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Old 08-25-2005, 01:23 PM   #1
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Hi there
I need some tech info on the acoms AS16 servos I am using, and thought you R/C guys would be able to help, I am driving them using micro controllers, and If I send 1ms pulses this centralises the servo if I send 2ms pulses this turns it anticlockwise, this is completely different from all other info I can find on the net about servos which says 1ms should turn it anticlockwise 1.5ms should cetralise it and 2ms should turn it clockwise. Does anyone have any definitve info on these servos? are they different from other servos? and do they need a pulse less than 1ms to turn it clockwise? cos if i do I am screwed because my micros smallest time increment is 1ms. I dont want to struggle on trying to get this to work if it is impossible to do
Any info/advice gratefully received
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