Bluetooth Servo Motor Control

March 2, 2009
The Module MAC00-FB4 facilitates wireless control of the vendor’s MAC servo motors, via a direct BlueTooth connection, providing freedom from cables.
Via the BlueTooth link, the motor can be set up and controlled the same as with a serial connection, but instead of a serial connector, the FB4 module is equipped with an antenna. The module can be programmed via the vendor’s MacTalk software. Control is typically done from a mobile phone or a PC. In addition, the module offers the possibility for connection of a local zero-set sensor. Connection of supply and signals takes place through 3 robust M12 connectors.JVL Internationalwww.jvlusa.com513.877.3134 

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