Was wondering if you can send command directly to CM530 using arduino
i am currently trying to do it myself
im using an Arduino Due
Post your ideas suggestions for Robogames 2018 here. No guarantees we will implement them, but we (R-Team) will try to take all ideas into
The R-team folks are taking more comprehensive video/pictures, but for those not at the event, here's what the arena looks like:
Its been around 10 years since I purchased my Robonova-1, after playing around with it for while before a house purchase took over all my spare time.
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
I'd like to introduce Quadbot 17, a quadruped robot born out of a learning exercise in Autodesk Fusion 360. The robot currently only
Thought I would add a few items that I liked/worked well from 2017 Robogames...
1) Think its been mentioned elsewhere a few times
This is what Google auto-cut from my camera:
The diode from the battery will prevent the PSU from charging the battery.
Yes, you need an on/off switch; I typically put mine between the
This year we decided to keep everyone outside of the arena and just let the Mechs battle. While it was good for the Mechs, it was not so good for video.
Looking good! Any videos from the battles?
Hello All. My name is Robert, I'm in my late 40's and I love to build things. My first robot was a Lynxmotion Phoenix. Since then I have been involved
I belive you don't need the diode from the battery only the PSU. The PSU would keep the battery floating @ (12v-Vf_diode). I've never tried this myself
Here are the additional notes that I took:
I had been wanting to use one or more quarter-brick DC-DC converters in Ripley to turn a 12S/16S LiFePO4 battery pack into a high power 12V output (>17A),