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How to drive RC servo with Arduino and Simtools

With Arduino, a single PWM pin is enough to drive one servo.

Follow @eaorobbie tutorial
RC Model for Motion Simulation
http://www.xsimulator.net/community/threads/rc-model-for-motion-simulation.4600/

You can find resources by @eaorobbie to download here:
RC Model Code for Arduino UNO - 2DOF - Expandable 2.0
http://www.xsimulator.net/community/marketplace/rc-model-code-for-arduino-uno-2dof-expandable.89/

Here a debugging step-by-step sequence from @eaorobbie :
http://www.xsimulator.net/community...-to-drive-servo-motors.4822/page-6#post-46606

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