Can't execute RoBoRC.exe problem

Based on DMP's Vortex processor / SoC this board is a full computer capable of running a standard Windows and Linux installation on the backpack of your robot.
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Post by roboard » Fri Sep 04, 2009 10:24 am

Post by roboard
Fri Sep 04, 2009 10:24 am

ries wrote:I have measured the reserve pin of the I2C/SPI connector.
It is measuring a 100mV.


Hi, ries,

The PWM pull-up inverter of your RoBoard for PWM channel 0~7 should be broken or shorten to GND. You can try the capture function on PWM channel 15 or 23 to see whether the other PWM pull-up inverters also don't work.

If you need to repair your borad, you can send a mail to tech@roboard.com, and there will be people to help you. :)
ries wrote:I have measured the reserve pin of the I2C/SPI connector.
It is measuring a 100mV.


Hi, ries,

The PWM pull-up inverter of your RoBoard for PWM channel 0~7 should be broken or shorten to GND. You can try the capture function on PWM channel 15 or 23 to see whether the other PWM pull-up inverters also don't work.

If you need to repair your borad, you can send a mail to tech@roboard.com, and there will be people to help you. :)
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Post by ries » Fri Sep 04, 2009 1:21 pm

Post by ries
Fri Sep 04, 2009 1:21 pm

Hi Roboard,

Mailed the tech department of roboard.
Hope to hear something soon.

If you think the pull-up inverter of the board is broken, maybe you could send me the location and the type of the pull up inverters.
I can replace them myself since at work we have the tools for that.

Regards,
Ries
Hi Roboard,

Mailed the tech department of roboard.
Hope to hear something soon.

If you think the pull-up inverter of the board is broken, maybe you could send me the location and the type of the pull up inverters.
I can replace them myself since at work we have the tools for that.

Regards,
Ries
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Post by roboard » Sat Sep 05, 2009 3:39 pm

Post by roboard
Sat Sep 05, 2009 3:39 pm

ries wrote:maybe you could send me the location and the type of the pull up inverters.
I can replace them myself since at work we have the tools for that.


Hi, ries,
the PWM pull-up inverters are contained in a 7404 IC. You can find the IC in the backside of RoBoard. :)
ries wrote:maybe you could send me the location and the type of the pull up inverters.
I can replace them myself since at work we have the tools for that.


Hi, ries,
the PWM pull-up inverters are contained in a 7404 IC. You can find the IC in the backside of RoBoard. :)
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Post by ries » Fri Sep 11, 2009 6:15 pm

Post by ries
Fri Sep 11, 2009 6:15 pm

Hi Roboard,

after mailing with the tech department of roboard, they will sent me some LS04 components. I have agreed that I will solder them on the board myself since we have an electronic workshop at my work.
Saves the trouble of sending the board to them.

Thanks for your help and advice, hopefully the problems are solved next week when the components arrive.

And many thanks for the service!!

Best regards,
Ries
Hi Roboard,

after mailing with the tech department of roboard, they will sent me some LS04 components. I have agreed that I will solder them on the board myself since we have an electronic workshop at my work.
Saves the trouble of sending the board to them.

Thanks for your help and advice, hopefully the problems are solved next week when the components arrive.

And many thanks for the service!!

Best regards,
Ries
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