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You can also use and arduino to do it. Have a look at thishttp://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=126604.0 the post by shahar seems to show that it works. I think he also has a youtube video,
He also mentions in his post in the arduino forum that there is a 2 second lag between the stick movement and the output voltage. I think he needed to use a smaller capacitor and/or resistor. You may also need a buffer amplifier if you need to use the output voltage to drive something.
Push them into an RC circuit - try 10K into 100uF.
No result, fails to:
0 min, 5 MAX.
No it doesn't.
Thanks, I've tried with resistor and capacitor.
The problem is that I never 0 to 5 min max.
As no longer do.
I believe that
Arduino may be made more effective?
Reading on an ordinary meter, it may well not do. There will be some ripple after the conversion. Better is to use an amplfier after the Original RC filter.
I need: PWM to Analog Vdc.
Convert signal PWM (servo signal) to Analog Vdc.
http://www.electro-tech-online.com/threads/pwm-to-analog-output-r-c-radio-to-control-analog-joystick-functions-any-ideas.91486/ Is there a specific application that might have another solution to the problem?
Posted:Mar 28, 2014
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