PWMcontrol on Raspberry Pi: installation and first test on Hatalógico board

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Finally I got my first test with Hatalógico and it looks promising: just out of the box PWM working. That means servos working right in the same platform as a powerful linux board! If you don’t know the Hatalógico board for Raspberry Pi, go and check it here, there are 3 days left to get it at a special price and features.

PWMcontrol on Raspberry Pi installation and first test on Hatalógico board

So these here are my steps to get the Hatalógico working. I’m new to Raspberry Pi so I had to search documentation online, but in some hours I had everything working plus more new knowledge to keep going (see video at the bottom) 😉

Let’s see the board first, with all the headers soldered already. The main header (that goes from Raspberry Pi to the Hatalogico) came with the board. The other I had in my toolbox so it was easy to do.

PWMcontrol on Raspberry Pi installation and first test on Hatalógico board schematicThen I added a small display with loudspeakers to test the Raspberry Pi.

(Yes, I can handle the Raspberry Pi with SSH, and I do, but I like having my laptop screen free to do other things while testing).

Next step, testing a LED attached to PWM0 output from Hatalógico. It works like a charm after some “git” installing, as detailed in the attached file to this article.

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