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Thread: Servo motor H bridge control
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Bob Blick wrote:

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Ah... I missed this. I thought of employing your method of using a
translation table for the PWM, so that a small error will still move the
motor. But there's the (unknown) torque, which even with the initial dead
band removed would require an I part before, so that the voltage can rise
above the needed level to move the motor against the torque. I guess the
integration by the motor is not quite the same as the integration by the

I've seen a regulator design that was something like a PI regulator for
position, with the output going into something like a PD regulator for
speed. They claimed faster response times and easier adjustment than the
normal PID position regulators.

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