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Second servo for b-robot
03-10-2016, 12:49 AM
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Second servo for b-robot
I wanted to know how to add a second servo in the code and app so the arms
can work independently. I just need a hint at where to start. Thanks.Huh
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04-27-2018, 03:16 PM
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RE: Second servo for b-robot
(03-10-2016 12:49 AM)robtbldr Wrote:  I wanted to know how to add a second servo in the code and app so the arms
can work independently. I just need a hint at where to start. Thanks.Huh

I would love to find out how to do this as well!!!
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04-28-2018, 02:03 AM (This post was last modified: 04-28-2018 02:04 AM by Vaygr.)
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RE: Second servo for b-robot
There is no need to make any changes to the code, as the programming for a second servo is already implemented and both servos work independently. Simply connect a second servo onto the Brain Shield and you will be able to control it with the same app. Smile

Note: Currently, the app allows one servo (the default setup) to rotate in one single movement from its neutral position (the robot arm facing vertically upwards) to about 90 degrees in either direction and the second servo allows gradual movement or rotation of the arm for a total of about 180 degrees.
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05-01-2018, 10:31 AM
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RE: Second servo for b-robot
(04-28-2018 02:03 AM)Vaygr Wrote:  There is no need to make any changes to the code, as the programming for a second servo is already implemented and both servos work independently. Simply connect a second servo onto the Brain Shield and you will be able to control it with the same app. Smile

Note: Currently, the app allows one servo (the default setup) to rotate in one single movement from its neutral position (the robot arm facing vertically upwards) to about 90 degrees in either direction and the second servo allows gradual movement or rotation of the arm for a total of about 180 degrees.

Yeap! you are 100% right >:-D
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