- toffParticipantApril 10, 2019 at 2:05 pmPost count: 1
I seem to have the same problem on one of our arms as indicated in this post:
Here are some logs I get:
[2019-04-05 17:16:23] Missing Dynamixel motor(s) on the robot : Servo Axis 6,
[2019-04-05 17:16:23] Scan to find Dxl motors
[2019-04-05 17:16:24] Broadcast ping failed , result : -3002 (-3001: timeout, -3002: corrupted packet)
If I manually move the joint the position is correctly updated, the problem seems to be with the motor. What should I do to debug/fix it?
I am not a robotic expert, but is there some way I can reprogram one of the gripper servos to replace this one?
Thank you in advanceEdouard RenardKeymasterApril 12, 2019 at 6:12 pmPost count: 239
This seems to be either a motor problem or a cable problem.
You can contact our technical customer support and we’ll be happy to help.
A few hints to start debugging:
– Good idea, you can try using a Gripper XL-320 instead of the axis 6 motor. This will help you see whether the issue comes from the cable or the motor. For that you’ll need to reconfigure the motor ID. You can use the dxl_debug_tools program on the Raspberry Pi 3 inside Niryo One (only connect the gripper motor for this manipulation).
– Also, check out how to debug motors one by one.
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