so i am working on a project that uses 6 linear actuators that have positional feedback. these are hooked up to 3 DRV8835 motor drivers and these are connected to an arduino nano. now my question is, is there a way to make the linear actuator stop at a point that i can define in the arduino code? i have attached the data sheet for those that may not be familiar with the actuonix PQ12-P linear actuator.
"Since the Arduino Nano has two analog pins" Huh? Nano has at least 6, like an Uno, and possibly 8 if A6 & A7 are brought out to pins, like many Promini equivalents do.