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Probably but silly question but I can’t figure it out,
does any one know how to revert a servo in either script or the movement panel?
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Related Control Auto Position Movement Panel (Gait)
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return to (a previous state, practice, topic, etc.).
"he reverted to his native language"
synonyms:return, go back, come back, change back, retrogress, regress, default;
1) That word doesn't make sense in the context of this question. Can you try again?
2) You didn't select any controls related to the question when asking. Please edit your question and add the controls so people understand what you're asking. There are dozens of movement panels. Select the Movement Panel you're asking about.
i need this button in the script for my humanoid robot. I have two servos at a joint and one is flipped so if the direction of said servo isn’t inverted then they work against each other.
When I use the "Vertical Servo" or "Horizontal Servo" controls, under the port settings there is a button that lets you invert the direction of your servo.
I have two servos one is facing right and the other left. I want these servos to move simultaneously, each moving to the same position at the same exact time.
In order to do that one of the servos needs to be inverted so that they move in the same direction.
I want to use either an auto position gait to control the servos or.... just write a script that controls the servos.
However, there is not an "Invert direction" button in the Auto Position gait nor can I find an invert function in the script cheat sheet.
Is there a way to control the two servos, one inverted and one not, using either the Auto Position gait or by writing a script.
Thanks so much for all the help
150 degrees is the opposite of 30 degrees.
130 degrees is the opposite of 50 degrees
177 degrees is the opposite of 3 degrees
and so on...
When ever I go to power the servos the whole EZ-B will just shut off.
That’s what I mean, it’s not working.
It’s not a problem of amps because I have the servos wired up directly to my power supply.
I thought it was was shutting down because the servos were working against each other.
so do you think it’s a problem with the servos not moving together or could it be something else?