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    Hi guys,

    I want to build a robot with all facilities..It should be handled by remote and can anyone guide me in building the robot?? Thanks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by apvkt View Post
    I want to build a robot with all facilities..
    What do you mean by that ?
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    Well , Controlling max servos depends on your algorithm and hardware. Also since these algos are interrupt driven u need to have a good clock speed of >20-25Mhz or your resolution will be less. In 2010 I had made a 48ch servo controller using lpc2148 for my hexapod and then reduced it to 32 coz 48 was just an overkill xD. Atm I have ported it to lpc1768 and works great with my hexapod. In late 2010 I had got an idea about an algo which could control more servos with lesser timers but then it would consume too much CPU , since it included sorting , hence never implemented it coz all the IK calculations , communication and servo controlling was done using single chip i.e lpc1768 and could not afford to waste CPU cycles in just servo controlling.
    Last edited by Power_user_EX; 06-17-2013 at 01:55 PM.

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    Talking 16 servo controller

    Hi guys
    I like your comment MR Anir. Here i bought a servo motor from Robomart. that i used for teeth cleaner this is my personnel experience with robomart.
    know more about this product: https://www.robomart.com/servo-motors

    Thanks
    xolbrin

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