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1995\10\22@133126 by Eric Seeley

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I am begining a project which requires driving two (ideally 4) Futaba
Servos.  Each requires a
pulse every twenty milliseconds.  this pulse ranges from about 4 ms to 6 ms
and determines the
servo position.  5 ms centers the servo. I would like to use a 16C74.  Any
thoughts?
Thanks,
Eric

1995\10\22@164433 by Ben L Wirz

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On Sun, 22 Oct 1995, Eric Seeley wrote:

> I am begining a project which requires driving two (ideally 4) Futaba
> Servos.  Each requires a
> pulse every twenty milliseconds.  this pulse ranges from about 4 ms to 6 ms
> and determines the

       Check out Parralax's ftp site.  There is some good info on servos
on one of their PDF files for the basic stamp.

Ben,
spam_OUTblw2TakeThisOuTspamcec.wustl.edu

1995\10\23@081131 by Timothy McDonough DIAL UP1

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I think your pulses need to be 1.0 - 2.0 mS wide with 1.5 mS being the
center.

Tim McDonough

On Sun, 22 Oct 1995, Eric Seeley wrote:

> I am begining a project which requires driving two (ideally 4) Futaba
> Servos.  Each requires a
> pulse every twenty milliseconds.  this pulse ranges from about 4 ms to 6 ms
> and determines the
> servo position.  5 ms centers the servo. I would like to use a 16C74.  Any
> thoughts?
> Thanks,
> Eric
>

1995\10\24@142008 by Scott Stephens

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>Tim McDonough
>
>On Sun, 22 Oct 1995, Eric Seeley wrote:
>
>> I am begining a project which requires driving two (ideally 4) Futaba
>> Servos.  Each requires a
>> pulse every twenty milliseconds.  this pulse ranges from about 4 ms to 6 ms
>> and determines the
>> servo position.  5 ms centers the servo. I would like to use a 16C74.  Any
>> thoughts?
>> Thanks,
>> Eric
>>
>
>
There is some 16C5X code available from Circuit Cellar Ink BBS to do this.
Look at their Web Site.

1995\10\25@060628 by Edward Tang

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Scott Stephens <hksuper!PYROTECHNICS.COM!stephnss> writes:

> >Tim McDonough
> >
> >On Sun, 22 Oct 1995, Eric Seeley wrote:
> >
> >> I am begining a project which requires driving two (ideally 4) Futaba
> >> Servos.  Each requires a
> >> pulse every twenty milliseconds.  this pulse ranges from about 4 ms to 6 m
> >> and determines the
> >> servo position.  5 ms centers the servo. I would like to use a 16C74.  Any
> >> thoughts?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Eric
> >>
> >
> >
> There is some 16C5X code available from Circuit Cellar Ink BBS to do this.
> Look at their Web Site.

       Would you tell me the address of the Web Site.

Edward Tang

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