Servo Lab report - Interfacing a Servo to the ATmega 128

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Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering ME-106: Mechatronics Laboratory Report On “Interfacing a Servo to the ATmega 128” Date Submitted: 10/24/ 2008 Submitted to Jake Interfacing a Servo to the Atmega 128 10/28/08 Report Author: Lab Date: 10/21/08 Summary 1
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This report describes the operation of the Futaba FP-S148 servo as a mechatronic actuator, connected to Atmel ATmega 128 microcontroller with STK 500 and STK 501 interface boards, and serial port cable. After we built the servo control circuit and connection to board with interfacing power electronics and switches, we test the control of the movement on a servo using the ATmega 128 programming in AVR Studio. We found that we manipulate the speed and the direction gear shaft of the servo by reprogramming in AVR Studio. ___________________________ Results/Discussion In this experiment, the sub-circuit is tested with Switch Control Test Program to assure the wiring in the switches and LEDs. As seen in Figure 1, the set up for board is build and supplied by DC power with the ground to the microcontroller board. It is found out that LEDs
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