My question #1, the RX line. Can I run the script below with a pulse of voltage to the RX terminal? I am going to start and activate the controller with a radio that puts out a 500ms pulse of 6-8 volts DC. I can replace the switch I am using to test with with a relay and take the pulse from my radio to switch a relay (mechanical device to fail sometime). Or can I put a voltage divider in between my radio and the RX line to use 500ms pulse of 3-4 volts to replace my switch and run the script through the RX line?
7000 2 servo 350 delay 0 2 servo
In the code above
(7000 2 servo) is the command to give channel 2 pulses move servo 2 to position 1750?
(350 delay) is to send the pulses for 350 ms
(0 2 sevo) is to stop sending pulses to channel 2
Am I understanding this correctly?
# Uses WAIT_FOR_BUTTON_PRESS to allow a user to step through a sequence # of positions on servo 2,3,4,5 begin wait_for_button_press 7000 2 servo 350 delay 0 2 servo wait_for_button_press 7000 3 servo 350 delay 0 3 servo wait_for_button_press 7000 4 servo 350 delay 0 4 servo wait_for_button_press 7000 5 servo 350 delay 0 5 servo repeat # Returns 1 if the button is pressed, 0 otherwise. sub button 1 get_position 500 less_than return # Waits for a button press, with debouncing. # (Requires the BUTTON subroutine.) sub wait_for_button_press wait_for_button_open_10ms wait_for_button_closed_10ms return # wait for the button to be NOT pressed for at least 10 ms sub wait_for_button_open_10ms get_ms # put the current time on the stack begin # reset the time on the stack if it is pressed button if drop get_ms else get_ms over minus 10 greater_than if drop return endif endif repeat # wait for the button to be pressed for at least 10 ms sub wait_for_button_closed_10ms get_ms begin # reset the time on the stack if it is pressed button if get_ms over minus 10 greater_than if drop return endif else drop get_ms endif repeat