Hi everyone, I am working on a project that uses 2 servo motors and a stepper motor . I am using serial commands to print to the monitor for debugging and everything was working fine until I tried to use a servo motor that came with an Arduino starter kit .
When running the sample Arduino servo code (sweep.ino) the motor runs fine, but as soon as I add "Serial.begin(9600);" into the code (in the setup area) the servo becomes unresponsive, the other 2 servo motors not included in the starter kit run fine with the added code.
So my questions are, is there any way to fix is issue of serial data transmission interfering with the motor? Is there a way that I can print debugging information besides using Serial commands? Should I just suck it up and buy another motor that I know works with Serial commands in the code (they are only 10 bucks + shipping)?
Thanks in advance for any advice.