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 We connected the servo motor to the Arduino and added 2 buttons (one button to turn the blades, and the other button to turn the blades back) as in the schematic below: We connected the servo motor to the Arduino and added 2 buttons (one button to turn the blades, and the other button to turn the blades back) as in the schematic below:
  
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 We used the Arduino sketch given by Adriana to actuate a servo motor. We used the Arduino sketch given by Adriana to actuate a servo motor.
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 +We connected the 8 servo motors to the Arduino in the same way as before (ground to ground, VCC to 5 volts) and connected each motor to a digital pin (pins used were: 5,​6,​7,​8,​9,​10,​11,​12).
  
 In the Arduino sketch, we added the pin numbers for all the servo motors. Our final code looked like this: In the Arduino sketch, we added the pin numbers for all the servo motors. Our final code looked like this: