Servo? Answered

Whenever I connect an arduino to power (which has servos connected to it) the servos always go to the 90 degrees position first and then go through the code. Any way to prevent this from happening?

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servos?

Where can i find a battery opperated servo to push a button every so many seconds

Topic by colmon9   |  last reply


servo board

Fount this on my daily Internet rumage. its a board that turns a servo in sequence with a poteniomiter. wonder if it could be made to control a more powerful motor?

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Huge Servo?

I read the instructable on how to turn a servo into a a geared motor, but with that board that is taken out of the servo, could you attach that to any motor and make much larger servos? kc

Topic by kcedgerton   |  last reply


Servo help

Do I need a motor shield for my arduino to use servos? Also where can i find REALLY cheap servos?

Topic by Alcreion   |  last reply


spraypainting a servo

Does anyone here have any advise on how to best spraypaint a servo or if it can even be done without causing damage to the servo. thanks

Topic by budsiskos   |  last reply


Servo to shaft ? Answered

Hello, I would like to ask if there is a way to couple a servo motor to a shaft. Thanks.

Question by flonect   |  last reply


PIcaxe servo? Answered

How to i control a servo with the picaxe can someone explain in detail i saw in the command section the servo and servopos commands but didnt quiet get it can someone plzzz explain it to me ang give a eg code for making a servo move from side to side .

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Servo Position

Hey i was trying to control the servo using joystick(potentiometer). i am but stuck at a problem when joystick is at center servo is at 90° when i move the joystick to left, servo sets at 0° and when i release the joystick it came back to its 90° but when i move the joystick to right, the server does sets to 180° but does not come back to 90° on release the joystick, it sets to a little more than 90° like 100° what could be the problem ? #include Servo servo; int sp ; int js_x; void setup() { servo.attach(3); } void loop() { sp= map(js_x ,0 ,1023, 0, 180); servo.write(sp); }

Topic by DabuHackker   |  last reply


Arduino And Servo

Hi..  i want a motor which can drive my robot at humans normal walking speed.. and also whose speed can be controlled dynamically.. Can anyone plz suggest me such servo or any dc motor.. motor should be compatible with arduino uno..?? 

Topic by amolamol   |  last reply


Motors and servos

Please all, what motor could I use to create a to/fro movent?

Topic by ijem   |  last reply


SG90 servos

I have some SG90 servo motors.I just bought some mini lasers on Ebay.I programmed an arduino to oscillate the servo back and forth 45 degrees.I mounted a tiny laser on the servo arm. I want to repeat this 20 times and make a moving laser show to be incorporated into my Christmas lights next year. I'm thinking I could mount the servos under the roof overhang and have them pointing down at the sidewalk, sweeping back and forth. My question is how reliable are these servos? Will they run for 5 hours a night every night in December? I have one on my desk sweeping back and forth and it seems ok, but I haven't run it for a month either. Thanks in advance

Question by sdtag   |  last reply


servo motor

Ok i was wondering if anyone can send me a parts list and very detailed directions and how to make a compact servo that i can make lift 150lbs and yes i know its a dawnting task  but i have fait in yee becuz idk how to do it myself :\ but whom ever does this will be listed on my finished product and credited on my product thank you and good luck :)

Topic by prini   |  last reply


sensors and servos

I am working on a piece where I need to hook up 7 servo motors to the arduino (each rotating at a different speed, some in one direction, others in the other) but basically an on/off with a motion sensor. I am using a full rotation servo. I amusing an infrared sensor but the servo is still moving (awkwardly and jerky) when not sensing motion, but then runs as normal.Here is the code I am using (right now, I am only at 1 servo – trying to get the sensor right first) : #include Servo myservo;int potPin = 0; //analog pin used to connect the sensor int ledPin = 9; //select pin for the servoint val = 0; //variable to read the value from the analog pin void setup(){   myservo.attach(9); //set up the servo as usual pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT); //variable to store the value coming from the sensor   Serial.begin(9600); //for watching the speeds in the serial monitor} void loop() { val = analogRead(potPin); // read the value from the sensor   val = map(val,0,600,0,255); if (val>80) digitalWrite(ledPin, HIGH); //turn the ledPin on    else if (val<80) digitalWrite(ledPin, LOW); //turn the LedPin off   Serial.println(val); delay(10); } – any suggestions?

