A LabRecon chip and Breadboard Experimentor
with a wireless Bluetooth interface is shown simultaneously
controlling 4 servos and 2 stepper
Motors and reading a 2-channel quadrature encoder,
2-axis gyro, and ultrasonic distance sensor.
With this example there are still unused I/O pins for a
count/frequency input and 2 on/off outputs.
The LabRecon chip can be configured through the LabRecon software
to provide many combinations of I/O functions.
Servo outputs are controllable over an extended range of 500us to
2500us and also allows for a power down mode.
Stepper motors are controlled for either absolute position
or continuous speed and direction.
Both 2-channel quadrature and single channel count inputs
provide frequency values in addition to count.
Details are specified in
LabRecon - Chip Datasheet (rev 2.0).pdf.