I noticed that there is no operation to enable/disable a motor port in the BrickPi 3 software. But it seems a control variable
BrickPi.MotorEnable is used, for example in old releases of BrickPi.
So I am wondering with BrickPi 3, if I interface with a disconnected port, say by calling the Python method
get_motor_status(PORT_A) or even
set_motor_dps(PORT_A, 100) with no motor on port A at all, will it damage any of the hardware?
Haven’t tried, just worrying so post my question here.