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How To: PIC micro Driving a Servo [Project]
posted September 11 2014 18:30.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Ligo George wrote a guide on how to interface an RC servo to a PIC16F877A microcontroller. He also has a good reference about Servo Motors and PWM pulses that you can benefit from if you are a new-commer to the world of Servo Motors.

Follow this link for the project page
Learn a bit more about Servo Motors in this link.




[Link: electroSome]
 
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