KoreMotorLE provides two DC motor channels. It can drive up to two DC motors using separate PID's to control position, and speed. The PID control loop is implemented with 32-bit calculations, with a 32-bit position value and a 16-bit velocity value. Current measurement feedback is also available to detect torque and stall conditions for the motors.
KoreMotorLE does not support standalone operation. The board must be connected to a KorebotII using the KB-250 stack.
The KoreMotorLE supports the KB-250 interface. The KB-250 interface is an open standard interface to expand the functionality of an existing KoreBot base platform in a easy and fast way. Besides using a full line of off-the-shelf KB-250 modules, developers can also design their own modules. KB-250 modules can be used singularly or stacked together to give the needed functionality. Several KoreMotorLE boards can be placed on one stack to allow control of a large number of motors.
- Control for 2 DC motors with incremental encoders.
- Motor requirements:
- 25W max
- 2.5A max continuous
- 5.0A max peak
- open or closed loop regulation
- position, speed and current (torque) control
- adjustable sampling frequency from 10Hz up to 12kHz
- One 2A fuse per motor and one common 5A fuse
- K-Net Interface (for communication with Khepera and Koala)
- KB-250 Male Interface for communication with Korebot
- KB-250 Female Interface for stacking
- KoreMotorLE board
- KoreBot II or KoreBotLE
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