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Member Since: August 26, 2010

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  • I have 2 of these servos. While connected to an Arduino and the servo library
    I wrote code where I could input value from keyboard(ms) and show value in serial console. Servo was moving accordingly
    Servo library accepts millis as well as degrees inputs and to translate 180 degrees into millis you divide 500(ms) by 90(deg)
    There you have 5,5ms = 1 degree movement = minimum speed of continuous servo
    that was more or less the minimum required input to keep servo moving constantly.

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