myservoX.attach(pinServo_X, 1000, 2000); myservoY.attach(pinServo_Y, 1000, 2000);
#define LIMIT_ANGLE 50 // Max range
Have you perhaps still got the Sabertooth in mix mode?The SLOW problem that you previously encountered was simply the result of the change to myservo. and retaining Making it ZERO would have given back the full speed range.
I was using 1 off, 2/3 on, 4 off, 5 on, 6 off
Edit :I do have an update though and finally getting some where . I reset the board, loaded 1.7 code with limit at 50 , check all connections and now it's kinda working .
Somehow I manage to place a lead from the 5V pin from uno into my breadboard positive bus bar . I suppose the 5V from uno and the 6v battery both being tied into the positive bus bar was causing my hc05 to freak out ?
@kas do you have a suggestion for amp sensor for these wheel chair motors ?
Happy guy, you didn't fry your BT cardIt's now time for you to describe your electrical setup, a drawing or a photo will help.Woody is the expert for wheel chairs, most of them appear to be powered by two 12Volts batteries, please confirm Remember you don't need a specific battery for the Arduino supply, as it can be powered from 12 volts (NOT 24V ).Any need for battery Voltage monitoring ??
Will a simply voltage divider work like on the smaller BOT ?
I am trying to source a good 20mm sprocket for the jack shaft . I was thinking about going 6 to 1 when I build my new frame . Have you measured the pulling force of your bot at 6 to 1 ? How bad did your top speed suffer ?
I was also testing some fail safe measures on the current code and when I disconnect the battery powering the Uno , 1 wheel will continue to spin and the other one will stop? However if I turn off Bluetooth on my mobile both wheels will stop like its suppose to , is there a way to fix this? Or just hope I never have a dead battery or failed connector ?
do you think the coding you did for the AMP sensor I currently have will be the same for the 100 amp bi-directional ?