AVR SSC-32 Servo Controller by Lynxmotion,Inc.

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Hi,all
This a AVR SSC-32 Servo Controller by Lynxmotion,Inc.

Original website
http://www.lynxmotion.com/Produc...

SSC-32 Open-Source Information

http://www.lynxmotion.com/images...

User manual

http://www.lynxmotion.com/images...

Lynxmotion Visual Sequencer V1.02 For SSC-32 Manual written by : Laurent Gay

http://www.lynxmotion.com/images...

schematic

I had burn the "bootldr8.hex" to chip,
and try the "LYNX SSC 32 TERMINAL.MSI"

http://homelf.kimo.com.tw/acmyuj...

It's no response to my diy test? :oops:

I don't know something wrong with the test? :cry:

Hope someone can test or built it successful and show us.Thanks so much. :D

Best regards,
ayu

Last Edited: Wed. Dec 13, 2006 - 02:56 AM
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Uhhh... I'm not sure the point of this? I'd think you were spamming but the rest of your posts don't point to that.

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c_oflynn wrote:
Uhhh... I'm not sure the point of this? I'd think you were spamming but the rest of your posts don't point to that.

Hi,c_oflynn
Sorry,my english is poor,if the words fail to express what is meant,hope you don't mind.
I had tried the project but failed.Wish someone to built the project and how to made it,this my post point,sorry,I hadn't point that.Thank you.

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Well, I have some of those items that you posted. They work well. If you already have those items that you've posted, I'd suggest that you read the manuals and try to do some experiments on your own to become familiar with what you have. Once you understand what it is that you've got, I give you some help along your journey.

You can avoid reality, for a while.  But you can't avoid the consequences of reality! - C.W. Livingston

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Hi,microcarl

Thank you so much,if bother you with my little affairs,hope you don't mind.I'll soon read the manuals and try to do some experiments.thanks a lot.

regrads,
ayu

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Hi,

Ah... sorry I missed that the schematic and code were yours, not just part of Lynxmotion!

I don't have one of those boards though so can't be of much help.

Regards,

-Colin

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c_oflynn wrote:
Hi,

Ah... sorry I missed that the schematic and code were yours, not just part of Lynxmotion!

I don't have one of those boards though so can't be of much help.

Regards,

-Colin


Hi,c_oflynn
The schematic and code were not mine,they were part of Lynxmotion.Could I post here,if not,I'll delete that.

I'll post the experiment,Thanks a lot.

Regards,
ayu

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So if I want to pick up an item at xyz 000 and move it diagonally to location xyz 100 100 100, I need to move it like a 3d line draw in 170 little steps, right? So how do I know how many steps to move the wrist, elbow, forearm, fouriron, shoulder, kneebone, hipbone? What is this process called? Where does one learn about it?

Imagecraft compiler user

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bobgardner wrote:
So if I want to pick up an item at xyz 000 and move it diagonally to location xyz 100 100 100, I need to move it like a 3d line draw in 170 little steps, right? So how do I know how many steps to move the wrist, elbow, forearm, fouriron, shoulder, kneebone, hipbone? What is this process called? Where does one learn about it?

You don't use steps as, this system is a 32 channel PWM controller for hobby servos.

I have the LynxMotion 6 DOF robot arm and have played with it using the software available from LynxMotion. The application software available from LynxMotion quite good!

I have a second 32 channel board that I have used to perform some experiments. The host controller was the STK500/STK501, using a Mega64. I haven't actually done anything with either the robot or the second controller yet, other then learn how to reliably communicate with them. This is a good choice as once reliable communications are established, its really nothing more then a stream of commands to control something.

To be honest, I would perfer to use the software GUI provided by LynxMotion for the robot arm as, it was easy to use and allows you to create scripts to control the robot arm any way you want to.

As for the second SSC-32 servo controller card, I was actually thinking of building a sophisticated environmental control system for my house. The SSC-32 controller would be used to control the floor dampers in the centrial heating/cooling system.

You can avoid reality, for a while.  But you can't avoid the consequences of reality! - C.W. Livingston

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I haven't actually done anything with either the robot or the second controller yet...

I tell you, that stuffed chicken in the corner in your photograph needs to be animated! :)

Chuck Baird

"I wish I were dumber so I could be more certain about my opinions. It looks fun." -- Scott Adams

http://www.cbaird.org

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Control software FREE download

http://www.active-robots.com/pro...

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a3v2r wrote:
Control software FREE download

Thanks a3v2r,

I had try another controller,used MR-C3024 and RoboBasic to control my DIY bipedal robot.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1wK4UMo52k

Deeply appreciated your message. :P

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Like your childe first steps ! It's great !