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Really i'm just trying to make a higher powered standard motor into a servo.
QuoteReally i'm just trying to make a higher powered standard motor into a servo. Just out of curiosity, why? Why not just buy a stepper motor or an industrial servo or use encoders?
You're saying that the PID controller will accept the PWM signal and then power the motor appropriately to hold certain angles provided I program the controller correctly.
Everytime I think i figure it out I feel like i take 10 steps backwards.
Anyways, do you have a suggestion on microcontrollers?
For the actuator output, how do i translate that value into a percentage of the duty cycle. Obviously if full power is needed then it will just be a straight dc voltage, but if 50% is needed then the duty cycle needs to be adjusted.
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