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Hi friends!
I have a programming problem, I want to control a motor via a gprs shield (arduino sim 900: http://www.evola.fr/product_info.php/shield-gprs-p-183) But the trouble is I can not get out .. the goal is that I send a sms as "open" that would make a 90 ° turn to the engine and "close" which will give it in its original position ..
if you had a program similar to that which I am interested because I'm interested galley and it is a project noted by my teacher ..
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The easiest motor for this is a servo. With the servo library, you can easily send commands like "move to 90 degrees", "move to 180 degrees" or whatever. The internet is full of examples.
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yes but the problem is in the shield Gprs (sim900 Seeedstudio) and I can not understand how AT commands works .. I do not know if I should use the "AT command test."
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