Started by Louis L, January 11, 2018, 12:07:23 PM
Quote from: ohad z on January 21, 2018, 11:35:42 PMA few comments: Intake in/out manual operation: in Casey the cube refuses to align and the limit switch / sensor does not trigger, can be used to turn the intake in wither direction to try and rectify the situationMaybe a shortcut of the arm control would come useful - instead of pressing a button 5 times to go all the way up, assign a shortcut button to go there in one clickA method of selecting from the autonomous modes options is necessary. Either through driver station or other method. This, with the value from the FMS regarding color assignment will determine the autonomous mode behavior.
Quote from: ohad z on January 27, 2018, 05:48:50 PMA few questions/comments: Is "Exchange height" for arm the same as intake height (height required to grab a cube)? Climber up/down: the joystick will activate climber up/down manually (no auto-stop other than safety current draw)?Other than the "get cube" automated command that lowers the intake and the "exchange cube" that raises it, what are the other sequences that move the intake up/down? I would guess once the cube is in and the gripper has grabbed it, the intake can go up. At some point there was an idea to use the triggers to control the intake in/out speed (they are analog and so could change the right/left intake speeds to manage misaligned cubes). Otherwise, if the switches in the intake break, this may come in handy to manually control the intake to be able to pick up a cube
Quote from: Louis L on January 28, 2018, 05:37:35 PMThe buttons on the Right Joystick need to be remapped. The current choices were made based on the Logitech Xtreme 3D joysticks we use in the lab. The joysticks we use on the competition driver station are older model Logitech units that are ambidextrous. The buttons on those joysticks are placed differently. Will do that in the coming days.