View Full Version : Serial Servo Controller Hunt

03-22-2010, 07:59 PM

I am looking for a Serial (RS232) based servo controller capable of controlling atleast 2 servos.
I need it to use the continuous rotation servos to move my robot.

I live in Jammu (Jammu And Kashmir) and am finding it difficult to locate such a device.

I had earlier decided on one from Pololu, but their shipping time is too long.

I need one in a week or two.
It should be simple to operate.

This post is in realtion to the post where I have given details of my project. the link is below:


Please someone help me!

03-22-2010, 08:56 PM
Build one on a breadboard :) ... use Atmega8 and arduino :) . you get 4 PWM by default :) .

03-22-2010, 09:08 PM
Thanks for the advice vikas,

but I am looking forward to simpler things like buying a ready made.
I am in a kind of hurry actually.

But still, thanks for letting me know...................HELP ME Please.....!!!!!!!!111

03-23-2010, 01:13 PM
Vikas is correct.Just make one on breadboard & it'll take less than 30 min if you have written the software.

03-23-2010, 03:48 PM
It could be the case if i were involved in the electronic stuff.
First of all, i dont know how to solder.
The second thing......I dont have a clue on how to do it.

It would be easy if i could buy one.

I am still open to suggestions.

And I appreciate evry bit of your help.

Actually I am quite surprised that I have found such great advisers. Please keep up the good work.

03-23-2010, 07:53 PM
Did you see rhydolabz? they have a product and so does robokits.



Everything is available, just your pocket needs to be deep enough.

Lets hope we can fix that..


03-24-2010, 07:58 AM
Thanks Rao,

I have already decided on buying the serial servo controller from rhydolabz.
But still thanks for your help.

I would be very glad if you people would continue to provide me these type of gud advices as I build my robot.

03-24-2010, 06:03 PM
Your work is done but still i would like to tell you something that breadboard doesn't need soldering.The advantage of breadboard is that you can make circuits without soldering.