How to define angle for 995 360deg continuous servo?
In the 995 datasheet , angular velocity = 0.17s/60 Deg (5 volt)
:= 180 deg = 0.51s But practically I’m getting 805s
And other angles are as follows (irl)
425s = 90deg
805s = 180deg
1130s = 270deg
1475s = 360deg
I want to know why it’s not consistent and (if it’s not a mistake of mine) could I get a formula for the time to degree
Thanks for your time
kowshik1729 last edited by
@hydro-bob Can you post the details of servo like datasheet of the servo you're using?
It’s normal mg 995 servo
salmanfaris last edited by
Hi @hydro-bob , did find the solution?
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