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gemkathryn
Fri Sep 25 07:36:46 +0000 2015


i’m torn between raspberry pi and arduino on what to use in controlling 4 servos, since the raspberrypi is already used for the image processing.

ugh anyone who knows serial communication between the two? huhuhuhu NEED HELPPP

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JacobusSystems
Mon Apr 18 15:23:49 +0000 2011


RT @coolcomponents: The Arduino Uno is an ideal board for beginners and the one we suggest to anyone that’s not experienced with Arduinos o…

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  1. This is the best tutorial on this subject on YouTube hands down I’ve watched so many and everything went str8 over my head you made this extremely easy to understand! Good stuff!

  2. This was an excellent & informative video, but being an old analog guy, I’ve got a lot of learning to get accomplished with digital technology before I can just jump into using an Arduino without understanding the basics 1st. Ya get set in your ways after getting old.

  3. Which power supply do you recommend me for Arduino? I’m facing issues with the chinese 5v and 9v power supplies. They cause the Arduino reads to go crazy, making it misbehave. When I run through the computer USB, it runs just fine! Which power supply for Arduino do you recommend me? Please need help!

  4. So, simple question:
    I am currently working on a small project.

    The serial connection is bi-directional, right?
    I need to read and write from an arduino through serial, mostly writing PWMs for servos and reading ACK-commands from the arduino into labview.

  5. hi very nice , but you could do like every one at first to check if its working by using the blink program keep going with the good work

  6. So let’s say stepper motors; how many can one arduino control? Of course the power is supplied separately. I’m rather new so I’m a bit confused about it. It’s 13 right?

  7. (1)Operating Arduino requires loading the computer with the Arduino IDE, software which operates Arduino hardware.
    (2)In order to operate the Arduino UNO hardware properly from the Arduino IDE software it is necessary to connect a special USB cable to the computer,
    which supplies limited amount of electrical power to the Arduino UNO internal power supply.
    (3) It is necessary that the computer supply at least NO LESS than +6v through the USB cable. IF the computer supplies only +5v the Arduino might work
    but it will NOT work as designed !
    In that case the Arduino must be supplied electrical power through a separate Arduino connector !

    Check the voltage that te computer supplies to the Arduino UNO which is the simplest of a variety of Arduino models.

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