Save the user-defined offset of the robot. The unit is degrees.

The first element of the array represents the Servo offset of the first channel, the second element represents the AIServo offset of the second channel, and so on.

Up to 64 channels of AIServo offsets can be specified.




  • servooffset: Variable of AIServoOffset type.
  • channel: Range: 0 ~ 63, its value represents the AIServo of the nth channel; please see the example below.




#include <AIServo86.h>
AIServoPort(ROBOTIS, AX12) bus;
AIServo myservo0;
AIServo myservo1;
AIServo myservo2;
AIServoOffset myoffset;
void setup()
   bus.begin(Serial1, 1000000);
   myservo0. attach(bus, 9);
   myservo1. attach(bus, 11);
   myservo2. attach(bus, 5);
   myoffset.offsets[0] = -20; // Set Offset content
   myoffset.offsets[1] = 5;
   myoffset.offsets[2] = -10;
   // assign the value of Offset to the servo (the value of offsets[0] is assigned to myservo0
   // , the value of offsets[1] is assigned to myservo1, and the value of offsets[2] is assigned to myservo2)
   myoffset.setOffsets(myservo0, myservo1, myservo2);
void loop() {}

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The text of the 86Duino reference is a modification of the Arduino reference and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License. Code samples in the reference are released into the public domain.

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