The only thing is that i don't understand the setup of the two 4.7K resistors - you don't mean that i should just put them one after the other this way:
5V signal from Arduino (white wire)------- 4.7K Resistor1 ------ 4.7K Resistor2 ------- Servo signal input (again white wire)
You didn't mean to connect them this way, did you?
If you didn't, maybe you meant something like this, that i found on the following web page:
here is the page:
here is the connection diagram, that i think, maybe, you are referring to:
| servo |
Arduino white wire----| |----Resistor#2----0.0V black wire Arduino that servo already connected
|resistor #1 |
If this is what you meant, the problem is, that i don't understand that diagram....
Is the 0.0V the ground (black wire coming from the Arduino) or just the servo signal input (white wire)? If it is the black wire- then in my case, the servo is already connected to the black wire (the black wire coming from the Arduino)?... so i only need to take care that Resistor 2 is connected also to that black wire coming from the Arduino?
This means that i only need to punch a little hole, on the white wire insulation, the wire that connects the Arduino signal to the servo signal - and from that soldering point, to connect the two resistors, one after the other, and the end of resistor number 2, to connect and solder to a little hole i do on the black wire insulation, the one that runs from the Arduino ground to the servo ground input?
This is confusing.....