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The Smart and Comprehensive Servo Tester 2

Does anyone here ever involve with Servo Tester 2 before? Well, if you didn’t know what this Servo Tester 2 all about, a combination of hardware and software is used to make a pulse width signal between 1 and 2ms. Technically, the signals will be used to control common R/C servos. Today, you’ll have the chance to challenge yourself, by simply develop a smart and comprehensive Servo Tester 2! The Servo Tester 2 can be generates two separate signals to drive two servos and it has its own sweep mode for stress testing servos. The LCD that being applied on this project is the 2×16 character LCD. Since this is a very simple interface, thus it can access all features with just a single rotary knob with the integrated push button! Plus, the RS-232 connection will allow you to write your very own program and it can be used to control every feature of the tester. Lastly, you’re allowed to use the Servo Tester 2 hardware and software because both of them are free. As a result, you can copy,… Continue reading

Expand Your Creativity Horizon Starting with the Servo Motor Today

Servomotor is one of the most common electronic components, and you can control the servomotor position by only using the value returned from analog sensor. Servos also the easiest way to get you started with a microcontroller related with motion. Those components you needed are: Breadboard 22-AWG hookup wire Arduino microcontroller board 10K ohm resistors Flex sensors, and of course RC Servomotor Ok, let’s start the project. Firstly, you need to connect power and ground on the breadboard to power and ground from the microcontroller. Use the 5V and any of the ground connections on the Arduino module (Please refer the above figure). Continue reading