I am going to try to configure this robot using the EZ-B V4. I'm currently trying to power 6 servos for the right hand. The servos are MG996R, they require 6V. I purchase a power supply ( DROK 48V Power Supply, AC 110V/220V to DC 0-48V 10A 480W Buck Converter, Adjustable Variable LED Adapter Regulated 5V 12V 24V 30V 36V 48V Volt Voltage Transformer 10A Amp Charger for Lab CCTV Radio). It can regulate 6Volts of DC output. As I understand from previous conversations in the knowledge base. I will connect the signal cable from the servo directly to the EZ-B. And connect the servos power cables to a bus bar positive and negative from the power supply. I do not have the bus bars yet. But I am testing 1 servo directly connected to the power supply. When I connect it I cannot control the servo it seems like is has no power. Than the servo will start up on it's own moving back and forth uncontrollably. I can measure 6V coming from the connections of the power supply. I do not think the lack of bus bars is the issue. Here is the link to the power supply that I purchased: DROK 48V Power Supply, AC 110V/220V to DC 0-48V 10A 480W Buck Converter, Adjustable Variable.
Any input would be greatly appreciated. I have a second power supply with no adjustable output of exactly 6V. It does the exact same thing as the other. This is for an inMoov robot. Any links of the correct power supply or configuration would be greatly useful.