2 axis Stabilization system? HBL2360

4 years 8 months ago #29531579 by S3eed77z
Hello

I built a pan and tilt for the camera but it lacked stabilization.
I got An HBL2360 controller to make a 2 axis Gimbal Stabilization system, if things got well I'll try 3 axis pan,tilt, and roll.

I'll be using rc radio transmitter/receiver
I was thinking of open loop system for pan and tilt.
Or open loop system for pan and closed loop relative position system for tilt.

So I understand I need an encoder on the output shaft of the gearbox, so I use Roboteq application to determine the position and speed of the rotation of the tilt closed loop system.

I would like to know what gyro do I use and will be the best for this small project?

Its command tx to rx>gyro to HBL2360 right?

I saw Roboteq has the extension board that had a gyro, but will it work for my project and how?

Thank you

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4 years 8 months ago - 4 years 8 months ago #29531581 by niko
RIOX can be a solid solution for your gyro requirement. Addittionally via CAN bus it can communicate easily with the HBL2360, using RoboCAN. Both support scripting, so the stabilisation algorith can run in either two.

It can run in the HBL2360, so the gyro data will be sent from RIOX to HBL2360.

It can run on RIOX and then RIOX can command accordingly the HBL2360.

Check the attached document about RoboCAN.

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4 years 8 months ago - 4 years 8 months ago #29531601 by S3eed77z
I hope you help me on my path to make my gimbal stabilized, cause I'm no genius *.*

I just need time to gather $

Does anyone know how can I send analog/voltage divider to PPM?

I want to use sensors (string potentiometer,biometric pressure,force) as input command, but has to be long range and reliable. I have a Scherrer 433mhz but it requires PPM Input.

I have found the bee 900mhz or 800mhz but it will jam my video signal of 900mhz.

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