Arduino Tutorial: Using a Servo SG90 with Arduino
Having a big Color TFT display for your Arduino Projects can make things much more impressive. Today I am going to show how to use the low cost 3.2″ inch Color TFT display with Arduino Mega and Arduino Due.
I always wanted to have a big display for my Arduino projects. So, a few weeks ago I decided to buy this 3.2 Inch color TFT display for Arduino Mega from Banggood.com because the price is so tempting! Less than 7$ for a 3.2’ color TFT display. With that price you can’t go wrong. Here’s the link.
WHERE TO BUY
1. SG90 Servo: http://bit.ly/SG90Servo
2. Arduino Due: http://bit.ly/ArduinoDUE
3. 3.2″ Display: http://bit.ly/32COLORTFT
4. Distance Sensor: http://bit.ly/HCSR04B
5. Cheap Arduino Uno: http://bit.ly/Cheap_Uno
6. Wires: http://bit.ly/WiresArduino
The connection with Arduino is extremely easy. The servo has three leads. The brown one is the Ground so we connect to it Arduino Ground. The red one is Vcc so we connect it to Arduino 5V. The last lead, the yellow one is the signal lead which goes to any digital pin you like. We connect it to digital pin 8 today. As you can see, if we power up Arduino, the servo starts rotating! It is that easy!
CODE OF THE PROJECT
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