Run motors backward synchronised and reset counters with PID factors.
Run the specified outputs in reverse with regulated synchronization using the specified turn ratio. Specify proportional, integral, and derivative factors.
|outputs||Desired output ports. Can be a constant or a variable, see Output port constants. If you use a variable and want to control multiple outputs in a single call you need to use a byte array rather than a byte and store the output port values in the byte array before passing it into this function. |
|pwr||Output power, 0 to 100. Can be negative to reverse direction. |
|turnpct||Turn ratio, -100 to 100. The direction of your vehicle will depend on its construction. |
|reset||Position counters reset control. It must be a constant, see Tachometer counter reset flags. |
|p||Proportional factor used by the firmware's PID motor control algorithm. See PID constants. |
|i||Integral factor used by the firmware's PID motor control algorithm. See PID constants. |
|d||Derivative factor used by the firmware's PID motor control algorithm. See PID constants. |