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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Lisa/L Servos

From: Famille Chateauvieux-Hellwig
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Lisa/L Servos
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2010 21:43:51 +0100
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> The solution that I would advise in a big vehicle is to use a servo
> driver and a dedicated power supply ( BEC) located close to groups of
> servos. The connection between the autopilot ( lisa/L) and the servo
> driver would be CAN which is a differential signal designed to travel
> long distances and be immune to electrical perturbations.
> The CSC board (Can Servo Controller) could be used for that (
> )
> An even better solution would be to use a lisa/M (
> )
> You could have for example one servo driver in each wing of your
> vehicle ( and maybe another one in the tail ). The electrical
> connection would be only two wires for CAN and two wires for power.
> Poine

Hi Poine,
what about the S-Bus System from Futaba? Did anybody tried it already?  What 
kind of bus is it? Would this make the cabling 
nightmare a tick easier?


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