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gbm

The idea is simple, remove the static and noisy servo regulation part of a wheeled robot building. Every bot builder passes hours regulating servos because they never stay turned off. The potentiometer system like parallax is sick and nonsense. For this reason I design a new modification that adds a very important input to arduino of our servos:

http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=it&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&sl=it&tl=en&u=http://www.gioblu.com/tutorials/azionamenti/170-modifica-rotazione-continua-microservi-parte-iii

To read the code go to this page:
http://www.gioblu.com/tutorials/azionamenti/170-modifica-rotazione-continua-microservi-parte-iii

Google translate mungles my code I don't know why.
I hope you consider elegant my idea   ;)
Community robotica / programmazione Arduino
www.gioblu.com

marcz

Congratulazioni gbm!

Really nice improvement. Are you working professionally in mechatronics/contro area?

Saludos

designer2k2

Für die deutschsprachigen: "Tedesco" übersetzt auf Deutsch  ;)

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Looks great, fo you have a video to show how it works compared to the "old way" ?

How to make it when the servo drives with higher voltage as the arduino?
A lot of projects run the servo power direct from some 7,2V batterys and the arduino trough a 5V regulator...
http://www.designer2k2.at

bld

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How to make it when the servo drives with higher voltage as the arduino?

I think a voltage divider would do the trick.
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Patrik

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Nov 08, 2010, 03:19 pm Last Edit: Nov 08, 2010, 03:19 pm by X-firm Reason: 1
This has noting to do with the subject but how do you make so nice images with the arduino and the breadboard?
The balancing robot for dummies guide
http://www.x-firm.com/?page_id=145

bld

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This has noting to do with the subject but how do you make so nice images with the arduino and the breadboard?


http://fritzing.org/
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Patrik

Tanks for the link.. It looks great...
The balancing robot for dummies guide
http://www.x-firm.com/?page_id=145

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