

For a replacement servo bit for the kits and accessories above, see the "Servo: cross axle"

Servo mount bucket is available here for attaching to mounting boards.

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Title: servo (cross axle)
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