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Friday Gadgeteer Module Offer 03 - ServoTidy

Posted 5yr ago
by Justin | Superhuman | 90,900 exp
Posted 5yr ago
by Justin | Superhuman | 90,900 exp
ServoTidy

For people that don't like soldering irons Smiley

Use: Socket P

Pins 7,8,9 broken out to pin header to allow RC Servos to be plugged in directly.
Servos have their own power connection with red power LED.

Pins 3 and 6 are broken out to pin headers with user selectable 3v or 5v power via a jumper also with red power LED.

$5.95ea including the Servo power lead.

Questions and orders to justin at ingenuitymicro dot com


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aK0FzfhIT7Y


Video shows 3 RC Servo on 7,8,9 and a Sharp IR sensor on Pin 3
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Reply #1 — Posted 5yr ago
by Duke Nukem | Legend | 67,053 exp
Reply #1 — Posted 5yr ago
by Duke Nukem | Legend | 67,053 exp
Justin says:

For people that don't like soldering irons Smiley

That would be me. Now I have to go and get some RC Servos to play with, but that is what I love about gadgeteer, it just keeping getting so easy to do different things that I just don't have any excuses left not to go and do it.
Reply #2 — Posted 5yr ago
by Justin | Superhuman | 90,900 exp
Reply #2 — Posted 5yr ago
by Justin | Superhuman | 90,900 exp
@Duke Nukem - lol - classic pic
Reply #3 — Posted 5yr ago
by devhammer | Legend | 55,820 exp
Reply #3 — Posted 5yr ago
by devhammer | Legend | 55,820 exp
Justin says:
@Duke Nukem - lol - classic pic

It's the pinky sticking out on the soldering iron hand that makes the pic for me...have to use proper etiquette when holding your iron. Don't grip it like a club!
Reply #4 — Posted 4yr ago
by mhectorgato | King | 37,168 exp
Reply #4 — Posted 4yr ago
by mhectorgato | King | 37,168 exp
Might have a need for this module ... what is the IR connected to?

One of the non-PWM (analogue) pins?
Reply #5 — Posted 4yr ago
by Justin | Superhuman | 90,900 exp
Reply #5 — Posted 4yr ago
by Justin | Superhuman | 90,900 exp
pins 3,6 7,8,9 are hooked up.
Reply #6 — Posted 4yr ago
by harleydk | Senior | 2,564 exp
Reply #6 — Posted 4yr ago
by harleydk | Senior | 2,564 exp
I've tested this and can testify to the fast prototyping qualities of it - it's truly plug&play! :-) Great little module.
Reply #7 — Posted 4yr ago
by ianlee74 | Superhuman | 127,688 exp
Reply #7 — Posted 4yr ago
by ianlee74 | Superhuman | 127,688 exp
Is there a driver for this module or do you just use the Extender driver?
Reply #8 — Posted 4yr ago
by HughB | Hero | 18,611 exp
Reply #8 — Posted 4yr ago
by HughB | Hero | 18,611 exp
I just used an extender driver for it
Reply #9 — Posted 4yr ago
by ianlee74 | Superhuman | 127,688 exp
Reply #9 — Posted 4yr ago
by ianlee74 | Superhuman | 127,688 exp
@Justin - It seems that your labels on the 5V vs. 3V3 are reversed on the jumper.

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