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Servos Dead Band Width

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by Baz Gascoigne, Feb 18, 2019.

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  1. Baz Gascoigne

    Baz Gascoigne Member

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    what is 2us Dead Band Width and what setting would you use for it 50hz 65hz 120hz 165hz or 200hz? I'm a bit confused lol
     


  2. murankar

    murankar Moderator Staff Member Armed Forces

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    If this is for a servo then the servo mfg should have that info in the spec sheet.

    The dead band has to do with how well the servo centers and operates around center. I don't know the science behind it but rdsok can probably give you a full on college lecture on it. While tony will give the Barney version.
     
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    Just for the OCD in everyone... it isn't a us "you ess" ... it's a ┬Ás for micro seconds.

    Since radio and electronic signals also have noise in them... if the servo's were to always move with a signal change, they'd just jitter back and forth all of the time... The dead band amount is how much signal must be present before the servo starts moving.
     
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    Tony Administrator Staff Member

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    Barney version?
     
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    murankar Moderator Staff Member Armed Forces

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    Simplified
     
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