My team and I got a Mini Maestro 18 for our project, but now I’m struggling with how I’d want to make it do what I want.
So, I have a wireless receiver for a remote that should output a PWM signal from the remote based on if it’s throttled or not. I want to either a) pass this signal through the controller and directly to the servo or b) read the signal, and give the motor specific commands based on it. I was having trouble figuring out how to do either in the standard Maestro scripting language and was considering using an alternative language or library, but I would like this to be able to work with just the onboard memory and not have to be attached via USB to a computer.
Am I correct in assuming that if I use something like C on the controller, it would have to remain connected to the computer? Or alternatively, is what I want to do reasonably possible with the Maestro scripting language?