ZIGBEE COMMUNICATION WITH CM-510

Bioloid robot kit from Korean company Robotis; CM5 controller block, AX12 servos..
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ZIGBEE COMMUNICATION WITH CM-510

Post by BioITC » Wed Jul 04, 2012 5:57 pm

Post by BioITC
Wed Jul 04, 2012 5:57 pm

Hi! I'm trying to communicate my PC with my Bioloid using the CM-510 and the zigbee (zig2serial connected to the USB2Dynamiexl and the zig-110 in the CM-510). What I want to do is sent commands to my robot and receive in the PC a response message as "I'm working on it" from the robot. Can anybody help me? I've been reading a lot of posts but I don't find information like this, or maybe I'm very confused. Thanks a lot!
Hi! I'm trying to communicate my PC with my Bioloid using the CM-510 and the zigbee (zig2serial connected to the USB2Dynamiexl and the zig-110 in the CM-510). What I want to do is sent commands to my robot and receive in the PC a response message as "I'm working on it" from the robot. Can anybody help me? I've been reading a lot of posts but I don't find information like this, or maybe I'm very confused. Thanks a lot!
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Post by siempre.aprendiendo » Wed Jul 04, 2012 11:18 pm

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Which programming tool do you want to use? Robotis RoboPlus Task? Standard programming languages, like C, C++, C#,...?
Which programming tool do you want to use? Robotis RoboPlus Task? Standard programming languages, like C, C++, C#,...?
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Post by BioITC » Thu Jul 05, 2012 1:38 am

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Thu Jul 05, 2012 1:38 am

siempre.aprendiendo wrote:Which programming tool do you want to use? Robotis RoboPlus Task? Standard programming languages, like C, C++, C#,...?


Actually I'm working on AVRStudio in "Embedded C", I believe than this communication should be working on Linux, because I want the robot to perform a task as soon as I send a message zig2serial via. I want to try it as well in visual studio 2005 but I have new doubts about which version should I use with windows 7 with a 64-bit processor. Thanks for your answer ;)
siempre.aprendiendo wrote:Which programming tool do you want to use? Robotis RoboPlus Task? Standard programming languages, like C, C++, C#,...?


Actually I'm working on AVRStudio in "Embedded C", I believe than this communication should be working on Linux, because I want the robot to perform a task as soon as I send a message zig2serial via. I want to try it as well in visual studio 2005 but I have new doubts about which version should I use with windows 7 with a 64-bit processor. Thanks for your answer ;)
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Post by siempre.aprendiendo » Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:27 pm

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Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:27 pm

At www.softwaresouls.com you can find C examples for CM-5 and CM-510, and C++ and C# examples for PC, SBC or any other device for which you have a compiler and compatible connection, you can use serial cable or USB2Dynamixel or wireless connection with Zigbee, BT or serial2BT, depending on your hardware.
At www.softwaresouls.com you can find C examples for CM-5 and CM-510, and C++ and C# examples for PC, SBC or any other device for which you have a compiler and compatible connection, you can use serial cable or USB2Dynamixel or wireless connection with Zigbee, BT or serial2BT, depending on your hardware.
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Post by BioITC » Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:39 pm

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siempre.aprendiendo wrote:At www.softwaresouls.com you can find C examples for CM-5 and CM-510, and C++ and C# examples for PC, SBC or any other device for which you have a compiler and compatible connection, you can use serial cable or USB2Dynamixel or wireless connection with Zigbee, BT or serial2BT, depending on your hardware.


I'm working on Ubuntu 11.10, where I'm having a lot of problems adding the libraries as "dynamixel.h", as well as the others used for the Zig2Serial. Could you explain me or redirect me to a post where I can find it? I've been looking ofr information on the e_Manual of Robotis, but it's not very clear...

Thanks again
siempre.aprendiendo wrote:At www.softwaresouls.com you can find C examples for CM-5 and CM-510, and C++ and C# examples for PC, SBC or any other device for which you have a compiler and compatible connection, you can use serial cable or USB2Dynamixel or wireless connection with Zigbee, BT or serial2BT, depending on your hardware.


I'm working on Ubuntu 11.10, where I'm having a lot of problems adding the libraries as "dynamixel.h", as well as the others used for the Zig2Serial. Could you explain me or redirect me to a post where I can find it? I've been looking ofr information on the e_Manual of Robotis, but it's not very clear...

Thanks again
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Post by siempre.aprendiendo » Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:48 pm

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Fri Jul 06, 2012 6:48 pm

Well... may be you need some C or C++ training. I think this post could help you as a first step.
Well... may be you need some C or C++ training. I think this post could help you as a first step.
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