Did you ever know that software serial cannot operate during the servo signal is high? WHY?? This is because of signal collision will occur between both signals when we give a command of software serial to operate during signal of the servo is high.
Most of the people do not know which motor is suitable for their mini projects, Final Year project and other projects. They just use try and error method to find out which motor is the most suitable for their project. Let’s figure it out on How to choose the suitable motor according to your project.
Since many students and hobbyists are using RC servo in their projects, let’s take a look at the RC servo (servos for short). The purpose of this information is to give an overview of how servos operate and how to communicate with them.
Wondering how to control the RC servo motor through your PC/laptop? In this project, we are going to explore on how to control two RC servo’s position through the serial monitor of Arduino programmer. By sending the position from 0 to 180 will determine the servo position.
Yes, it’s really hard to think of a robot with only 4 RC servos without any other actuator. The most common robot is wheel robot with only 2 360 degree rotate RC servos. But, actually you can notice that there is other examples of robot that build from 4 RC servos. One of them is Biped Walker. Thus, today i try to build this robot to test the performance. Another reason is recently we have come out with new product called IFC-RS08 which stand for RC Servo Card (8 Channel RC Servo Controller) and would like to build a application from this product. The construction are pretty easy if compare with other 6 RC Servo Biped. I use roughly 3-4 hours to successfully build and program this robot.