Currently I have a very basic setup where I have a FS90R continuous servo running on a my Raspberry Pi 3 using Windows IoT and a C# based application.
I'm trying to get the servo to pin using the below code which is trigger every 10 seconds however the servo doesn't seem to react.
if (SRpin.Read() == GpioPinValue.Low) SRpin.Write(GpioPinValue.High); else SRpin.Write(GpioPinValue.Low);
I have tested other components like an LED with success and the servo does work as it turns when i first plug in the live cable.
Currently the live cable in plugged into the 5V output.
I have declared the servo pin using the GpioController and set the servo pin as an output device with a default GpioPinValue of Low.
Is there possibly anything else I can check to get this servo to spin correctly?
Once I can get it to spin, I'll start adding PWM etc.