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DIY servo valves w.i.p

Discussion in 'Pneumatic equipment - outdated' started by egoexpress, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. tronicgr

    tronicgr

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    I looked around and found several DAC chips that can be interfaced with my avr motion controller using I2C protocol! Some of them have 10-bit resolution!!

    So I think it can be done easily after all... :wink:

    Thanos
  2. egoexpress

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    Although I am looking forward to use the electric simforcegt, the servovalves would be an amazing upgrade for the pneumatic RnR ;)

    Thanks for your help.
  3. egoexpress

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    :(

    The festo valves have up to 2000l/min