There are two ways through which you can control servos using an SSC servo controller. You can either do it directly from the lynx SSC Terminal or via serial commands sent from an arduino board. Here, we are going to look at how to control servos using an SSC and an arduino board. Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. In order to control the SSC via arduino , you need to know how to connect the two boards first.
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No worries, we can notify you when this item is back in stock. Please enter your email. It is available as a free downloadable utility which makes it easy to experiment with robotics and animatronics. It can be found in the Useful Links section. This utility is an example of the type of program which can be built using FlowBotics Studio Download , which includes this program as an open source demo project. The SSC Servo Sequencer Utility program enables you to easily move servo motors, calibrate their position, store and playback motion sequences, upgrade the SSC firmware and more.
Free Shipping. Quality First. Awesome Support. Secure Checkout. EMI Available. Bulk Discounts. This leg design minimizes the number of parts required to make a two DOF degree of freedom leg and allows this robot to be steered like a tank. Forward, reverse and in place turning is supported. The robot uses standard sized Hitec servos for the legs. The combo kit includes everything you need to make a functional robot except batteries and optional PS2 controller.
The Mechanics The body of the robot is made from ultra-tough laser-cut PVC structural components while the legs are made from high-quality aluminum Servo Erector Set brackets. By offloading the servo pulse generation and sequence movement timing to the SSC, the microcontroller has plenty of power to do some really cool things.
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Controlling Servos Using the SSC-32 Servo Controller and Arduino Uno
The servo controller supports up to 32 channels of 1uS resolution. In addition the board provides synchronized movement so that all servos will update at the same time. The board also supports 4 digital or analog inputs for adding additional sensors to your robotic projects. Interface Instructions 1.
Lynxmotion Mini-Hex Hexapod Kit MH2U (BotBoarduino + SSC-32)