I’m setting up the tc36v4 using the tic software and the C++ API. I would like to control the position of the stepper motor from the code using the readings of an analog signal to get the actual position of the stepper motor, and sending the target position afterwards. I can see that the motor can be controlled with an analog signal to set the target position, but what I want is to just read the analog signal (not to send and analog signal as a target position, which I already managed to do it ) and then perform a closed loop to command the stepper motor to a certain position, and read that position again, so that to say a closed loop setting a position by command and check the position with the analog readings. I would like to know if there is anyway to do so or there is no way to perform this control loop?
This would be the control loop:
set_target_position-> stteper motor moves-> check stepper_motor_position with analog readings->check error_position=stepper_motor_position-set_target_position
Thanks a lot for your job!