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Servo control Via Potentiometer wirelessly

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rpowers550:
Does anyone know how I could control a servos degree with a potentiometer wirelessly. I though of using a transmitter and receiver, but I havn't found anything promising. I just need to control one servo with one potentiometer, but it wouldn't hurt if I could control more. I need the servo to basically mirror the rotation of the potentiometer for a robot head, and I want to eventually add another potentiometer that can adjust how much the servo will turn from the first POT depending on that the second POT is set on.

Mastermime:
What are using for a controller board as of now?  Arduino?   This is pretty easy using Xbee modules and two Arduino boards, but this requires a lot of extra hardware if you don't have it already.  Someone else may have a better idea

waltr:
A RC transmitter/receiver that has a rotating joy stick end (used steering cars) should work right out of the box.
Like these:
http://www3.towerhobbies.com/listings/cat-j.html


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