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Offline ZevooTopic starter

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50 dollar robot help
« on: October 27, 2014, 04:20:53 AM »
Hello everyone  :)
I just wanted to check if I didnt mess anything up.
So I made the circuit for the robot and and I got my multimeter out to check if it works (switched to resistance setting). I got reading from the circuit so I assumed that I have done it properly. Got my battery pack (with switch) and plugged it to the circuit. I made circuit using the PDF circuit Schematic (6 pins for the programmer). I had a servo plugged into the circuit too. When I switched the power on the servo Moved which caused the wires to move from the pins (I was holding the two wires from battery pack).
After that the servo did not move at all when I plugged the power in but I still got the same readings from the multimeter after that happened.
Can you guys help me and tell me what happened?
I attached some pictures to show the circuit. I plugged the batteries to the pins that seem the most isolated. On the schematic it said to plug the battery pack there.

Ii had to cur some bits from the picture so that I could put it on here.

Offline billhowl

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Re: 50 dollar robot help
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2014, 09:48:59 AM »
You have show us the back of the PCB on how you connect up the circuit.

You say you got  same readings from the multimeter, which point to which point had readings? 

 


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