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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Servo declarations?

From: Michel GORRAZ
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Servo declarations?
Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2008 07:51:26 +0200

"4015" or "4017" is the name of the PPM decoder chip on your autopilot board.
They do the same job
(interface between the microcontroller and the servos) but the 4015 is a shift register and the 4017 is a counter.
The command signals are different, so the software "driver" need to be different.

If your board is a Tiny v1, use servos_4015_hw.h.
If it's a Tiny v2, use
If it's a Classix,
the PPM decoder chip is on your RC receiver....


2008/6/9 Daniel Morgan <address@hidden>:
What is the difference between using the servos_4015_hw.h the servos_4017_hw.h files when declaring the servos?

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