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  1. Honorablemention RX24 need help with getting position with Arduino Mega

    Hi guys, I bought RX24-f servo but I could not get the position feedback from that servo, actually I have used cheaper servos before but
    I'm newbie for RX24-f. I have no money for control board CM700, could you please lead me a way to get the position feedback from it by using arduino mega and MAX 485 circuitry. I constructed the arduino mega and MAX 485 circuitry than I turned on/off the led however could not find anything for getting position feedback from it. I watched many videos, and all of them using CM 700 etc. Could you help me please?

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    Re: RX24 need help with getting position with Arduino Mega

    Robotis manuals are here: http://support.robotis.com/en/
    RX-24F is here: http://support.robotis.com/en/produc...ies/rx-24f.htm

    Information about the protocol can be found here: http://support.robotis.com/en/produc...munication.htm
    To get position feedback, read registers 36/37 (Present Position) Note that it's a two-byte value that has to be concatenated to a 16-bit integer.

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