I'm working on a project using a Savox SB-2290SG servo motor. The datasheet I received is only 3 pages long, and includes limited information on the control interface. I've posted the relevant datasheet snippet below.
While the datasheet does list the acceptable range of pulse widths, it never mentions the overall duty cycle or PWM frequency. For example, if I want to command this servo into the neutral position, I know I need a pulse of 1500 microseconds, but how long should I wait between pulses? Another 1500 microseconds? 3000 microseconds? 10,000 microseconds? It doesn't appear that that PWM wave I need is fully defined by this datasheet.
Does 'neutral position' imply a 50% duty cycle? Is the datasheet missing key information? Or am I misunderstanding something about how to control servo motors?
Update: I reached out to the manufacturer, and they informed me that they use a 333 Hz frequency during their testing.