Servo Trigger Programming Guide
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Resources and Going Further
- The firmware was developed in Atmel Studio 6.2, and the controller was programmed with a JTAGICE3.
- If you’re writing new features for the Servo Trigger, you’ll probably need to reference the Tiny84 datasheet.
- The source code for the Servo Trigger can be found in this Github Repo.
- Atmel Studio contains the AVR-GCC compiler.
- The Servo Trigger can control any of our hobby servos.
- You can trigger it using many of our buttons and switches.
- Wikipedia has a very detailed article about Finite State Machines.
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