Topic by wwischer 


Servo Help!

First of all, I'm not the best with Technology projects, just putting it out there in case its an obvious answer. Anyway, I have an arduino project that im working on. All it is is a servo that spins after 24 hours, I thought it would be a simple project (I've worked with arduino a little bit) and I wired it up correctly, I'm sure of that, but after I coded the program, the servo wouldn't spin! It just made a dull buzzing sound. At first  I thought it was my program, so i tried just about every basic "sweep" program i could find online about servos. Every program had the same result, a faint buzzing sound and no spinning. Next i thought, maybe the 5v wasn't enough to power the microservo, so i used a external 9v and ended with the same result, buzzing, no movement. Can Anyone Help me?! Please! Is it just a simple solution? Or is my arduino micro controller not working! Please help me because i would like to enter the project in a contest that ends soon! Thank You!

Topic by Waztsn   |  last reply


has anyone tried to 3d print a 9g servo case?

Any one out there ever modeled a 9g micro servo to 3d print specialty mods cases i want something like this https://www.instructables.com/id/3D-Printed-RC-Serv... but for a 9g servo

Question by whirl55   |  last reply


Where can I find some used servos? What can I look for that has servos in them I can extract them out of.

I am looking for some servos to make some pan & tilts for my security camera system. I have 4 cams so I'll probably need about 8 servos right. Thank you

Question by madrasi   |  last reply


Simultaneous but different servo sweeps with four servos?

Hi I want to run a sweep command for 4 servos off of one Arduino Uno simultaneously, but each at different rates. Currently I have figured out how to run 4 servos simultaneously but at the same rate, and how to run each at a different rate, but not simultaneously.  

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Arduino & Servo problem - servo overshooting/inaccurate

Hello Forum! So I'm planning to build a robotic arm and I'm testing servos for direct response to input values in degrees, in order to later build a code for forward and inverse kinematics. My problem is as follows: I've written some code to pass numbers to the motor from the keyboard. But my motor seems to be horribly innacurate and... well when I tell it to set itself at angle 90, it goes to like 110 or so. And in order to go from 0 to 180, I must pass 165 instead, because the servo goes beyond a half-full angle. Is it the motors fault or there should be some kind of additional feedback loop somewhere? With reactions like those, I could hardly build an RC car, not mentioning a robot. I add the code and I have filmed issue.     vid 2: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_oVtjTRcVtwTnRtQWJxd1NJSEk/view?usp=sharing     vid 1: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_oVtjTRcVtwdWg3ek80MUxLaEk/view?usp=sharing I count on you guys! Thanks in advance! #include Servo myservo; int Input(0); void setup() {   myservo.attach(9);   myservo.write(180);   Serial.begin(9600);   Serial.println("system initialized");   Serial.println("input configuration value: "); } void loop() {   while (1)     {         while (Serial.available())         {           Input = atoi(Serial.readStringUntil('\n').c_str());             if(!(Input<0 || Input>180))             {                myservo.write(Input);                delay(15);                  Serial.println(Input);                Serial.println("input configuration value: ");             }             else             {                Serial.print(Input);                Serial.println("?");                Serial.println("y u do dis?");                        }         }         break;     }   delay(15);

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Controlling servo direction with arduino Answered

So, I'm trying to control two servo motors for a robotic arm. I can't seem to figure out how to make two servos go opposite directions at the same time. This is needed as I have two servos facing opposite directions driving the same beam (If they're told to go the same direction, because they are facing opposite directions, they'll rotate opposite directions). Currently I'm using this code to rotate them both: for(pos = 0; pos < 180; pos += 1)    {                                    myservo.write(pos);                  delay(15);                        } and then using the same code, only replacing the top part with   for(pos = 180; pos>=1; pos-=1) to return to the original position. How do I make both servos go opposite directions though, so they can both be used to lift a beam at the same time?

Question by 0xCyrusx0   |  last reply


Gears for Servos and Steppers

Hey guys (and gals), I've been researching this a lot, but I still haven't the solution.  When you are working on a project and you need a gear for your stepper or servo, where do you acquire it?  For example I work a lot with TowerPro 996 servos, but I haven't found any third parties selling gears for them.   Same thing for motors.  If you are using a stepper motor, like a NEMA or something where do you find a gear that attaches to it? 

