dslake

Member Since: December 9, 2010

Country: United States

  • For use with this breakout board, it would be very useful to have a right angle version of the 5-pin polarized header you offer here: http://www.sparkfun.com/products/8230
    The straight header interferes with the motion and click of the joystick. An example of what I need is here: http://www.futurlec.com/Connectors/POLHDRR5.shtml

  • It would be very useful to have a right angle version of this polarized header for use with the joystick breakout pcb. It has 5 pins but the straight header interferes with the motion and click of the joystick. An example of what I need is here: http://www.futurlec.com/Connectors/POLHDRR5.shtml

  • I also just received 2 of these arms with 2 medium servos. I am experiencing the same problem. I’ve spent 30 minutes trying to attach 1 servo to 1 arm. The face of the servo does not fit in the semi-rectangular hole and the mounting holes do not line up with the arm. Also, the holes in the black circular disk do not match the arm’s mounting holes. Even with some washers and tightening the screws, it’s not holding together. Can someone from SparkFun please describe how they used the provided hardware to connect these pieces together? The prototype in the video looks great and my son and I can’t wait to build it and go from there.

  • Sparkfun used to have the receiver here: http://www.sparkfun.com/products/8949 but it’s been deprecated. You can only buy the transmitter here now.

  • When will you start selling the Netduino Plus?

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