For anyone who can help, thank you up front. I am trying to use a channel as an input for .5-4.5 volt DC, that is the range of the sensor. I would like to be able to determine the specific voltage I would like to maintain, based upon a PWM output signal, essentially it will be a motor/feedback scenario. The motor will operate a water pump to a set pressure (voltage input). If I ask for 3 volts input from the sensor, I would like the PWM to be able to change based upon flowrate.
Essentially I would like the PWM to be variable to the point that whatever the flowrate of the waterpump it generates a constant pressure. I am new to writing code, and I feel that this possible with the Maestro 12, or I am incorrect?
When I connect the .5-4.5 V range sensor to the Maestro as an input, I get a 0.25 to 225 response.
The Maestro cannot read in PWM signals, so it would be hard to accomplish what you are trying to do. However, I think one of our jrk motor controllers with feedback might work for you, assuming the PWM input signal is compatible with standard servos; to start off you would set Input mode to “Pulse width” and Feedback mode to “Analog”.