I wanted to know if I am the only one in the universe experiencing this (since google doesn’t help me out).
I have a really really basic test for Servo object and it works fine on Hitec HS-300 analog servo.
But when I hook up a brand new ES9257 things get really weird. The servo starts shaking like it has an epilectic seasure .
In fact looking closer at arduino it seems to be booting constantly.
“So the servo takes more current than USB can provide” - it thought and started feeding arduino(mega) with external power.
Taking the servo source from Vin-pin.
No change … the analog servo works and digital get the seizure.
So I checked the wall wart and it is rated 1A … surely this is enough for one servo ?
The cables on ES are not red black and yellow, but more like brown,red and orange.
I am assuming that they represent roughly the same things as the brighter ones on Hitec.
red - plus 5v
black/brown - ground
yellow/orange - signal
Servo myservo; // create servo object to control a servo
myservo.attach(9); // attaches the servo on pin 9 to the servo object