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Re: wireless works now!

Post by RobotServicesGroup » Sat Aug 09, 2008 9:08 pm

Post by RobotServicesGroup
Sat Aug 09, 2008 9:08 pm

Although we are more than 2 years late to the party on the KHR-1, we're trying to get our wireless set up figured out. We've almost got it nailed, thanks mostly to this thread. There was one thing we wanted to mention. Earlier in this thread noDNA wrote:

noDNA wrote:The main reason why it did not work for months was:
NEVER USE H2H V1.1 (english version)
Although it does not report an error the wireless settings in the Remot control menue are NOT transmitted to the RCB-1 board. You can notice this because there is no PROGRESS BAR appearing.


Through some blind stumbling around we actually figured out how to get the English version of Heart to Heart v1.1 to work in setting up a wireless remote. When you are in the optional controller set up screen in H2H and you click on the computer shaped icon (called "Organize List" in the software) to write your commands to the robot, a confirmation screen pops up saying "Do you write current control assignment?". If you click the "Yes" button, nothing happens. As noDNA states, the progress bar at the bottom doesn't move. However, if you click the "No" button, it works! The progress bar fills from left to right, and you can then use RCB Commander to control the robot wirelessly. I guess whoever wrote the software in English got the "Yes" and "No" buttons mixed up in the code! Silly, huh? In any case, the good news is that you can use the English version, as long as you remember to click "No" on that one confirmation screen.

Once we get through all of the set up, we will document the process in English for future users of the RCB Commander, KRR-1 and KRT-3.
Although we are more than 2 years late to the party on the KHR-1, we're trying to get our wireless set up figured out. We've almost got it nailed, thanks mostly to this thread. There was one thing we wanted to mention. Earlier in this thread noDNA wrote:

noDNA wrote:The main reason why it did not work for months was:
NEVER USE H2H V1.1 (english version)
Although it does not report an error the wireless settings in the Remot control menue are NOT transmitted to the RCB-1 board. You can notice this because there is no PROGRESS BAR appearing.


Through some blind stumbling around we actually figured out how to get the English version of Heart to Heart v1.1 to work in setting up a wireless remote. When you are in the optional controller set up screen in H2H and you click on the computer shaped icon (called "Organize List" in the software) to write your commands to the robot, a confirmation screen pops up saying "Do you write current control assignment?". If you click the "Yes" button, nothing happens. As noDNA states, the progress bar at the bottom doesn't move. However, if you click the "No" button, it works! The progress bar fills from left to right, and you can then use RCB Commander to control the robot wirelessly. I guess whoever wrote the software in English got the "Yes" and "No" buttons mixed up in the code! Silly, huh? In any case, the good news is that you can use the English version, as long as you remember to click "No" on that one confirmation screen.

Once we get through all of the set up, we will document the process in English for future users of the RCB Commander, KRR-1 and KRT-3.
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Post by RobotServicesGroup » Sun Oct 05, 2008 3:21 am

Post by RobotServicesGroup
Sun Oct 05, 2008 3:21 am

The info in this thread really helped us figure out the complex remote control system from Kondo. We have documented how we got through the process as part of our Build Report on the KHR-1.

You can check out our instructions on wireless hardware and the software to make it workhere
The info in this thread really helped us figure out the complex remote control system from Kondo. We have documented how we got through the process as part of our Build Report on the KHR-1.

You can check out our instructions on wireless hardware and the software to make it workhere
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