Assume I do a slow servo move from 0 to 100 which takes a few seconds. How does this work "behind the scenes" ? Am I right that the PC will sequentially send each individual position over wifi, and spread their timing to achieve the desired speed, rather than offload the entire instruction sequence to the EZB to be executed locally? If so, is there any feedback from the ezb controller to the PC to acknowledge it received the last command and does the PC wait before sending a new one? Or is the pc just sending each position on the assumption it will be received for as long as the board is connected?
Reason Im asking: Im seeing some occasional violent jerking where the head of my inmoov moves at full speed, despite all my attempts to limit the speed. My theory is that this is due to the EZB being busy or the wifi being unresponsive/briefly encountering a high latency spike for a short while, and the EZB software just keeps sending its sequential positions assuming they are executed, but when they are not for like half a second or so, this results in a full speed movement to "catch up".
If my assumption is correct, is there anything I can do about this? Like offload the entire slow movement sequence to the ezb so it can execute it autonomously without help and without persistently low latency connection to the PC?
Also, still based on the same assumption, stepper motors would be out of the question without a separate microcontroller?