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This looks handy. Not only for InMoovs but for other bot builders as well.
Any InMoov builders using this?
Multiple servo Connector
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The Extension Cable that we offer is best for this application because, as Richard R said when he saw them "those aren't cheap China extension cables" - he's correct, we chose very high quality cables.
My bad....wasn't thinking....as usual....:D
What is the wire gauge in the hdmi cable?
I should also say that the ezb could probably handle the load of the 9 servos without an issue. I just am trying to keep from having a lot of wires passing through the joints.
Also, the hdmi cable is not good for power - obviously, but it's great for signal That's what d.cochran is doing as well. He's running only the signal through the hdmi cable and the power is separate.
Thx for the info
@David, I really should be adopting your method of a central power hub for the servos... However, saying that, I did have all the large servos (12 in all) plugged in directly to my ezb's ports.... It handled it like a champ.... I was using an ssc-32 for the hand and wrist servos.... maybe not the best or most elegant way, but it did take the load of the ezb... However, now that ARC supports the ssc-32 everything can be added to the auto positioner control... It makes the ssc-32 much more usable...
Guess that's how you get me to do stuff... Give me something that's frustrating and i'll make it happen to make my life easier Hahaha
On a second note , what guage cable is the ext cable in the ez robot store? Also is it copper or tin? Just wondering , Thanks
p.s.... Josh, I still plan on getting some of those regs off of you.... I'll eventually get around to it LOL....
I just got an ssc-32 and I have a question. I'm trying to use a horizontal slider to move a servo on the ssc. I can see the communication led blinking on the ssc and I do have a power light on the "a" side of the ssc. I have port V0 selected in the slider. I do not get servo movement on the ssc.
My question is am I configuring correctly? On the ssc control I have "is ezb uart #0"
checked. On the slider I have port V0 selected. That doesn't seem right to me but I'm not sure how else you would configure. For instance, configured like that, how would I pick the B side of the ssc? Also, any projects you have written for the ssc and a hand would be appreciated.
I did see the example script you posted once and will try that, I was just trying to do it with a slider to start.
Sample code to send serial commands to move servos on ports 0 - 4 on the SSC-32...