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Std edition CameraITS_Arduino_Shield
License: Public Domain
The rev2 sensor fusion controller can control up to three sensor fusion rigs from a single host. The top view shows the silkscreen outlines for mounting the three 3-pin motor headers along the center axis, and three LED power jacks. The bottom view shows the silkscreen outlines for the 4 and 8-pin header connections required to mate with the UNO, a 5 V power jack and a 10 uF bypass capacitor.
To isolate the servo currents, power for the servos is provided through the external 5 V jack. The UNO electronics are powered separately through the USB connector, and there is no sharing of power between the two boards. Note that the existing external power jack on the UNO is unused and is covered up in the enclosure design to avoid confusion when connecting power to the controller.
|7||5.5mm LED socket||LEDPOWE2,LEDPOWER1,LEDPOWER3||DC-IN-TH_DC005||3|
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