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Steam turret tank R/C controller

Monday, September 29th, 2014

An instructable for a PIC based R/C servo controller by Steamhobby: The controllers capture the R/C receiver output, optionally manipulate the samples, then regenerate new servo control signals. As such, they greatly enhance what is possible with cheap servos.  They were created for my Steam Turret Tank Instructable. Via the contact form....

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Stackable 24 Channel Servo Controller

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

Carl from SolderSplash Labs writes: We are creating a range of useful development boards to plug in to our SplashBase board We are just finalising the design of our 24 Channel Servo Control SplashBridge. Were using an LPC11U24, it has a built in USB Stack in ROM with a Mass storage...

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