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Arduino Nano based Microbot
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Hey bro what do u consider switching to off mode and on mode is that removing wire from some specific part of pin socket?
When you say on or off position can you be more specific??
Hey there, im wondering, can i bind my 107p transmitter into my s107 heli?
Leather Briefcase (Covert Edition)
I don't think gator clips are required for any of these steps, also, I didn't make a tool list. This only requires basic electronics tools like wire cutters, pliers, a soldering iron, and a small screwdriver.
My servos are already continuous. So i skip this step right?
Gater clips??Shouldnt this have been at the front of the project for tools and parts needed.
Add Radio to a Syma S107 IR Helicopter (or any other IR device)
That capacity will be enough, but many small LiPo batteries are 3.7V, and some arduino boards are 5V. If you have one that runs on 3.3 then a 3.7V cell should be fine. If it has a 5V regulator it might not power on.
Would a 500mah battery work?
It's a great robot I commented on it over 3 years ago and have been waiting to finally make it I just don't know which batteries to use
What types of batteries can I use and what must they have?
It will work with a wide range of values, it's just working as a voltage divider to give the servo control IC a reference voltage that is right in the middle. In this case since the positive voltage is 5V and the other end is ground (0V) and the two resistors are equal, you get 2.5V.The servo usually works by comparing the potentiometer voltage to the target voltage and setting the speed proportional to the difference, so that the further it is from the target position the faster it will move, and it will stop when it gets there. By setting the feedback voltage fixed in the middle of the range it moves at a speed which is proportional to the target voltage minus the middle voltage, so that it stops when it gets a neutral signal and runs faster in one direction or the other depending on the command.But more to your question, any values that match eachother will work so long as they aren't so low that they effectively short out the controller (if you used say 7 ohms the power would all go through your resistors and the system would shut down) or so high that the reference voltage is undetectable. So anything from 2k to 1M should work, maybe even outside that range.
what will happen if I use more than 10k resistor? Will the servo work?
Beautiful robot (y)
Motion activated dropping spider, low cost, no programming
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