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Subject: RC - Speed Controller Interface

Date: 12/16/99
Posted by: Bill Harvey
E-mail: bill_harvey(at)LineOne(dot)net(no spam)
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I know the simple answer put my hand in my pocket and shell out loads of coin and buy all the kit: Speed Controllers, Mixers and Interfaces. But what I would like to do is build it myself. I`m only building a prototype first attempt Robot at the moment, to satisfy my son!!! Problem? I`ve got a RC JR Radio kit Tx & Rx and I`ve got two 12v Motors. I`m looking for schematics for On/Off/Directional Speed Controllers and an interface to link this to the Rx output that would normally go to the servo`s Any help would be appreciated I`ve got a couple of Speed Control circuits, on which requires two Digital input for On/Off and Forward/Reverse and a Pot for Speed. The other circuit is a Back EMF PM Speed Control and a PWM Speed Control. "The more I try tiddly pom, tiddly pom" bill_harvey@LineOne.net

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