This project involves editing a program for an Arduino UNO
We have a currently functioning program that operators two remote control car servos and a set of solenoid latches.
Current operation is as follows (short version)
When a signal is given, the Arduino outputs a signal to a relay. The relay in-turn activates 2 solenoid latches for a timed period. This unlocks the servos. The servos then retract (one clockwise and one counterclockwise) to a 90 degree position.
When the signal is removed, the servos rotate to their original position (no latching of solenoid)
I need to change is as follows:
The latching solenoid should work in both directions – latching when signal is on and also latching when signal is removed.
An additional relay will be added to remove power to the servos. They are overheating in their one position so I need to remove power when they hit their position.
The system will no work as follows:
Signal given: Power is applied to servos, Latch solenoids retract, servos move to 90 degree position, power is then removed
Signal removed: Power is applied to servos, Latch solenoids retract, servos move to 0 degree position, power is then removed
There may be up to 3 iterations of this program and minor adjustments will be necessary. As with the supplied program, I should be able to make adjustments to timing myself.
I will supply the base program so it only needs to be edited and also the relay for power be indication as to the hook up and installation instructions.
Hello Sir, I have worked with Arduino, especially Uno, for many years and I have also worked with RC equipment a lot previously, which is why I think I am best suited for this task. It would be very kind if you provid Plus
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Rich experience of driving relays , motors (stepper , dc) using Arduino uno board with coding done primarily in c.
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Hello, Sir I know why servos heat when they're in one position and this really requires a relay or an electronic switching device preferably, sir If the latching system is used for breaking, a switch must be inst Plus
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Hello, I carefully read the modification needed for adding an extra relay to control power sourced to servo which is rational although timing may need to be adjusted since relay latch should take time before motion sta Plus
Hi Sir, i will add the new functions, that add the 3rd relay, power of servos when they hit their positions, and latch solenoids wen there signal or no, and rotate servos clockwise and anti-clockwise