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OpenCM9.04-A (no connectors onboard)

$9.90
SKU:
902-0084-010
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Weight:
0.25 LBS
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Product Description

OpenCM9.04-A is a board-only product for DIY (Do-It-Yourself) developers. Users will need to purchase the OpenCM9.04-Accessory Set and solder the product to make it a usable product. Please purchase OpenCM9.04-B if you're looking for the full, ready to use board.

  • OpenCM9.04 is an open-source controller that runs under a 32bit ARM Cortex-M3. 
  • The 3PIN connector is used to control ROBOTIS' Dynamixels that supports TTL communication. 
  • Uses a USB Cable (Mircro-B) (Not included), which is normally used for some smartphones, to download programs onto the board. 
  • This board is easily programmable with [ROBOTIS OpenCM], an Arduino-like IDE that allows the user to easily program in C/C++. 
  • The JTAG / SWD terminal can be used to run commercial developmental programs. 

PACKAGE CONTENTS

      A-Type

  • Controller - OpenCM9.04-A x 1 pc
  • Instruction Manual x 1

HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS

Description Specification
CPU STM32F103CB (ARM Cortex-M3)
Operating Voltage 7V ~ 16V (USB 5V, DYNAMIXEL 12V)
External I/O 26
Timer 8
Analog In(ADC) 10 (12bit)
Flash 128 Kbytes
SRAM 20 Kbytes
Clock 72Mhz
USB 1 (2.0 Full Speed)
CAN 1
USART 3
SPI 2
I2C(TWI) 2
Debug JTAG & SWD
TTL port (3Pin) 4 ( Combination of Dynamixel  & XL-Series)
External Sensor(5 Pin) 4 ( compatible with ROBOTIS  Sensors)
Size 27 mm X 66.5 mm
Weight 13g

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

■ Hyperlinks

 

Controller Compatibility Chart : Click Here

 

DXL SDK 3.0 for Windows/Linux (Github): Click Here

 

Link to e-Manual : Click Here

 









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  1. Very high value for money 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Dec 2014

    This controller board is fast, flexible, and easy to work with. (Except for the SerialUSB class, which may lock the board if you don't treat it gently.)
    Plus it's light! Weight matters for robotics.





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