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In the same example, if you had a power supply that has an output of 5 VDC at 50 amps, your same 12 servos would use 6 of those 50 amps leaving you with 44 amps left over to run additional servos or whatever else.
These do ssc3-2, but they are much harder to find and pricier than the 5VDC power supplies. Now, open up VSA.
Note that when you stop moving your hand the picture disappears and the servo remains stable. Note that you will only see COM ports that are recognized by your computer. Note the channel number which corresponds to the channel number of the Lynxmotion SSC board.
Baud Rate – Select the appropriate baud rate. You should see a box that looks like this:. Press ok to close the dialog. That can cause problems like the servos not having enough power to move the weight they are supposed to move. Refer to the picture below:. Type in the following exactly as it appears on the next line, then click OK:. It can be rated for more than 6 amps, but not less. You will notice that 2 jumpers are also in place in area 13 in the lower right hand corner.
Lynxmotion SSC Tutorial
Note that once a new value is sent to the board the old position and speed will be overwritten. This should run RoboRealm and start processing images.
You should see a small green light flash on the Lynxmotion SSC board when any serial communication is present. The other two voltage inputs are at numbers 6 and 2. Notice the green COG box tracking your hand.
If you see a black screen check the Options button and select an active camera in the dropdown list. The servo controller supports up to 32 channels of 1uS resolution. Again, make sure that COM1 is set to the rate you see above Otherwise, your computer will not talk to the board. The answer is NO!
Your board will come with jumpers on, but you may not want to keep them all in place. This stands for Voltage Logic, or the power that will run the actual board itself and power up the chips on the board.
Analog will set a number between 0 and depending on the voltage across the pins. If you do not see this light flashing when moving the scroll bar around check your connections. Be sure to also change the jumpers on the Lynxmotion SSC to reflect the desired rate.
They should come like that. The servos will use what they need of that ssc-2 up to the total available power of the supply.
All your servos AND the board itself. In lynxkotion case, let me show you how you would hook up your 6VDC power supply to the SSC board to run everything from this one supply. Go to “Tools” and then “Settings”.
But it would have to be a 6VDC Power supply with enough current to run all your servos and the board. The Baud Rate is determined by the jumpers in the center of the board in the area labeled “10”. They look like this:.
You can have too much voltage, but not too much current. Rate – specify the speed at which your servos should move at. This is used to automatically change the servo values based on your VBScript using the SetVariable function or Plugin based program.
If it does not, change it so that it does, and click OK. There is no such thing as too much current. For instance, if you are using the controller board through a wireless connection you may need to slow down the connection speed due to the wireless hardware limitations.