234/1.003*(time in milliseconds) = number of cycles
That means that
(234 / 1.003) * 1.5 = 349.95015
Shouldn't it be higher than 349 ?
Also if we look into this post about the "magic numbers" - http://www.societyofrobots.com/robotforum/index.php?topic=2724.0
We see that he correctly says
Letís compute how many cycles the 1.5 ms correspond. For this case, the number of cycles would beÖ
23/.992*(1.5) = 34.8 (letís make an integer of 35).
So thats 34.8 @ 1 mHz ( speed of 50 dollar robot) and guess what 34.8 * 16 ( speed of Axon) is ? Its 556 .
I know I am basically just repeating the formula I posted up before , but this is my logic to get 556.
Also, centering can be different if you modded the servo differently. You might find it centering between 500-700.
I am using the servos in my bipedal robot and I am not modifying them. 1.5 mS is the standard pulse for centering servos.