Topic by Deft Punk   |  last reply


Anamatronic servo help!

I'm building a basic anamatronic arm, and I need help in the land of servos. I am pretty much new, so could someone explain to me what oz. inches are, and if possible, reccomend arduino- compatible servos? Thanks a bunch! 

Question by Mr. Jimmeh   |  last reply


A VERY simple Arduino Servo Tutorial?

I'm pretty much new to the arduino stuff and I was planning on making a biped robot. But first before all of that I need to know how to use servos. :P Is there someone out there that can maybe post a very easy to understand tutorial of how servos work? I've read ladyada's tutorial on the arduino. So basically I understand all of that but I'd like to know how to control servos and how to program them.

Question by Alcreion   |  last reply


Running several servos off an Picaxe 18m2.

Hi there.  I recently got a Picaxe 18m2 project board and I want to run up to eight servos off it, if thats even possible. Would I need a separate servo driver/controller for that number of servos or perhaps a different microcontroller? Any examples of code for operating more than one servo at a time would be appreciated also.  By the way, apart from reading 'Robot builders bonanza', my technical experience consists of operating 'Bigtrak' when I was about 12 and changing the odd plug. Cheers.

Topic by jonnymelon   |  last reply


WALL TRANSFORMER V BATTERY PACK FOR SERVOS

Hi there. While testing some code on three servos using my picaxe 18m2 project board I initially had them powered of the 4x1.5v battery pack. This was working smooth enough, but because I eventually plan to power seven servos (for a robot arm project) I thought I'd try using a 7.5v wall transformer but they didn't seem to like this as the smoothness of movement was gone as they slowed and sped up and were jittery.  Is the 7.5 a bit much, a few resistors maybe? Or prehaps capacitors would smooth things out. I'm not overly electronically gifted, robot builders guide is all I've got to go on. cheers. john. 

Topic by jonnymelon   |  last reply


Servos motion not smooth

Hi, im trying to program my servo to do a simple sweep (smooth motion). but instead it jerks a small degree everytime. the code i've used : #include Servo myservo;  // create servo object to control a servo void setup() {   myservo.attach(9);  // attaches the servo on pin 9 to the servo object } void loop() {   myservo.write(10);                  // sets the servo position according to the scaled value   delay(1000);                           // waits for the servo to get there   myservo.write(150);                  // sets the servo position according to the scaled value   delay(1000); }

Topic by fujiapple   |  last reply


Servo Controlled door

Hey I'm making an arduino controlled door. Will a servo provide enough torque to open and close a bedroom door?

Topic by fruitkid101   |  last reply


micro servo controlling?

hai guys, i have a micro servo motor . i planed to do hobby project with it . can any one guide me to make the servo turn around.  

Question by spicesharma   |  last reply


servo controlled by arduino

Hi everyone and thanks for looking. I wanted to conrtol a servo using ardunio. This is what I want the servo to do, I want to be able to flip a switch and have the servo move. switch in "off" position, servo is at rest flip the switch to "on" position, servo moves 90 degrees and holds switch to "off" position, servo returns to rest position I am just starting out with arduino and really didnt know what was need to acomplish this. any help would be great. Thanks in advanced

Topic by thirdGEARchirp   |  last reply


How to Control a Servo?

How do you control a servo? I know you can control it via Arduino or some other microcontroler, but can you control a servo with out the need of programing??? I know the servo has 3 wires red, black and yellow... and if what I heard is right, that yellow wire is for controlling it.... Thank you! Comodore

Question by comodore   |  last reply


change the speed of the Servos ?

I new in arduino and i'm building a robot arm how do i change the speed of the Servos ?

Question by mogy336   |  last reply


Picaxe and Servo problem

Ive been using this picaxe uC for a while and have had no problems, but in my latest project I wanted to pan a servo back and forth. Problem: for the life of me I can only get the servo to move in one direction. It is a GWS pico servo and I have "operated" it on 5v and 6v, so i dont believe it to be a voltage issue. coding issue perhaps? ( I have tried the SERVO command, the SERVO and SERVOPOS command, and even the correct PULSOUT commands to no avail) I have scoured other forums, even rev-ed.com's, but no one seems to have my same problem. As far as I know the SERVO command SHOULD work fine but doesnt. I have tried the commands with and without a 220 ohm resistor on the signal wire, but this seems negligible. When my picaxe 18x is loaded with any servo capable code and the connections are all hooked up, the servo simply moves all the way and stops. the only way i can "reset" my servo to its original position is by quickly removing and tapping the V+ or GND supply wire to the servo. after the servo has moved I can feel the tiny motor jiggle whenever I tap the signal wire as if trying to work. ANY suggestions are welcome!

