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Sample code for using the TE-183-002 Dual LS7366R Quadrature Encoder Buffer Breakout Board
SuperDroidRobot Mecanum using Arduino Uno and RC
Code used for item Number TP-195-000
Arduino library used to interface with the RoboteQ MGS1600 magnetic sensor
This is Arduino firmware that provides control through Ethernet and RC. The RC control is fitted with an override feature which enables the robot to ignore WiFi packets.
This is Arduino firmware used to RC control a tri-wheel vectoring platform TP-093-003 with three PWM motor controllers.
This is Arduino firmware used to control a quad-wheel Mecanum robot with RC inputs and Sabertooth motor controllers.
Example code for our 4-wheeled Mecanum Wheel Vectoring Robot Platforms. Examples include motor demonstrations for a variety of motor controllers such as an LMD18200 PWM motor controller, Dimension Engineering's Sabertooth motor controller and Kangaroo motion controller.
Example code for our IG32 Triangular Vectoring Robots Platform TP-093-003. Examples include a basic motor demonstration and an xBee example for wireless control.
Firmware examples for the MLT-JR programmable platform (TP-230-002). Example include a basic motor demo, object avoidance, and xBee control.
Example code on how to command a robot using an xBee radio system
This is a simple example of an Arduino to Arduino serial communication protocol. The sender packetizes the data with a sync byte, payload, and checksum. The reciever watches for the sync byte, reads in the data, and validates the checksum.
Example code on how to control a Roboteq SDC2130 with an Arduino
This repository is an example on how to communicate between two Arduinos over a simple CAN connection. This specifically uses part number TE-242-001 which is a breakout featuring the MCP2551 CAN transceiver.
This repository is an example on how to communicate between two Arduinos over RS-485. This specifically uses part number TE-181-000 which is an RS-485 breakout featuring the ST485 transceiver.
Autonomous Promotional Arduino Code