For my thesis, I have to make a thrust vectoring nozzle that's controllable with a joystick.
At the same time, an artificial horizon or attitude indicator has to show the corresponding attitude of the plane.
I have sorted out the part how to control the nozzle, but I need your advice about controlling the artificial horizon.
The artificial horizon, works with 2 stepper motors that move the pitch and roll position of the indicator.
The artificial horizon is this one: http://www.simw.com/attitude-indicator-black-blue-gsa-34.html?___store=snl&___from_store=sen
with these connectors on the back:
Can someone explain to me how I should connect the arduino to this connector?
The stepper motors are powered through the white molex connector in the middle.
I'm a complete beginner in serial communication and I hope you guys could help me out