So I am about to raize a 20 meter pole to put a ubiquiti antenna on it (everything about the pole to keep it steady and how to raize it etc has been taken care of )
My issue is that I thought that maybe I need in the future (due to wind or what not) make some adjustments on the ankle of the antenna and raizing a 20 meter stairs wont be pheasible most of the time.
So I thought about indeast fastening the antenna on the tip of the pole I could fasten it on a base that has 3 degrees of movement (A,B,C) so that I can move the antenna right or left tilt it right or left and move its direction up or down at an angle
I have prepared a dirty sketch to give you a feeling of what I am looking for.
A,B,C are the labels of the motors/gears (in red) the antenna is in green the blue arrows show what I expect the movement of each motor to do
I also added a camera (blue box) that which basically doesnt need to be something fancy just a simple low res sensor I need it because the ubiquiti antenna has a level indicator on its back so the webcam would be pointed at that level indicator and feed the signal to me over lan so that I know the antenna is leveled the cheaper the better I only need to be able to see the bubble be in the middle of that level indicator on a sunny day.
It needs to be PoE and I am thinking to use an ardruino PoE capable variant to do this thing
So what kind of motors should I use and any advice on the actual application (dont take my dirty sketch as a base or mandatory guide line , it is just there to give you a general idea of what I athink of making if you think I miss something or over engineered something or have a totally different idea that you think is going to be a better sollution then please enlighten me )