This post is part of my series on building a kinetic sculpture with the Mojo FPGA development board. (Part1 Part2)
My Mojo development board finally turned up and so I’ve been playing around with it for the last week. This post is just a quick update of some fist test code to control some servo motors and sweep them back and forth. The end goal of this project is full independent control of multiple servos to create moving sculptures. See this post for an overview of the project.
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This is the first post on my power supply build. Also see part II and the Circuitmaker project page.
An adjustable bench power supply has been on my list of things to build for quite a while. A linear supply should be relatively simple to design, with the added bonus of being a useful thing to have around. My goals with this project are to design and build a slightly more complex system than I have in the past, to lean to use PCB layout software and to actually get a PCB designed and manufactured. I wanted to design it from scratch, rather than using an adjustable 3 terminal regulator or a controller chip with everything built in – this is supposed to be a learning experience more than anything else.
My requirements are:
- 0-30V adjustable voltage
- 0-2A with current limiting.
- Separate fixed 5V output for powering digital circuits.
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