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Thread: Servo control questions
face BY : Bob Blick email (remove spam text)

The positive pulse width sets the position. Although the repetition rate
affects the speed/strength, they are real sloppy if you try to use that
as a feature.

Typically you drive multiple servos in sequence, round-robin. After
going though all 6 servos you'd start back at the beginning.

If you use a CCP peripheral in Compare mode you can generate nice
accurate pulses. Then use some external logic to steer it to each servo
in turn, like 74HC238.

Cheerful regards,


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