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Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Be sure to use the Arduino Stack Exchange for questions that are more Arduino and less robotics.

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There isn't exactly a predictable correspondence of the two. I mean, you've already said that 1500us is the mid point. Values above or below that are really just amounts of pressure to apply to the mo …
answered Mar 24 '15 by Octopus
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It should be completely safe. Assuming that the 5V BEC on the ESC is not damaged then it is providing a regulated voltage to your Arduino. Furthermore, the USB port on the Arduino is protected from back current with Zener diodes, thus protecting whatever may be plugged into that port. …
answered Sep 21 '15 by Octopus
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Warm blooded mammals and birds should be similar to humans as far as these sensors are concerned, amphibians and reptiles probably not. Here are some thermal signatures from sensors that are more sop …
answered Nov 2 '15 by Octopus
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I believe there is confusion about these terms. Strictly speaking, the ESC is PWM controlled. Although the signal usually gets there from a transmitter and receiver signal that is PPM encoded. It se …
answered Dec 23 '15 by Octopus
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Here's a few ideas: Insert two bare wires as probes and measure the resistance between them. The resistance should drop dramatically once the liquid touches both sensors. Insert a sonar into one end …
answered May 14 '15 by Octopus
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First of all I would suggest calibrating them. From the eBay page you linked to, It would seem that the ESCs are probably HobbyWing (or HobbyWing clones). I would suggest finding some spec sheets for …
answered Mar 8 '16 by Octopus
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Primarily it will be GPS based. I have a Phantom 3 Pro and I have seen how the Go Home feature works. Before it returns to the x,y coordinates set as "home" it goes to a specific altitude. Presumably …
answered Dec 23 '15 by Octopus