Monthly Archives: October 2013

Week 10 Journal Entry by Frank Mason

For this week, our team primarily worked on getting the sound the work via waveshield. Unfortunately, we also realized that we are going to have to put an amplifier as an add-on for the Waveshield so that the output volume¬†emanating … Continue reading

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Week 10 Lab Report – Control Servo using Potentiometer

Objective:¬†Control servo motor with the potentiometer, then make the servo’s shaft rotate in different directions. Materials:¬†Arduino Uno,¬†Hitec HS-422 servo motor, potentiometer, breadboard, jumper wires, USB A/B Procedure: 1. Connect Arduino Uno to the computer using USB A/B cable. 2. Open … Continue reading

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Week 9 – Lab Report

Program a servo using an Arduino Microcontroller and the knob servo code¬† from the Arduino website Objective: Assemble a servo environment using an Arduino Microcontroller, a servo, control it using a potentiometer, and open source code available through the Arduino … Continue reading

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Lab Servos and Knobs

Objective: To control a servo meters speed by using a potentiometer and spinning a knob too control the direction of the servo meter. Materials: –¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Arduino Board –¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† (1) Servo Motor –¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† (1) Potentiometer –¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Hook-up wire Procedure: -First I … Continue reading

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Lab Report Week 10

Objective: Add a sensor in the form of a knob¬† (a.k.a. potentiometer) to our servo motor (actuator) so that it can do more stuff. Materials: Servomotor Servo Library (knob code) Jumper Cables Potentiometer USB cable Arduino Uno Breadboard Procedure: For … Continue reading

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Week 9 Lab Report by Frank Mason

Objective: To use an Arduino board as the powering device while using a potentiometer to control a servo motor. Materials: Servo Motor, Potentiometer as the sensor (to create an interactive device between the potentiometer and the servo motor), Arduino Duemilanove … Continue reading

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Week 10 Lab

Objective-¬† control a servo motor with a knob     Materials-     Arduino Board (1) Servo Motor (1) Potentiometer hook-up wire       Procedure-   1-deliver note to hot blond maid   2- sneak away so she doesn‚Äôt … Continue reading

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Lab 3- Servos and Knobs

Objective-¬† control a servo motor with a knob     Materials-     Arduino Board (1) Servo Motor (1) Potentiometer hook-up wire   ¬†   Procedure-   1-deliver note to hot blond maid   2- sneak away so she doesn‚Äôt … Continue reading

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Lab Report – Servo with potentiometer

Objective: To control a servo speed using a potentiometer. Materials: Arduino, hookup wire, USB cable, 5v servo motor, potentiometer. Tools: None were required, may want a wire strippers to make/modify hookup wire if needed. Procedure: Wired Arduino and servo Ran … Continue reading

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Lab Report week 10

Objective: Control a servo motor with a potentiometer ( or nob)   Materials Servomotor Arduino ‚ÄúSERVO‚ÄĚlibrary Jumper cables Potentiometer USB cable   Procedure:   1)¬†¬†¬†¬† Plug in Arduino to make sure power light comes on.   2)¬†¬†¬†¬† Open Arduino software … Continue reading

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