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    Forum For Using Arduino With RC

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    Post  timgarrod on Wed Mar 01, 2017 6:05 pm

    Evening All,

    I been messing around with the arduino now for a couple of weeks and really find them usefully and easy to us (well the basics) and all you need is a computer and little knownage. The issue i found is there was very limited info o how to get them to work with are RC units.

    So with a couple of very knowledgeable people (not me :) ) we found it would be a good idea to set up a forum just for the use of Arduinos with RC, with how too and for people to ask questions.

    One example i've got working is with my robbe 8 ch mutliswitch so instead of paying £50 + for a robbe unit or a cheaper clone, i got it working for a fiver :)

    If your interest or wanting more information on want can be done, please pop over and have a look.

    http://rcarduino.freeforums.net/

    Thanks

    Tim

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