Hiwonder PS2 Wireless Handle Remote Control with USB Receiver
- Powerful PS2 signal receiver
- Simply designed button and remoter
- Support robotic arm and humanoid robot control
- Only compatible with Hiwonder Serial Bus Servo Controller
Using the Hiwonder wireless PS2 handle has been a delightful experience in remotely controlling robotics. The PS2 signal receiver's impressive range ensures that I can control robots from a distance. The Hiwonder PS2 handle has become an essential tool for my robotics projects, offering a reliable and enjoyable remote control solution.
Hiwonder's wireless PS2 handle has truly simplified the way I control robotic arms and humanoid robots. The thoughtfully designed buttons and joystick minimize the complexity of operation, making it accessible for users with varying levels of experience.
The Hiwonder wireless PS2 handle has significantly enhanced my experience in controlling my robot. The built-in Bluetooth module ensures a stable and reliable connection, providing me with the flexibility to operate the robot remotely. What stands out is the specially designed remoter, offering a comfortable grip and easy access to controls. It's a powerful and user-friendly addition to my robotics toolkit.
If is switch the provided Bluetooth controller to Servo mode and attempt to use the corresponding servo buttons to change the servo positions, the servos are very slow and lacking power. Also the full range of motion for each servo is not reached. What should I do to fix the issue? Is this issue due to a misconfiguration or is it due to a fault with the Bluetooth controller or Serial bus controller
Hi Joseph, which servos are you using? How many volts? Please share more details with us so that we can check for you. Email: email@example.com
Wonderful robot. Nice to see a manufacturer that uses the Raspberry Pi to control servos and whole robot. You do not need any other computer (like a windows PC) to use TonyPi and TonyPi serial servos. Also enjoy nice Pi hat that controls servos and handles power distribution and charging. Hope to see a (maybe smaller) 22 joint robot with orthogonal “two servos in one” ankle and hip.
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