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    Default Elm Chan ( MCU ) + UHU ( power ) = BG DC SERVO

    Hello,
    Here is 'my' version of Elm Chan servo controller.
    'MY' because many people helped me and correct me many times.
    Thanks to Kreutz, H.O ( Henrik ), HJozsi, Vlady, Epineh !!
    Power stage is from UHU servo.
    Servo controller is working ! but please wait for the new version of PCB, because i did some mistakes on wiring TL082. ( current limit )
    In the new version you will find 75176 for encoder interface, 4N37 for sending ERROR signal outside ... and connection between current limit signal to 2313 ( if it is needed, when the software is improved )

    I will attach:
    1. new project - servo.zip - Eagle schematics and board ( not tested - please wait )
    2. new project - exported to images
    3. old project - pics of working servo .... testing table

    TODO in progress:
    1. manual routing of new PCB ( wait for new design )
    2. understanding source code.
    3. testing ...

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    I don't think tl082 can work on single supplier

    thanks for your share



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    Let me try
    Thank you.



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