We get a zero-drift problem about our Phantom X hexapod. It goes fast in one direction but really slow in the opposite direction for both joysticks. This
I am having an issue where Dynamixel Manager cannot find any of my Dynamixel AX12 servos. I am using a USB2Dynamixel set
I just started from scratch and tried to load some Arbotix-Code into my Atmega644p.
The best way would be probable the
I have a 3 cell lipo and a progressive rc charger that only has an 8 cell balance port. I have the connector to that pet and wires coming from the connectors
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
So I have thought about this for some time, and followed Micheal Overstreets lead. I have had a 3d printer for a couple years now, and dismantled and
The problem is solved! That switch is on the 5V side, it was shipped here in this situation.
And I am asking how much should the original sum be?
As for checking the power settings on the processor of the Arbotix Commander, it may depend on when you purchased it.
They have a different
You more or less answered that with your first post:
And what should the verification byte be to be correct?
Yeah, I change the first line to Serial.write((unsigned char) (right_V-38)); and it works. I initially tested my code in Mark-II code and it's not using
How much current do you recommend? Remember, this is one servo, no load.
The reason I ask this is because with the Phoenix code base, I use a wider range of values than the default software and to get that wider range, I have
Yes the Arbotix Arduino tree is not anywhere up to date.
I have my own fork of their project, where I updated it to Arduino 1.0.5 code base
This seems to have worked for me also, thanks CreedyNZ! Maybe someday I'll figure out why, but for today I'll be happy.