What is the default PWM frequency of the EZ-B v4, and is it adjustable?
I'm sorry; I should been more precise in my question. Here is what I do know;
In a conventional analog servo motor a PWM signal with a period of 20 ms is used to control the motors.
A signal of 20 ms has a frequency of 50 Hz. The width of the pulse is varied between 1 and 2 ms to control the motor shaft position.
When a voltage is applied to the circuit the inductance of L slows down the rate at which the current rises. This happens because the inductor produces a back EMF which resists the current flowing through it. ... Therefore PWM signals using higher frequencies give less time for the current to rise.
This produces greater starting torque and less heat.
I'm going to assume that this is NOT ADJUSTABLE with the EZB and the frequency is locked at the 50Hz.
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