I’m trying to implement a solution to calculate instantaneous or near-instantaneous acceleration, so I was wondering how neo motor calculates instantaneous velocity.
It checks the position every X milliseconds, and divides the difference in position by the time between the measurements. Note that this is jittery on the neo motors, so SPARK MAX controllers apply a 10th of a second filtering delay to smooth it out, but that means built in neo encoders are bad for velocity control.
Do you know what that time difference is or how to find it?
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