|Constructor and Description|
get, getInverted, initSendable, pidWrite, set, setInverted
disable, feed, Feed, getDescription, getExpiration, isAlive, isSafetyEnabled, setExpiration, setSafetyEnabled, stopMotor
enableDeadbandElimination, free, getChannel, getPosition, getRaw, getRawBounds, getSpeed, setBounds, setDisabled, setPeriodMultiplier, setPosition, setRaw, setSpeed, setZeroLatch
addChild, getName, getSubsystem, setName, setName, setName, setSubsystem
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public VictorSP(int channel)
Note that the VictorSP uses the following bounds for PWM values. These values should work reasonably well for most controllers, but if users experience issues such as asymmetric behavior around the deadband or inability to saturate the controller in either direction, calibration is recommended. The calibration procedure can be found in the VictorSP User Manual available from CTRE.
- 2.004ms = full "forward" - 1.52ms = the "high end" of the deadband range - 1.50ms = center of the deadband range (off) - 1.48ms = the "low end" of the deadband range - .997ms = full "reverse"
channel- The PWM channel that the VictorSP is attached to. 0-9 are on-board, 10-19 are on the MXP port