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Servomotor with Controller V.2

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Author: dadido3

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Filesize: 32.76 kB

Date added: 2009-07-15

Rating: 6

Downloads: 624

Views: 1028

Comments: 2

Ratings: 3

Times favored: 0

Made with: Phun


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Two synchron Servomotors controlled by a servocontroller.

(Now its not a real Servomotor, because there is no measurement of the current position/angle)

1.) To Select Mode press one of these numpad-keys:
0 = Off
1 = Rotation
2 = Sine
3 = Position

2.) Change the Speed or Position with the Arrow Keys
(Left = -1 Right = +1 Down = 0)

Useful Variables:
Set the Mode here

Here you can set the speed (when Mode = 1or2) or the Position (when Mode = 3)

Much fun with it;)
Last edited at 2009/07/16 16:22:48 by dadido3
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Great! Much improved over your older controller. Now I don't use a bouncing ball to set the mode and you can actually do everything and stuff! :)
An improvment you could make is to add a control to be able to change the servo power, because I see that's apparently a setting you can change. The sticks are not stright up and down at pos 0, and you forgot to glue the control and console to the background.

Besides that stuff (which is all fairly minor), This is perfect. I give it a 9/10.
Doesn't work. The motors don't turn. :tdown: :tdown: