This section has tutorials to help you configure the PC for ARC with a custom DIY robot. After following the Getting Started guide, it's a good idea to read each of these next steps. There's advice on configuring Windows for performance, storage, networking, and power.
- Windows Lite for ARC
Get a Windows ISO with unnecessary apps and services removed for optimized use on SBCs.
- Multiple EZ-B over WiFi
If you have a single PC wanting to connect to more than one Wi-Fi-enabled EZ-B, there are a few ways to do so.
- Two Network Interfaces
Connect to the robot and internet at the same time. This allows you to use online services (i.e., cognitive services) while maintaining the connection to the robot.
- Windows 10 Storage & Performance Tips
These tips will help you configure the PC to work faster. Very important for embedded PCs in the robot (i.e., Raspberry Pi, Rock Pi/x, LattePanda, etc.)
- Headless SBC (Single Board Computer)
Configure the computer embedded in the robot for working without a display.
- Powering SBC (Single Board Computer)
Suggested power method for embedded computers in the robot.
- Load project on Windows startup
Configure Windows to load an ARC project when it starts.
- Initialize Servos
Initialize servos into their position without drawing a lot of currents and causing EZB to reset