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How to Control a Servo Motor from a BeagleBone Black on Linux [Project]
posted June 17 2014 10:09.55 by spic0m




Servo motors can rotate to a specified angle and hold that angle against a resistive force. This makes Servos great for creating a DIY pan-and-tilt camera system, for moving panels through a limited distance in a model aircraft where the wind might provide resistance to that movement, and in many cases in robotics where you might need to rotate something to a specific angle. In this tutorial, we'll cover how to connect and control a servo motor with a BeagleBone black running Linux.

Code and rest of the story here.

[Link: Linux.com]
 
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