Robot Dude wrote:
SSC-32 = 32 servo outputs and 4 analog/digital inputs
Atom Pro 28 = 20 general I/O's of which 8 are analog capable.
Hi Robot Dude,
appreciate this post from you too (I think you and I are in the same boat MrWizard - good technical skills but no programming experience). I'm soon to purchase a Johnny 5 robot.
Going off the above, does this mean while the SSC-32 supports 32 servos, the Atom Pro 28 handles considerably less (how many?), meaning some servos will have to be left by the wayside with PS2 control?
To start out, is there anything wrong with me using SSC-32 --> serial cable --> smaller than Pico ITX Cyrix II SBC motherboard running Visual Sequencer to play around with programming/sequences? In addition, does the ARC32 have a similar program like Visual Programmer (that is, something with a GUI) to program sequences?
Thanks (and apologies for slight thread hijack!)