I have some questions in regards to powering an SSC-32 controller and would like some confirmation.
I'll be connecting the SSC-32 via UART/serial TX and RX, to RX and TX on an EZ-B using ports D0/D1, but after reading the product discription again, and reading the user guide, I'm just want to confirm how to power the SSC-32 and connected servos.
1.) I'll be powering my v4 with a 7v battery (7.2 or 7.4v), and I think I understand that the SSC-32 already comes with jumpers installed to connect the "VS1" and "VS2" rails together so that all 32 ports can be used with one power supply (which is what I will be doing). Is that correct?
2.) I can connect the same 7v battery powering the EZ-B, or another similar battery, to the "VS1" terminals, and this supplies power for the SSC-32's logic and power for the servos connected to it. Have I got that right?
Like I say, I think that I understand it right after reading the user guide, but I'd like to be sure. One final question,
3.) What does changing the baud rate do in regards to the SSC-32? I'll be using about 30 servos with mine.