- Joined Jul 1, 2023
Quick question: In a robotic arm I am making, the servo motors with the highest torque will be 40 kg-cm (these: https://www.amazon.nl/-/en/dp/B0C64NLF1Q) with a current draw of ≈ 4-5 amps. Every other servo draws less current than this. Would standard 22 AWG servo wires (like these https://www.amazon.nl/-/en/dp/B08728B6HB) be suitable for connecting the servo to power and to the microcontroller (Arduino Mega), or is there another type of wiring/connection method I can use that is better? I know I cannot loosely attach wires to the servo due to complications caused by EMI, but I'm not really sure about how else I could optimize wiring and what type of wires to use to connect the servos to power and PWM. Note that I will be using a power distribution board (https://www.amazon.nl/-/en/dp/B0814B5P5M) to deliver power to each individual servo, of which there will be 7.