Hi, I will be using the Futaba S9352HV due to it's high speed and good torque. I could not find more details regarding this servo but according to the sales guy, he states that this servo is capable of continuous rotation, however, positional control is no longer possible via the built-in servo driver
- hence it may have to be via from my own servo controller, which in this case will be the Arduino.
I would like to have 2 revolutions with positional control (eg stops at 0, 90, 180, 270, 360, 450, 540, 630 and 720 degrees). I would like to ask if this possible to configure using the Arduino?
There are frequent questions on this... I wonder why the manufacturers don't make a "continuous rotation servo with position control" or I suppose more correctly a "bi-directional dc motor with position control".... oh wait, they do... that's a stepper motor isn't it?
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