Mini Maestro Servo Contrôleur USB 24 canaux - assemblé
The 24-channel Mini Maestro 24 raises the performance bar for serial servo controllers with features such as a native USB interface and internal scripting control. Whether you want the best servo control available (0.25μs resolution with built-in speed and acceleration control and pulse rates up to 333 Hz) or a general I/O controller (e.g. to interface with a sensor or ESC via your USB port), this compact, versatile device will deliver. This fully-assembled version ships with header pins installed.
Size: 1.10" x 2.30"
Weight: 12.2 g
Baud: 300 - 200000 bps1
Minimum operating voltage: 5 V
Maximum operating voltage: 16 V
Supply current: 40 mA2
Partial kit?: N
1 Autodetect works from 300 - 115200 bps.
2 With USB disconnected and all LEDs on. Connecting USB draws around 10 mA more.
Documentation and other information
Pololu Maestro Servo Controller User’s Guide (Printable PDF) User’s guide for the Pololu Micro Maestro 6-channel USB Servo Controller and the Pololu Mini Maestro 12-, 18-, and 24-Channel USB Servo Controllers.
Pololu USB Software Development Kit The Pololu USB SDK contains example code for making your own applications that use native USB to control the Jrk Motor Controller, Maestro Servo Controller, Simple Motor Controller, or USB AVR Programmer.
Sample Project: Simple Hexapod Walker (Printable PDF) This is a step-by-step tutorial showing you how to use the Pololu Micro Maestro to build a simple six-legged walking robot. The total parts cost is about $72.
Application Note: Using AutoHotkey with Pololu USB Products (Printable PDF) An application note about using AutoHotkey for Windows to control Pololu USB products.
Maestro Servo Controller Windows Drivers and Software (release 130422) (5MB zip) This ZIP archive contains the installation files for the Maestro Control Center, the Maestro command-line utility (UscCmd), and the Maestro drivers for Microsoft Windows.
Maestro Servo Controller Linux Software (release 150116) (124k gz)
This tar/gzip archive contains the binary executable files for the Maestro Control Center and the Maestro command-line utility (UscCmd) for Linux.
Pololu Maestro guia de usuario (1MB pdf) A Spanish version of the user’s guide for the Pololu Micro Maestro 6-channel USB Servo Controller and the Pololu Mini Maestro 12-, 18-, and 24-Channel USB Servo Controllers, provided by customer Jaume B.
Dimension diagram of the Mini Maestro 12-Channel USB Servo Controller (244k pdf)
Mini Maestro 12-Channel USB Servo Controller drill guide (52k dxf) This DXF drawing shows the locations of all of the board’s holes.
3D model of the Mini Maestro 12-Channel USB Servo Controller (11MB step)
Dimension diagram of the Mini Maestro 18-Channel USB Servo Controller (222k pdf)
Mini Maestro 18-Channel USB Servo Controller drill guide (64k dxf) This DXF drawing shows the locations of all of the board’s holes.
3D model of the Mini Maestro 18-Channel USB Servo Controller (13MB step)
Dimension diagram of the Mini Maestro 24-Channel USB Servo Controller (249k pdf)
Mini Maestro 24-Channel USB Servo Controller drill guide (81k dxf) This DXF drawing shows the locations of all of the board’s holes.
3D model of the Mini Maestro 24-Channel USB Servo Controller (15MB step)
Maestro Movement Calculator (7k html) This program estimates how long the Maestro will take to perform a servo movement based on the configured speed and acceleration limits for the servo. It is packaged as an HTML file that you can run by downloading and then opening in any modern web browser.
Getting Started with the Maestro Servo Controller In this short video, Pololu engineer Emily shows how easy it is to get started with Maestro servo controllers.
Pololu Maestro Servo Controller library for Arduino This library allows you to control Maestro Servo Controllers from an Arduino.
Polstro: C++ serial interface library for the Maestro Polstro is a cross-platform C++ library for controlling a Maestro over its serial interface. Jacques Bitoniau created this library for his quadcopter control system, which is described in this blog post.
Maestro Support for RoboRealm The Pololu Maestro RoboRealm module provides a way to interface the visual processing of RoboRealm into servo movements using the Pololu Maestro USB Servo Controller. Released February, 2010.
Paparazzi Autopilot for Linux Patrick Hickey and Bradley Lord use a Pololu Micro Maestro for servo output and a Pololu 4 servo multiplexer to support manual control override in their model aircraft autopilot project. Published February, 2010.
Obstacle Avoider A simple obstacle-avoiding robot based on the Maestro, using continuous-rotation servos and distance sensors. The robot is programmed using the Maestro’s internal scripting language, without the need for an additional microcontroller. By TomatoWire, June 2010.
RGB shoji lamp This Japanese-style lamp was made from laser-cut parts and uses an RGB LED Satellite Module 001, a ShiftBar, and a Pololu Mini Maestro 12-channel servo controller. By Kevin Chang, April 2013.
Micro Maestro and 12-channel Mini Maestro Cases 3D models of cases that cover the bottom of the 6-channel Micro Maestro and 12-channel Mini Maestro servo controllers.
Raspberry Pi – Real Time Control via Android HTML5 Demo code to do web-based real time control of the Pololu Micro Maestro 6 channel servo controller using the Raspberry Pi and the Tornado web server. By MartinSant, November 2012.
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 The Microsoft .NET Framework version 3.5 is required for many Pololu configuration, control, and utility programs under Windows. Most computers will have this installed already or can automatically install it over the internet, but you can also get .NET 3.5 directly from Microsoft at this link. If you are installing on a computer without internet access, make sure to get the Full Redistributable Package.