Topic by Aleator777   |  last reply


Transform a Servo into stepper?

Hi, I'm wondering if it is possible to transform, with mecanisms like in watchmaking, a sigle servo into a stepper. When the servo turns left, a crank will turn of a fixed amount of degree in the clockwise direction. When the servo turns right, a crank will turn of a fixed amount of degree in the anti-clockwise direction. The main advantage of this is that we can have a stepper motor created with a servo. I'm searching such projects without results... Am I the first one to think about this ? How can I imagine such a mecanical project ? Thank you

Question by janolap1   |  last reply


why won't my picaxe 18m2 project board work?

Hi there. So i connected a servo to output 4, joined the 0v lines, had the two power sources, downloaded the sample code etc. Nothing happened. I tested the system using the LED test from the picaxe manual and that was fine. I must have tried to work the servo off the project board twenty times, until I removed the 18m2, placed it on a solderless breadboard, plugged the servo into the board, joined it all together with jumpers and as soon as I connected power the servo started preforming the code I downloaded while the 18m2 was still in the project board. So why won't it work connected to the project board? I've tried using another output and a resistor on the signal line.  If anyone has experience of working servos off a picaxe project board I'd appreciate a step by step walkthrough. As usual its probably something simple. thanks.

Question by jonnymelon   |  last reply


servo drive circuit

Does anyone know how to make the circuit like the ones inside srevo motors? I am designing a sumo bot with radio control. I need to use contenuously rotating motors with lots of power to drive the robot. I do know how to modify my servos so they contenuously rotate, but I don't think they will have enough power to push around the other robots. I would like to use one of my 12v gearmotors instead of the ones contained in servos, but I don't want to destroy my servos to do it.

Topic by Stingray   |  last reply


servo programming on arduino?

Hi, i need a help on my arduino project. i need to make daily program my servo motor on arduino. for example; 23:00 at night ,it should turn right 90';  8:00 at morning, it should turn left(back) 90' also; when i need; i should turn this servo, left-right manually via internet. how can i make this, which component i should use, which commands i should use?  any tutorial, or samples like this? i found some examples on instructables like using servo via internet, Control a Servo over the Internet etc. but i dont know how make this two option together. ps my arduino level: intermediate  tI appreciate any help that you can provide :)

Question by herneise   |  last reply


Servo SM-S4304R

After long time of searching, without success, i would like some help. I purchased one Sm-s4303r servo motor. My questions are: 1.How can i do it work for 3 seconds at normal speed and to stop it for example 12hours. To work 2 times per day. 2.What will be the suitable servo which can do 180° in every movement. I mean 180° now and the second (to complete the cycle 360) in 10 hours.. I would be glad if somebody could help me. Thanks, Chris

Topic by chris__p   |  last reply


Breadboard Circuit for a servo?

I am looking for someone that can tell me what to do on a basic electronic breadboard (what timer, resistors etc) to be able to create a circuit to drive a servo. Basically i am an over ambitious art student that wants to use a a servo on a timer to alternate between 0 and 90 every 5 seconds or so (i haven't decided what time i want it to be but figured i could adjust it?) I am learning about these things on a DIY basis but as i am short for time i want to get it sorted. Any help would be appreciated.

Topic by GF88 


Servo Mod help

Hi Every one thanks for looking at my post. I have a specific project where I need 8 servos which would need to rotate up to 360 degrees. Please note I do not need continuous rotation mod, which would make me loose servo angle control. Given that i ended up with 3 options 1. Buy a winch or sail servo - these are costly about $40 and not sure if they suite my need. 2. Add an additional gear with 1:2 or 2:1 ratio (not sure about the terminology) of the main servo gear ( attached to pot); Servo rotates about 230 degrees now, so limiting it to 180 degrees from code and with the additional gear and modification I can get a 360 rotation on the added gear and use that as my main servo drive. 3. Replace current potentiometer with a multi-turn one ( available for around $2) with similar resistance value, this along with the potentiometer gear stop peg removal would give more than 360 degree rotation. Servo control would not be effected as resistance value is same and angle must be limited from code to keep the potentiometer from going to the end limits. I am just preparing and calculating the current gear values to decide on the specs needs for the gear mod. I need to measure servo pot values to find a suitable multi-turn pot. I would really appreciate if any one could comment on my approach and any alternatives. I wish some one had tried these before and could share their experience. Thanks Satya

