Hi

What was the answer to the following?

I have the same issue where A1 is 18v. I know the voltage from my UBEC to the Servo rail is 5.31v via a multimeter.

```
pi@deepsouth:~/deepsouth/Navio2/Python $ sudo emlidtool
emlidtool version: 1.0.8
Vendor: Emlid Limited
Product: Navio 2
Issue: Emlid 2019-02-27 1548ce733215806c8ad171c8b78ebca0c7cf8395
Kernel: 4.14.95-emlid-v7+
RCIO firmware: 0xb09979ae
2019-09-03 09:18:45 deepsouth root[798] INFO gps: Passed
2019-09-03 09:18:45 deepsouth root[798] INFO mpu9250: Passed
2019-09-03 09:18:45 deepsouth root[798] INFO lsm9ds1: Passed
2019-09-03 09:18:45 deepsouth root[798] INFO rcio_firmware: Passed
2019-09-03 09:18:45 deepsouth root[798] INFO ms5611: Passed
2019-09-03 09:18:45 deepsouth root[798] INFO pwm: Passed
2019-09-03 09:18:45 deepsouth root[798] INFO adc: Passed
2019-09-03 09:18:45 deepsouth root[798] INFO rcio_status_alive: Passed
emlidtool -h to get more help
pi@deepsouth:~/deepsouth/Navio2/Python $ sudo python ADC.py
A0: 4.8480V A1: 18.1940V A2: 0.0420V A3: 0.0160V A4: 0.0200V A5: 0.0240V
A0: 4.9260V A1: 18.4030V A2: 0.0420V A3: 0.0160V A4: 0.0160V A5: 0.0260V
A0: 4.9230V A1: 18.4140V A2: 0.0420V A3: 0.0140V A4: 0.0200V A5: 0.0260V
A0: 4.9260V A1: 18.4030V A2: 0.0420V A3: 0.0140V A4: 0.0160V A5: 0.0280V
A0: 4.9230V A1: 18.4030V A2: 0.0420V A3: 0.0160V A4: 0.0200V A5: 0.0260V
A0: 4.9230V A1: 18.4030V A2: 0.0420V A3: 0.0160V A4: 0.0240V A5: 0.0280V
```

As an aside (and possibly related) I believe the PWM is very unstable. I am having difficulty getting a servo to work correctly in python. Its worked once out of hundreds of attemptsâ€¦