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I would like to code (without visual aids, just an IDE) the control of an Alpha UbTech robot with any board (the big one or the tiny), can I do this somehow or am I limited to the visual interface and the boxes?
Thanks in advance.
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If you're wanting to create controls to share with the community, you can code in C# or C++ a plugin that can be shared. The idea is that each control is a tiny program that people can re-use and share. Check out the plugin if there's something specific you'd like to do that isn't already provided by a user control.
- Using the IoTiny is there a detailed guide on how to connect with the software uart to send position commands to alpha robot servos? Is it simple enough not to need a guide?
The iotiny fits nicely in that robot - and get an ezrobot camera as well! Give that robot vision!
Of course ask any additional questions and someone can help. The community rocks here.
I found the information provided to be vague, I restate:
- Which pins from the board should each wire from the servo bus connect to in order to interface alpha servos and IO-Tiny?
- What do I need to do in the ARC to connect?
Thanks in advance
If you are wondering what pins to use, the UART pins are used. Please use the manual to learn what pins are available on your EZ-B. Here is the manual that describes the pins: https://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Lesson/72?courseId=4
I'd like to help you get the UBTech servos running for your application - let's work together on this. If you can describe what you're attempting to do, I can provide detailed instructions.
Ok, I will follow your advices and detail step by step what to do, maybe we can assemble or article or something.