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Topic: How to make a one servo move in the opposite direction  (Read 367 times) previous topic - next topic

WarrentLeader56

Stupid question im sure.
I have some code and I have 4 servo I want the axes of myservo3 and servo4 to move in the opposite direction from myservo1 and 2. Im not sure what to do please help.

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#include <Servo.h>

//Servo objects created to control the servos
Servo myServo1;
Servo myServo2;
Servo myServo3;
Servo myServo4;

int servo1 = 3; //Digital PWM pin used by the servo 1
int servo2 = 5; //Digital PWM pin used by the servo 2
int servo3 = 6; //Digital PWM pin used by the servo 3
int servo4 = 9; //Digital PWM pin used by the servo 4

int joyX = 0;   //Analog pin to which the joystick (X) is connected
int joyY = 1;   //Analog pin to which the joystick (Y) is connected

void setup(){
  myServo1.attach(servo1);
  myServo2.attach(servo2);
  myServo3.attach(servo3);
  myServo4.attach(servo4);
 

}

void loop(){
 
  int valX = analogRead(joyX); //Read the joystick X value (value between 0 and 1023)
  int valY = analogRead(joyY); //Read the joystick Y value (value between 0 and 1023)

  valX = map(valX, 0, 1023, 10, 170); //Scale the joystick X value to use it with the servo
  valY = map(valY, 0, 1023, 10, 170); //Scale the joystick Y value to use it with the servo

  //Sets the servo position according to the scaled values.
  myServo1.write(valX);   
  myServo2.write(valY);
 
  myServo3.write(valX);//These two servos are ment to move in the opposite direction to myservo1 and 2   
  myServo4.write(valY);

  delay(5);
}


slipstick


WarrentLeader56

Thanks slipstick you have made my day.
it now works

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