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Servos going crazy? Answered

So, I made this https://www.instructables.com/id/Make-A-Simple-Bidepal-Humanoid-Robot/ and after uploading the code for walking, instead of walking, the robot goes crazy https://vimeo.com/209730331 I have attached some pins a bit different from the original code but have adjusted that in the code by changing the attach commands. What do you guys think is the problem? I attached the horns to the servo using this guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOCagSi1OOU The other codes provided also don't appear to be working. Could it be that I have attached the servos to arduino the wrong way? I considered the right motor to be the motor which appears at the right when  the robot is viewed from the back (white part of arduino).

Question by SA-DIY   |  last reply


Extending Servo Wire

I need to make a servo wire that extends approximately 4 feet and then retracts to a length of 18 inches or less. There is a risk of entanglement, so the less sag and less loose the wire, the better. One option would be to use coiled wire of the appropriate gauge, but a product such as this is expensive. What are some other options?One idea that I had was to build a wire spool mechanism like that of a tape measure. From what I understand, a tape measure uses a constant force spring to somehow apply a retractive force to the actual measuring tape. Can anyone provide a more clear explanation of how a tape measure retracts? Does anyone have any ideas of how to implement this into a wire spool? Other ideas on retracting a very long wire?Thanks

Question by icecats   |  last reply


Stripping parts from household devices

Hi I want to build a lot of the things on this site but right now I cant just go and order the parts online as where I live I either get ripped of on the price of the components  or on the delivery costs the last time I ordered parts they came to just under a tenner but it still cost me nearly 50 quid to get them in my hand so I'm looking for some advice on what kind of devices I can get different parts from the ideal thing would be a site that has a vast list of devices and what kind of components would be inside but I think such a site is very unlikely so hopefully somebody here can help me with the ones I'm looking for now I want some servos and micro switches. I have striped two microwaves for the micro switches but they didn't have the kind I was looking for the activater (sorry can't spell) was a push button rather than the lever and striped a few things for the servos that I figured would have them but they were just normal motors with cogs set up to act as the gears what I'm looking for an actual servo. I have no RC cars left as they all had the set up I just said so any thing else that you can think of that would have them in a normal house with a crap load of kids toys Thanks in advance Pacina

Topic by pacina   |  last reply


SUPER accurate servo?

I need to make a device that can move two small servos within 0.01 or less degree rotation (yes, degrees, not radians!).  Currently, everthing I've seen comes up greater than half a degree.  It must have position feedback (stepper without encoder won't work), and the whole thing must fit in a 1/2"x6" tube.  It only needs to move maybe 30-40oz-in, but will always have that load (so backlash isn't a huge issue, but still should be minimal).  A COTS device is best, but it can be homemade, preferably under $50 or so, maybe up to $100 max.  It doesn't need to move fast or continuously, maybe 90 in 0.5 seconds.  It will be run by a microcontroller with a lot of IO pins, and PID control.  Any ideas, products or anything would be great, Thanks in advance. 

Question by jduffy54   |  last reply


Moving Three Servos at Once

Hey Guys, I'm working on a project and I'm trying to figure out what power supply to use.  I have power supply rated for 5V and .7A.  I was going to test this power supply out by making all servos sweep back and forth at once, and see how it performs.  This question is main for the coders out there.  Is the following code correct?  I've had a long work day and I'm about to pass out and I was hoping if someone could critique this real quick.  Thanks in advance! /* Sweep by BARRAGAN This example code is in the public domain. modified 8 Nov 2013 by Scott Fitzgerald http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Sweep */ #include Servo myservo01;  // create servo object  Servo myservo02: Servo myservo03: int pos = 0;    // variable to store the servo position void setup() {   myservo1.attach(9);  // attaches the servo on pin 9   myservo2.attach(8);   myservo3.attach(7); } void loop() {   for(pos = 0; pos <= 180; pos += 1)     // goes from 0 degrees to 180 degrees   {                                                                 // in steps of 1 degree     myservo01.write(pos);                      // tell servo to go to position 'pos'     delay(15);                                             // waits 15ms for the servo     myservo02.write(pos);     delay(15);     myservo03.write(pos);     delay(15);           }   for(pos = 180; pos>=0; pos-=1)     // goes from 180 degrees to 0 degrees   {                                    myservo01.write(pos);            // tell servo to go to position 'pos'     delay(15);                              // waits 15ms for the servo     myservo02.write(pos);                  delay(15);     myservo03.write(pos);                   delay(15);   } }

