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Is there an error in servo example description?

Increase of the pulse by 0.0001s on each pass will be increase of 10% in servo's range every 0.25s, not 0.5%. If servo position is determined by pulsewidth between 1-2ms then: 0.1ms / 1ms = 10%

Therefore, in example servo will move 40 % of its range per second, after 2.5s servo will move from 0% to 100% of its range.

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My limited experience shows many analog servos have great range than 1-2ms. You math is right given the "standard" servo range.

posted by Eric Palmer 23 Jul 2015
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