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Servo adapter for blinds

by OmoBeanz, published

Servo adapter for blinds by OmoBeanz May 16, 2017
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This is an adapter to attach a Futaba S3003 servo to the hexagonal shaft of a blind. The blind is from Home Depot called "Cut-to-Width Faux Wood Blind". This should work on a variety of blinds though. You will need to cut off the mounting holes of the servo on one side to get it to fit into the channel. I am using a NodeMCU to control it.

More info on the project:
http://blog.assome.com/2017/05/automated-blinds-with-smartthings-and.html

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Prusa

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Prusa Clone

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that's exactly what I am looking for to turn our blinds at home.
we have exactly the same blinds and I only got the blue little servo motor, will that be enough power to turn the blind?
I am heading to the blog page for more detail

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