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'[PIC]: Driving Servos directly from PIC16F877'
2002\08\07@204433 by Thomas N

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The servo I use is a standard hobby servo (Hitec HS-300, Futaba S148, etc.)


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2002\08\07@211108 by Patrick J

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> The servo I use is a standard hobby servo (Hitec HS-300, Futaba S148,
etc.)
> > > I am planning to drive 16 servos directly from the PIC16F877's ports.
> >Is it OK?  Do I need a buffer (74LS367?)


heres a little example with a PIC16F84 driving 8 servos.
took about 10 minutes with altavista.com :-)

theres even a free VB prog to go with it...could possibly be of use 2 u.
http://www.rentron.com/servo.htm

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