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Ok so I got some tips for those who had the same problem than me concerning the servos:- You need a specific power supply for the servos, the one from the board isn't enoughI used a 9v supply and it worked wellThe ground of the 9v supply has to be the same than the board- For the supply of the MPU, you shoukd connect it on the 3v3The MPU-6050 is a 3v3 device, some have integrated regulators and some don'tIf you connect to 5v and it doesnt have a regulator you will damage it
Hello,I've ordered servos in order to replace my gimbalSo now I have exactly the same mounting than described in your tutorial, with two 9g servosHowever, I have a problem that apparently other people have : the servos are not movingDo you have an idea of how I can manage to have it working ?Thanks a lot
Oh I see, I didn't know there was such a difference, your link was very interesting thank youI'll try with a real servo and keep you informedI'll also try to learn and apply how to use a gimbal if possiblr, at least I know what to search nowThanks :)
Brushless Gimbal with Arduino
Thank you for your quick answerI've managed to compile the code sucessfully, and it shows no error when sending it to the arduino chipHowever, once transfered, it looks like nothing happens, the servo doesn't even rotate to calibrate, and when I'm moving the gyro it doesn't move eitherAs I said, I'm using only one servo, could it be the problem ?I attach you a picture of my mountingThank you very much
Hello,I'm a huge beginner with Arduino, and I have a few questions for you- First of all, will this software work if I'm using only one servo ? (I'm trying to stabilize only one axis for my hardware)- I followed all the steps from the beginning, the .ino file is stocked in a folder on my desktop. When I first tried to compile, it asked for several libraries, which I put in the same folder than the .ino file (as mentionned in the error message "C:\Users\Kathleen Legrand\Desktop\SERVO_w_GYRO_2\SERVO_w_GYRO_2.ino:48:20: fatal error: I2Cdev.h: No such file or directory"After putting all the libraries in the folder, when I compile the code I have a long list of error messages (see attached image)Could you please help me with that ?Thank you very much :)
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