Step 1: Installing Lynx SSC-32 Terminal
You can access the software from the installed programs section. It is call lynx term.
Step 2: Power Your SSC-32
Step 3: Set the Baud Rate
Step 4: Connect SSC-32 to the Computer
Select the Com port number that the SSC-32 is connected to on the Lynx terminal window section that is labeled port. Normally, when you start the lynx terminal utility it selects the port automatically. However, if it does not, click on the drop down menu and select the correct COM port and click on the connect button.
If none of the ports listed on the COM port drop down menu connects, check step 4 of the link listed below to see what you should do.
Lynx SSC-32 terminal
In my case the SSC-32 connected to COM 12 as shown in the diagram
Step 5: Connect the Servo Motor
To move the servo, enter commands in the terminal window and press enter to execute them. In my case i entered the command line #0P500T100 to move the servo, connected to pin 0, to position 500 (0 degree position) in a time interval of 100 milliseconds.
You can connect the servo to another pin and alter the code to correspond to what you want the servo to do. Play around with different pins, positions and times and see how the servo behaves.