I am currently using the XH430-V350 motor, I noticed that the stall torque is 3.3 Nm, but the performance graph only goes to ~2.24Nm, is it 2.24 the largest torque it can run continuously? Is there a torque relationship between the current for torques > 2.24 Nm? Thanks
The recommended continuous torque rating for DYNAMIXEL X series servos is approximately 20% of the rated stall torque. In this case, it would be somewhere around .66Nm.
The torque/current relationship continues along the same general proportional trajectory as shown in the graph, hitting 3.3Nm when at it’s .7A maximum current draw.
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