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    Software Features

    Hardware Features

    The RX-64 Dynamixel Robot Servo Actuator is one of Robotis' most powerful smart actuators. It can provide a beastly 888 oz*in of torque, and it can traverse its entire 300° range in under 1 second. Each servo has the ability to track its speed, temperature, shaft position, voltage, and load. As if this weren't enough, the control algorithm used to maintain shaft position can be adjusted individually for each servo, allowing you to control the speed and strength of the motor's response. All of the sensor management and position control is handled by the servo's built-in microcontroller. This distributed approach leaves your main controller free to perform other functions.
    RX-64 Servo Documentation: RX-64/EX-106+ Technical Drawings & 3D Models:
    • RX-64 Dimensional Drawing (PDF)
    • RX-64 Dynamixel 3D Models (STP)
    • HN05 Series Servo Horn Drawings (DWG)
    • HN05 Series Servo Horn 3D Models (STP)
    • FR05 Series Frame Set Drawings (DWG)
    • FR05 Series Frame Set 3D Models (STP)
    Note: You can view DWG files using a free download of eDrawings Viewer. Various CAD apps support STP & DWG Files.
    RX-64 Stats
    Operating Voltage 18V 15V
    Stall Torque* 64 kg·cm
    888 oz·in
    53 kg·cm
    736 oz·in
    No-load Speed 0.162 sec/60° 0.198 sec/60°
    Weight 125g
    Size 40.2 x 61.1 x 41.0 mm
    Resolution 0.29°
    Reduction Ratio 1/200
    Operating Angle 300° or Continuous Turn
    Max Current 1200mA
    Standby Current 50 mA
    Operating Temp -5°C ~ 85°C
    Protocol RS485 Asynchronous Serial
    Module Limit 254 valid addresses
    Com Speed 7343bps ~ 1Mbps
    Position Feedback Yes
    Temp Feedback Yes
    Load Voltage Feedback Yes
    Input Voltage Feedback Yes
    Compliance/PID Yes
    Material Metal Gears &
    Engineering Plastic Body
    Motor Maxon RE-MAX
    Manual Download RX-64 manual
    Controller List USB2Dynamixel

    *Stall torque is the maximum instantaneous and static torque. ROBOTIS recommends that your robot or project uses 1/5 or less of the stall torque to create stable motions.

    Strength & Speed Chart of the Dynamixel Family