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Powering 6-8 Servos simultaneously?? Answered

I am currently working on a project that involves 6-8 servos, that all need to be powered at the same time. What would i use for this? The power supply on the "robot" of sorts will be a 11.1v Li-Po battery (Will update with mAh/any other info needed on the battery in a few days, i do not currently have it on me). Is there any BEC/UBEC capable of doing such a task? Could i use a combination of more than one (Three UBECS off of the same battery, all in parallel)? The servos that i am using are TowerPro MG995 Digi Speed servos. On a slightly different topic, are there any BECS/UBECS that can monitor the battery's voltage, and shut off when it drops below a certain voltage? Links would be great Thanks!

Question by RocketPenguin   |  last reply


Thrustmaster F22 Joystick to control servos

Hi there, I'm thinking about trying to use a microcontroller (AVRMega128) to read from an old Thrustmaster F22 port and then move some servos to eventually make some small "rocket turrer" for the office, like those that u can buy at thinkgeek. The fact is that I've searched for the specifications of a 15 pin joystick port and it says they were originally made to support two two-buttons joysticks, that means, two pins to control X and Y axis and other two for buttons, and the same for the eventual second joystick...funny, because mine is only one and it has 8 buttons, 4 ordinary and 4 to control the views...Do u know were to get the specifications of thrustmaster F22 joystick port? thanx

Topic by pingo wellman 


Hoe to 180 degrees servos, when they go only 160 !?

Hello instructables people! I have been trying for hours & hours, to solve a problem i have, with a couple of servos, and i hope that you will be able to help me understand how to solve that problem!   I have this robot, that i am trying to build, with an Arduino and 2 of the following servos:   http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=3714   When i move the mouse, i need both servos to move exactly the same direction and speed. This already works for me great, using a code i got here on Instructables! (https://www.instructables.com/id/Overview/).   The problem is, that 180 degrees, is critical for my robot, and i get only ~160 degrees...   I tried to use the same servos model, but converted to continuous rotation, but could not get the absolute movement and position sync accuracy, of both servos, in relation to one another, that i got with the non-continuous rotation servos.   So, i returned to the regular, unconverted servos, and purchased the following servo stretchers:   http://www.readymaderc.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath;=11_15&products;_id=171   But, when i connected these stretchers, between the Arduino signal and the servos, things did not get better, but worse, and the servos started jerking and hardly reacting to mouse movements.   I have been spending hours & hours, with no success and am quite desperate...   Can you please help me!   Thanks a lot!

Topic by roineust 


is this right? trying to set up 6 servos to arduino uno...

I am new at this and i suck!!! i am trying to run 6 hobby servos to my arduino uno- i am powering it with an external power source (12v adapter) and on my bread board all servo blk/red wires to the power + and the ground to -. The power on the bread board is going onto the vin diode on my arduino, neg to the ground on my arduino and all the other color wires from the servos to the numbered diodes on the arduino. Is that right? every time i run it i get the "because a USB was drawing too much power from your computer" response.  i know the 12v is a bit excessive to power up the servos, but does anyone know a better approach this? much appreciated let me know thanks, makemelook

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How can i make a robot with motors instead of servos? Were in the bay area can i buy servos? Answered

I just got a arduino a few weeks ago and i want to make a robot that has wheels and can avoid obstacles but if i used motors wouldnt i not be able to reverse or control speed?

Question by Tanners   |  last reply


i am lookling for the solidworks drawings of a herkulex drs 0101 servo?

Hi I am looking for the 3d drawings (prefferably sldrpt or prt for solidworks) in any 3d vorm available. I orderd a few to play about with but would like to save some time by not needing to draw these from scratch. robin

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