I have a quite wired error. I want to use USB2AX for my dynamixel (MX-64) which I use via DMX SDK in C#.
Everything works fine for
The upcoming Robogames kicked me in the butt enough to dust off my Onyx X plans.
You may recall, I was too busy with the robomagellan last year,
If you happen to be on the left coast a little over a week before Robogames, there's a Robot Block Party going on:
We just rolled out the newest version of the PhantomX AX Hexapod, and it is a force to be reckoned with. With a full metal frame, high capacity
Just wanted to get an idea of how many competitors we might have at the 2017 Robogames Mech Warfare Event. Post "Yes", "Maybe",
I'm working on a new quad. No random inspirations, so it's simply Numa V2. I've been working on this very sparingly since November 2016. It's a long
first of all, I'm very happy to hear that I'm not the only individual on this planet facing that problem. Also, "infuriating"
I see one of them requires a ham license. I was going to let mine expire this year - now maybe not!
If you find a good setup, let us know,
The closest I seem to come to "plug and play" might be this combo:
http://amzn.to/2nim5JT -- monitor with receiver
Also, this is a thing: https://www.readymaderc.com/store/in...oducts_id=6562
Here's a thing... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Skyzone-SKY-...a/162413848467
Spent the evening working on wireless video.
I have a few transmitters (200 mW 5.8 GHz ones from HobbyKing) and receivers and cameras (a variety,
Things like that happen from time to time to some people (
thanks for your ideas. A little update:
I plugged the usb2ax to a usb 3.0 just to double check that it is not due to bower lack. Did't
The 5.6V Zener I used to drop voltage for the OpenCM died, and I was back to the Pololu 6V switching regulator not starting up again.
I tried first