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Resolved by DJ Sures!
Does the auto position control only work with the board index connection 0? with auto position
or is there a way to use it with board indexes connections 1,2,3 etc... with the auto position?
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Click a servo
Then select the board index
sorry for bold stuff
Here you go:
So if you want to Move servo D4 to 60 on Board 1 then Board 2 is done like this?
Command Control Connection, Connect 1
Move servo D4 to 60
Command Control Connection, Disconnect 1 (it's 60 till you change it?)
Command Control Connection, Connect 2
Move servo D4 to 60
which are totally different from each other
Use sleep to time the events, the move command does not wait till the position is reached.
Hope it helps
Step 1 - go to "projects" on the top of the ARC program, then go to add
Step 2 - add - movement panels
Step 3 - then click auto-position movement panel
Step 4 - add a servo (whatever D0 to D23)
Step 5 - click to open the servo
Step 6 - select
Step 7 - there you have it, pick board number 0 to 4
I want to have the Adc get a value from Board 0, from that value want it to make a decision-say turn on a digital switch D0
and have the Adc get a value from Board 1, from that value want it to make a decision-say turn off a digital switch D1
and have the Adc get a value from Board 2, from that value want it to make a decision-say turn on a digital switch D2
From the auto positioner I cannot do a few things
Set a Digital Sw on/off and on which board this is one of the reasons why I say there are pros and cons of using autopositioner -just a matter of time before it's figured out by DJ though
If you try to do this in blocky you cannot differentiate which board for the digital switch, seems like it have to be done with code- but I'd prefer to do it with Blockly though.
to do what you ask, using a script robot skill is the correct tool. With that, you would have a loop that monitors an adc value by having an IF condition that sets the digital port.
It is important to recognize the correct tool for a job. For instance, you wouldn’t use a hammer on a screw. You would use a screw driver. There’s a correct tool for each job.
or, you wouldn’t sleep in your refrigerator. Etc...
the Auto Position is not a tool for anything other than it is intended. The same as your refrigerator, which is not for use other than intended.
whole lot of knowledge behind the scenes to make very complex item look easy. By the way both my parents came from Canada. Ok now I'm off to dig into script robot skill and figure it out.