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OpenCM9.04-C (with onboard XL-type connectors)

$19.90
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902-0084-040
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Product Description

The OpenCM9.04-C is the same as the OpenCM9.04-B except for the two TTL connectors (used for the AX series) has been replaced by two XL-Type TTL connectors.

  • OpenCM9.04 is an open-source controller that runs on a 32bit ARM Cortex-M3.
  • The 3-Pin connector is used to control ROBOTIS' Dynamixels with TTL communication.
  • Uses a USB Cable (Mircro-B) (included), to download programs onto the board.
  • The board is easily programmable with ROBOTIS' OpenCM, an Arduino-like IDE that allows the user to program in C/C++.
  • JTAG / SWD terminal can be used run commercial developmental programs. 

PACKAGE CONTENTS

Components

Quantity

Controller

OpenCM9.04_C

1

Socket

1x20 PIN Header Socket

2

Socket

1x20 BOX Header Socket

2

Cable

USB Downloader Cable (Micro-B)

1

Manual

Instruction Manual

1

 

HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS 

Description

Specification

CPU

STM32F103CB (ARM Cortex-M3)

Operating Voltage

5V - 16V (USB 5V, DYNAMIXEL 7~12V)

Recommended Voltages 

  • 5V for USB,
  • 7.4V for DYNAMIXEL XL series
  • LB-040 3.7V x 2
    (The OpenCM 485 Expansion Board is recommended to control DYNAMIXELs which require over 12V)

External I/O

26

Timers

8

Analog Inputs

10 (12 bit A/D Conversion)

Flash Memory

128 Kbytes

SRAM Memory

20 Kbytes

Clock Speed

72Mhz

USB port

1 (2.0 Full Speed)

CAN

1

USART

3

SPI

2

I2C(TWI)

2

Debug Ports

JTAG & SWD

XL-Type TTL port (3 Pin)

4 (XL Type)

External Sensor port (5 Pins)

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

 

[DOWNLOADS]

 

 OpenCM9.04_manual_en.zip

 SCHEMATIC-OpenCM9.04.pdf

 OpenCM9.04_REV_1.-(131009)-TOP.pdf

 OpenCM9.04_REV_1.-(131009)-BOTTOM.pdf

 OpenCM9.04_REV_1.-(131009)-Gerber.pdf

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  1. Great product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Jan 2016

    This product is plug and play. You can get some XL-320 servos going in just a few minutes. Can't wait to see different servo horns. Great products.


  2. Serious controller for the high-end hobbyist or experimenter 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Dec 2014

    The OpenCM9.04 C Type is no slouch - it uses an ARM 32 bit M3 core - none of your A____o 8 bit stuff here. I have built up a free-RTOS-based library based on ARM 32 cores and setting this unit us as an autonomous node in a complex system is well withing my reach. Robotis has aimed this controller at their XL-320 family of low-end serially-addressable servos and it includes four sockets for daisy-chained XL-320 units. It can also be piggy-backed onto an OpenCM 485 EXP board that supports the beefier Dynamixel pro line of servos operating at 24 VDC.
    The controller includes sockets for a Bluetooth interface as well as a number of accessories included with the Darwin-mini family - distance, color, ultrasonic, touch, object detection, DMS, magnetic and gyro sensors. Note that there are only a limited number of interface points on the controller so not all these sensors can be loaded onto a single controller (at least w/o developing a MUX daughter card).
    The software still leaves something to be desired, owing much to the A___ino systems - there is no real time trace capability or easy way to organize the program load into the processor. However, this can be overcome by using the Open ST-Link debugger port provided you have invested in the appropriate debugging hardware and associated software.





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