I have a meter that's capable of measuring Hz and duty cycle but I'm away from the car at the moment. I understand what pulse width modulation is and how it works in motors but not how its utilized in flowcode. Here is some info Ive found but cant confirm until I get back home (a week or so)
Apparently the duty cycle is somewhere in the 95% range...I guess anything less will cause slipping in the transmission and burn cluctches.
In your post you were talking about adjusting frequency. If you adjust frequency then youβ€™re on and off times should be equal, however since is a repetitive pulse then duty will be 50%
So these are two different things.
Maybe I'm not understanding this...In my mind I can have a 90% duty cycle that occurs once a second or 100 times a second..Is this not correct? I can change the frequency at which a single duty cycle occurs whether its 50/50 or 90/10 right? So just for example's sake lets say I measure it at 40Hz....I should be able to produce a 20/80 or 40/60 or 97/3 duty cycle which cycles at 40hz?? If this is incorrect I'm totally lost.
I will play with the timer interrupt idea (never messed with that either) and see what I can come up with before I get back home
THANKS for the help everyone