Pololu Maestro Servo Controller

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Android

Node.js

https://www.npmjs.org/package/pololu-maestro

C

http://www.pololu.com/docs/0J40/5.h.1

gcc setmaestro.c -o setmaestro
./setmaestro /dev/tty.usbmodem00072841 0 6000

Bash

http://www.pololu.com/product/1350

> system_profiler SPUSBDataType
...
       Pololu Micro Maestro 6-Servo Controller:

          Product ID: 0x0089
          Vendor ID: 0x1ffb
          Version:  1.02
          Serial Number: 00072848
          Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec
          Manufacturer: Pololu Corporation
          Location ID: 0x14300000 / 1
          Current Available (mA): 500
          Current Required (mA): 100
...


http://www.pololu.com/docs/0J40/5.h.4

#!/bin/bash
# Sends a Set Target command to a Pololu Maestro servo controller
# via its virtual serial port.
# Usage: maestro-set-target.sh DEVICE CHANNEL TARGET
# Linux example: bash maestro-set-target.sh /dev/ttyACM0 0 6000
# Mac OS X example: bash maestro-set-target.sh /dev/cu.usbmodem00234567 0 6000
# Windows example: bash maestro-set-target.sh '\\.\USBSER000' 0 6000
# Windows example: bash maestro-set-target.sh '\\.\COM6' 0 6000
# CHANNEL is the channel number
# TARGET is the target in units of quarter microseconds.
# The Maestro must be configured to be in USB Dual Port mode.
DEVICE=$1
CHANNEL=$2
TARGET=$3

byte() {
  printf "\\x$(printf "%x" $1)"
}

{
  byte 0x84
  byte $CHANNEL
  byte $((TARGET & 0x7F))
  byte $((TARGET >> 7 & 0x7F))
} > $DEVICE


Robot Operating System

Python

#!/usr/bin/python
import math, time, serial

def get_command(channel, target):
        target = target * 4
        serialBytes = chr(0x84)+chr(channel)+chr(target & 0x7F)+chr((target >> 7) & 0x7F)
        return serialBytes

ser = serial.Serial('/dev/ttyACM0')
ser.write(chr(0xAA))
ser.flush()

i=0.0
while(i<2*math.pi):
        i = i+0.01
        print math.sin(i)
        ser.write(get_command(1,int((math.sin(i)*300)+1500)))
        ser.write(get_command(0,int((math.sin(i)*300)+1500)))

        time.sleep(0.002)

ser.write(get_command(1,0))
ser.write(get_command(0,0))

ser.close()

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