By Chi N. Thai
This ebook offers foundational robotics techniques utilizing the ROBOTIS BIOLOID and OpenCM-904 robot structures, and is appropriate as a curriculum for a primary path in robotics for undergraduate scholars or a self-learner. It covers wheel-based robots, in addition to jogging robots. even though it makes use of the traditional “Sense, imagine, Act” method, communications (bot-to-bot and PC-to-bot) programming techniques are taken care of in additional intensity (wired and instant ZigBee/BlueTooth). Algorithms are built and defined through ROBOTIS’ proprietary RoboPlus IDE, in addition to the extra open Arduino-based Embedded C environments. also, web-based multimedia fabrics are used for illustrating robotics suggestions, code implementations and movies of exact ensuing robotic behaviors. complex sensor interfacing for gyroscope, inertial measuring unit, foot strain sensor and colour digicam also are demonstrated.
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After 2012, the CM-510 is replaced by the CM-530 for the BP kit. It has an extended suite of Dynamixel, I/O and communications ports: 1. Five 3-pin TTL Dynamixel ports (work with AX and MX actuators and other Dynamixel based sensors). 2. Six 5-pin GPIO ports (work with sensors such as NIR (intensity-based, distance measurement (NIR reflected-angle-based), gyroscope, touch, color, magnetic, with temperature, ultrasonic and motion recognition sensors coming up in 2015). 3. One 4-pin communication port for the ZIG-110A which is the equivalent of the ZIG-100 (Fig.
And which one is using 3-pin connector? 14. How many pins does a typical GPIO port have? 44 3 Hardware Characteristics 15. How many pins does the communication port have? This port is used to connect modules such as LN-101, ZIG-110A or BT-210. 16. On which controller(s) can the user access wired and wireless connections at the same time? 17. Hardware wise and software wise, how can the user connect wirelessly from a PC to a CM-5 based robot? 18. Hardware wise and software wise, how can the user connect wirelessly from a PC to a CM-510 based robot?
42 3 Hardware Characteristics Fig. 32 GPIO modules: IR, Touch, Servo Motor & LED display Fig. 04 system to obtain a whole host of new features as shown in the screen-captures below (Fig. 34): Thus, in the next few years, we can expect a coming of age of “Personal/Mobile Robotics” applications. But that will have to be the subject of another book! 5 Review Questions for Chap. 3 1. Which Firmware group does the CM-530 belong to? 2. Which Firmware group does the CM-200 belong to? 3. Which controller(s) use a mini-jack connector (BSC-10) to connect with the PC?
Exploring Robotics with ROBOTIS Systems by Chi N. Thai