I have a general question regarding the Release() script command. What I would like to do is to add this to some of my scripts after a Sleep() duration command to release some of my servos to save on any unnecessary servo holding strain and also to save on battery power.
But I read in a post somewhere recently (can't find the thread I saw it in at the moment) that using a "release" would cause the EZ-B to brown out and would need to be power cycled, or dis and reconnect the EZ-B's network connection, as this should only be used in an emergency.
I have tried it on a simple servo script to have a servo release at its rest position and it seemed to work ok. But before I go ahead and add more Release() commands to a lot more scripts, can anyone tell me if this would be ok to do, or would it not be advisable? Obviously a don't want to keep restarting the EZ-B every time a servo is released in a script.