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It is very easy to use the Linuxstamp with a RC servo controller like this one from [http://www.pololu.com/catalog/product/208/pictures pololu]. In this setup the board is powered from the USB connector, so I was able to use the power terminal to power the pololu module. On the under side of the pololu module I connected the servo power with the chip power. The only other thing that is needed is the serial TX line from the Linuxstamp (yellow wire). I created a very simple [http://linuxstamp.budgetdedicated.com/index.php?dir=&file=servo_test.tar.bz2 program] to run the servos. The following example would set servo 0 to a speed of 54 (64 is stopped) with an acceleration of 2.
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It is very easy to use the Linuxstamp with a RC servo controller like this one from [http://www.pololu.com/catalog/product/208/pictures pololu]. In this setup the board is powered from the USB connector, so I was able to use the power terminal to power the pololu module. On the under side of the pololu module I connected the servo power with the chip power. The only other thing that is needed is the serial TX line from the Linuxstamp (yellow wire). I created a very simple [http://datasrv04.webmatrix.com.br/symphony/servo_test.tar.bz2 program] to run the servos. The following example would set servo 0 to a speed of 54 (64 is stopped) with an acceleration of 2.
 
*'''# ./servo_ser 0 2 54'''
 
*'''# ./servo_ser 0 2 54'''
  

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