The Quad RC Servo Controller can control up to four RC servos from the headphone jack of your Android device. Simply plug an EMGRobotics A2SCBM_L controller into your headphone jack and plug two RC servos into the A2SCBM_L. Multiple A2SCB controllers can be daisy chained to control up to eight servos. Go to EMGRobotics.com to learn how to control up to 16 servos from your Android device. The Quad RC Servo Controller application is used to create servo sequences. The sequences can be saved, loaded, and exported to either BASIC programs or WAV files. When exporting to a BASIC file, the Quad RC Servo Controller actually generates a complete BASIC program incorporating your servo sequence. Simply load the BASIC program into RFO BASIC for Android (you need to install the modified version from EMGRobotics.com) and run. This is a great tool for getting started in mechatronics programming. The WAV files generator creates a WAV file that can be used by any application that can play WAV files to control the servos. Simply create your servo sequences, and save it as a WAV file. Applications like Catroid (an Android graphic based programming language) can playback the WAV files and control the servos through the headphone jack.
Added RFO BASIC support.
Added Catroid support.
2.0 fixes the loss of audio when switching between applications.
July 1, 2013
500 - 1,000
2.2 and up
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