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Topic: Help me for my Continuous rotation servo?? (Read 4 times) previous topic - next topic

MRLUCKY

No its not loaded and not moving just make the zzzz sound

MRLUCKY

Ok, whats the deferent between the ground next to pin13 and the ground next to 5v???

Far-seeker


Ok, whats the deferent between the ground next to pin13 and the ground next to 5v???

Why, did it work correctly on one and not on the other?

MRLUCKY

No, Iam just asking  :) .

Ok, did any one now why did the servo didn't move although the code and connection are correct and the servo is unloaded??

I was doubtful that the Arduino it self has a problem in the input / Output.

So, I can't prof that until I can go back to the store and check the both with the engineer their.

See you     

Far-seeker


No, Iam just asking  :) .

Good, because if everything was functional correctly there really shouldn't be a difference.  There's more than one GND pin for two reasons, first to increase the total current that can be sunk through the board's power supply and second to make bundling wires easier (because there are grounds on both sides that have rows of pins).

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