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Continuous Servo Ramping

I don't want to spoil the project yet, but I have 2 continuous servos in tank drive. The continuous servo Movement Panel works but for balance purposes I need to ramp it up to full power. The problem is if I issue a PWM command, the servos will only go forward which causes the robot to spin(one servo mounted backwards). How can I ramp one servo backwards? Negative PWM?


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You use ServoSpeed not PWM to control continuous rotation servos ramping. The servospeed value controls how fast it ramps up and down, not the max speed. There is a sample project in the EZ-Cloud "Continuous Rotation servo Speed Ramp"

Alan