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servo on DS

Is possible to use the digital outputs on the Driver Station to control a servo? And if so how could i do this through Labview?
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Re: servo on DS

Servos require a PWM signal, but the DS digital outputs don't naturally produce a signal like that.
The DS update rate is too slow for our code to brute force a PWM signal.
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