I have the following servo I would like to make a small self balancing robot with it. I am having trouble with figuring out how to control it with PWM using pulses to decide what position to move it ...
Can someone point me to exactly where the PWM pin is on the board and how I can hook this thing up visually as I'm totally lost as to what I would need to make this run. Also what is the snippet of ...
I'm using the hardware PWM output with wiringpi. It provides the function pwmSetClock that should make it possible to change the frequency. ...
I've use a pic to create IR patterns to modulate frequencies (37kHz or 58kHz) to control different devices. I'd like to move as much as possible to a RPi. I will use a pic to generate the 37kHz or ...
I've been struggling for a few days and haven't managed to turn up a lot on the internet. I'm looking to READ from the PWM output of an RC receiver through one of the GPIO's on the RPi. I've read ...
Possible Duplicate: Using Raspberry Pi without a Linux OS? I would like to generate a PWM, but I don't want to use a Linux distribution; I would like to have a simple code. Is there any ...
Can I use the GPIO as a Pulse Width Modulation output? If so, how would I go about doing it and how many concurrent, distinct PWM outputs can I have?
I'd like to control a small RC servo (5 V, 500 mA) from the GPIO pins via Python. Hardware What are the required electrical connections? Can I connect multiple servos to the Raspberry ...