This is the throttle range that, if the motor driver is stopped, will cause no motion.
This is the time the driver takes to go from full reverse to full forward or vice versa. High ramp rates give a slower-acceleration, softer feel.
If you have a Kangaroo connected, keep this set to either Default or Custom 0.000 s.
By changing the battery compensation mode, you can customize how the Sabertooth adjusts motor output as your battery discharges. The modes are:
No special compensation will be done.
Motor output will be adjusted so that 100% throttle corresponds as closely as possible to the Compensated Voltage you specify.
Motor output will be adjusted so that 100% throttle corresponds as closely as possible to the minimum voltage for your battery pack.
The feel of the output will be approximately consistent from fully charged to fully discharged.
Make sure you have Battery set to the correct type in the General tab if you use this option, so that cell detection works properly.