Breakout Driver board for 3 wire servos. Note: Board requires control Input from a Arduino or other microcontroller that you program
On-board PCA9685 dedicated controller provides 16-Channels of 12-bit PWM to drive all 16 channels with no additional microcontroller processing overhead. 6 address solder jumper for simple end-to-end cascade up to 62 boards (992 servos.)
Green LED Power Indicator
Power: 3-5V for easy connection to controller power also provides 3-5V to SCL/SDA pullups.
V+ & GND Terminal block for servo power up to 12V (DO NOT Connect 12V to Vcc pins)
16 x 3 0.1pitch headers for servo connections (V+, PWM,, Gnd)
0.1" pitch holes/header for cascading boards
Output Enable input to disable all outputs. When Low (0) all servos are enabled (low by default). Each PWM runs independently but all have the same PWM frequency.
Max current: 25mA/ Output L: 2-7/16" W: 1" H: 11/16" WT: .02
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The datasheet has only the addressing part of the schematic. It is insufficient to see the microprocessor board inputs and the on-card micro wiring. A table of what has to be supplied to the board for each PWM value is also needed. It is insufficient data to make use of this part. An instructional video would also be nice.