ServoFrameKondo.setPostions()

[Servo86]

Description

Set the target position of the specified servo to the action frame content stored in the positions[] array.

Syntax

myframe.setPositions()
myframe.setPositions(servo0)
myframe.setPositions(servo0, servo1)
myframe.setPositions(servo0, servo1, ... , servo44)

myframe.setPositions(time)
myframe.setPositions(time, servo0)
myframe.setPositions(time, servo0, servo1)
myframe.setPositions(time, servo0, servo1, ... , servo44)

Parameters

  • myframe: the object of ServoFrameKondo type.
  • servo0 ~ servo44 (optional): Servo type object; servo0 uses the value of positions[0], servo1 uses the value of positions[1], and so on.
  • time (optional): If this value is not set, or if it is set to 0, the servo will rotate at full speed.

Returns

None.

Example

#include <Servo86.h>
  
Servo myservo0;
Servo myservo1;
Servo myservo2;
ServoFrameKondo myframe; // declares a ServoFrameKondo object
  
void setup()
{
   myservo0.attach(9);
   myservo1.attach(11);
   myservo2.attach(5);
 
   myframe.positions[0] = 1800; // set the frame content
   myframe.positions[1] = 1300;
   myframe.positions[2] = 2000;
 
   // Set the time to rotate the servo from the current position to the position specified by myframe in 500ms, that is:
   // myservo0 rotates to position[0],
   // myservo1 rotates to position[1],
   // myservo2 rotates to position[2].
   myframe.setPositions(500, myservo0 , myservo1, myservo2);
 
   servoMultiRun(); // command all servos to start turning
}
  
void loop() {}

See also


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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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