Problems with KHR-3HV EEPROM

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Problems with KHR-3HV EEPROM

Post by EngineerD » Tue Mar 01, 2011 6:04 pm

Post by EngineerD
Tue Mar 01, 2011 6:04 pm

Hi all
I have KHR-3HV 22DOF
So, ones i've decided to learn - how to manage robot with RCB4Reference http://kondo-robot.com/sys/archives/2477,
The final goal was to make robot more autonomous that it is.
After reading and translating some parts of Japan documention I've decided to make next - robot must energize servos and slowly go to Zero Pose automaticly after switching Power ON (just like when configure Zero Pose using HTH4 and press green icon ">Ram" ).
So, I've tried to write something to ROM using COM-port commands RCB firmware return message that all is OK, but when i read this place from ROM to COM the data was FF FF FF FF FF(empty)
Example
Write to EEPROM at 00h move command for preparing SYSTEM Register

[01/03/2011 18:20:38] - Written data

10 00 32 00 00 00 09 00 02 00 00 00 1f 80 aa 96 colored - MOVE Command that would be stored in ROM

[01/03/2011 18:20:38] - Read data

04 00 06 0a Acknowledgement from firmware that command was executed successfully

Now i want to check is there are something in EEPROM
[01/03/2011 18:22:27] - Written data

0b 00 23 00 00 00 00 00 00 09 37

[01/03/2011 18:22:27] - Read data

0c 00 ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 03

So, there are nothing
FUUU=)))
Then i've thought - may be i'm doing something wrong

OK, I launch HTH4 to write motions data to EEPROM() and then read it from there.
but the result was exactly the same

So, the question is - Does anybody knows what have i to do or where am i wrong?
Hi all
I have KHR-3HV 22DOF
So, ones i've decided to learn - how to manage robot with RCB4Reference http://kondo-robot.com/sys/archives/2477,
The final goal was to make robot more autonomous that it is.
After reading and translating some parts of Japan documention I've decided to make next - robot must energize servos and slowly go to Zero Pose automaticly after switching Power ON (just like when configure Zero Pose using HTH4 and press green icon ">Ram" ).
So, I've tried to write something to ROM using COM-port commands RCB firmware return message that all is OK, but when i read this place from ROM to COM the data was FF FF FF FF FF(empty)
Example
Write to EEPROM at 00h move command for preparing SYSTEM Register

[01/03/2011 18:20:38] - Written data

10 00 32 00 00 00 09 00 02 00 00 00 1f 80 aa 96 colored - MOVE Command that would be stored in ROM

[01/03/2011 18:20:38] - Read data

04 00 06 0a Acknowledgement from firmware that command was executed successfully

Now i want to check is there are something in EEPROM
[01/03/2011 18:22:27] - Written data

0b 00 23 00 00 00 00 00 00 09 37

[01/03/2011 18:22:27] - Read data

0c 00 ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff 03

So, there are nothing
FUUU=)))
Then i've thought - may be i'm doing something wrong

OK, I launch HTH4 to write motions data to EEPROM() and then read it from there.
but the result was exactly the same

So, the question is - Does anybody knows what have i to do or where am i wrong?
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Post by chrisvo » Tue May 17, 2011 7:08 am

Post by chrisvo
Tue May 17, 2011 7:08 am

I know this was a long time ago i'm sorry I didn't see it earlier and try to help. Did you resolve the issue?

Have a look at libkondo4 C library I wrote a long time ago:
https://bitbucket.org/vo/libkondo4

The source code there implements the most critical functionality of the serial protocol including direct EEPROM reads and writes if you need.
I know this was a long time ago i'm sorry I didn't see it earlier and try to help. Did you resolve the issue?

Have a look at libkondo4 C library I wrote a long time ago:
https://bitbucket.org/vo/libkondo4

The source code there implements the most critical functionality of the serial protocol including direct EEPROM reads and writes if you need.
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