I'm currently trying to test out 4 servos with a Protrinket 5v (on breadboard currently).
I coded my first 2 servos (Servos 1 and 2) to rotate the way I wanted to rotate (which they both rotate opposite directions with 1 switch, which is good!)
So I coded the other 2 servos (Servos 3 and 4) to rotate how I wanted and turned out perfectly as well!
I later then put Servos 3 and 4 along with Servos 1 and 2 together to see if they'll function with the code altogether, Servos 1, 3 and 4 work fine! But I'm having an issue with Servo 2 rotating at all... Seems like it doesn't want to operate when all 4 are pinned altogether.
I'm planning on rigging this along to a powerboost 500c along with Protrinket 5v controlled with 1 switch, and 2 motions. (I'll post code afterwards). I pinned: Switch = Pin 5 Servo 1 = Pin 3 Servo 2 = Pin 4 Servo 3 = Pin 9 Servo 4 = Pin 10
Again this is on a breadboard, so what I'm asking is what's causing Servo 2 not to operate properly? Is it the switch? Cause when I was toggling the switch connection (Im using a push button dpdt switch) Servo 2 will move when im touching the switch pin (which I know I shouldn't) causing Servo 2 to move the way it's supposed to and Servo 1 to retract and not operate the way it's coded... thats not what I wanted.. Is this a connection issue? Switch? Coding? Protrinket not able to power 4 servos? Our my pin connections wrong? (I'm a noob at coding and this is practically my first project with microcontrollers) I really want all 4 servos to rotate properly with 1 switch :(