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A module to control the Ryanteck Motor Driver Board

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Ryanteck Motor Driver Board
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### Cheat Sheet

The rtkmcb Python library allows you to independently control left and right motors, in addition to controlling both at once with a variety of, hopefully, intuitive commands;

#### Left or Right Motor

# Move forwards at speed 0 ( stopped ) to 100
mcb.left_motor.forwards( speed )

# Move backwards at speed 0 ( stopped ) to 100
mcb.left_motor.backwards( speed )

# Set speed of the motor from -100 ( full reverse ) to 100 ( full forward )
mcb.left_motor.speed( speed )

# Stop
mcb.left_motor.stop()

All of these also work for the "right_motor"

#### Both

# Set speed of both motors from -100 to 100
mcb.speed( speed )

# Alternatively, set speed independently
mcb.speed( left_speed, right_speed )

# Turn left
mcb.left( speed )

# Turn right
mcb.right( speed )

# Turn -100 left to 100 right
mcb.turn( speed )

# Stop
mcb.stop()
Change Log
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0.0.4-dev
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- Fixed bugs introduced by Kanux PWM performance
- Attempt to fix bug in PWM frequency persistence

0.0.1-dev
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- Initial development/alpha release

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