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getting_started [2020/03/02 11:26]
tvandenbussche Wrong spelling of the function enter_operational_mode
getting_started [2020/03/02 13:36] (current)
tvandenbussche [Command Line Interface]
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-There is now '​yes'​ beside Operational Mode, the board is in operational mode, the motor are enabled. ​The motors are controlled in open loop with pwm. With 128 pwm, the motors are stopped and don't move. Use the ref_speed ​command to set a new PWM and make the motor move.+There is now '​yes'​ beside Operational Mode, the board is in operational mode, the motor are enabled. ​ 
 +Take care that the motor watchdog value as a negative value to deactivate it. If the value is positive, any reference signal will be set to 0 after the watchdog duration ( in ms ) if no signal is received.  
 +To set the watchdog value, use the function "​motor_watch_dog_value"​. 
 + 
 +In this case, the motors are controlled in open loop with the pwm. ( If it is not the case, the control can be changed with loop_function <​motor>​ <​loop_type>,​ for more information about the control_loops see [[control_loops]]) 
 +With 128 pwm, the motors are stopped and don't move. Use the ref_pwm ​command to set a new PWM and make the motor move.
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
->ref_speed ​1 40+>ref_pwm ​1 40
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-The PWM send to the motor is now 128 + 40. To stop the motor use :+The PWM send to the right motor (1 for the right one, 2 for the left one) is now 128 + 40. To stop the motor use :
  
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
->ref_speed ​1 0 +>ref_pwm ​1 0 
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
getting_started.txt · Last modified: 2020/03/02 13:36 by tvandenbussche