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BCIcdrz

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I need to make a rc switch. with a 1 inputs and 2 outputs

inputs:
1) signal in (from reciever)

outputs:
1) > set point *
2) < set point *

* with 5 - 10% dead zone

I use PICBasic Pro and preferred 16F628a chip
 

Nigel Goodwin

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BCIcdrz said:
I need to make a rc switch. with a 1 inputs and 2 outputs

inputs:
1) signal in (from reciever)

outputs:
1) > set point *
2) < set point *

* with 5 - 10% dead zone

I use PICBasic Pro and preferred 16F628a chip

The input from an RC receiver is a variable width pulse, you simply need to measure the width of the pulse - I don't use PICBasic, but I seem to recall it has a PulseIn command?. Then simply compare the value from the pulse width and take the appropriate action.
 
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