Servo Motor Control: Conclusion

An Overview of Servo Motor Control
           Servo Motors are definitely very useful in the world of robotics. They allow us torque & precise movements. They are great 'actuators' for imitating things like fingers, hand or leg movements. The ease of control via the PIC makes them all the more desireable to use in projects, however even servos have their limitations.

What To Do Now
           There are many different types of servos out there. Hi-Tec, Futaba, airtronics just to name a few. Some have different wiring & even use different types of PWM input signals. This may force you to change the programming style I've created to better suite your specific servos.
           Please note that the methods I've used in this tutorial for controlling servos are not the only ones. You can potentially control as many servos as you want with a PIC amd your own creative programming so don't feel that you are limited by the code I've shown you here today.

           The tutorial was able to cover everything I had hoped it would and we had success in controlling servos which was our main purpose & goal. I will have more projects coming which use servos so you can see how they fit into projects which are doing many things at once.
           Having now gone over how to control DC Motors & Servo Motors I'll be able to move onto stepper motors in a future tutorial. So for those of you who have been waiting to see it, a stepper motor tutorial is in the works & coming.

Congratulations, now you can control an electric servo motor!