Fortunately, you can use the ATmega8 from any Arduino board instead. The ATmega8 that comes with the Asuro robot uses an undocumented protocol to upload programs and is locked so you can’t change it, meaning you couldn’t use Arduino to upload programs to it. Arduino sketch for simple controls: Turn the Asuro robot on just before pressing the upload button in the Arduino environment. Board Setup and Configuration.

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Since the Asuro robot runs at half the speed of the Arduino board 8 MHz instead of 16 MHzyou’ll need to change a couple of files in your Arduino preferences file you may want to make a backup of the original file first:.

Right motor direction Forward: Depending on which button s that are pressed, different resistors are connected on the asuro PCB and an unique analogue signal will return to analogue in 4, defining the buttons pressed.

Front button detection Checking the front buttons is made by sending voltage from digital out 3, and reading analogue in 4. The normal serial commands from the reference should work.

If it doesn’t work, try switching the wires that go to pins 0 and 1 on the Arduino board. Replacing the ATmega8 The ATmega8 that comes with the Asuro robot uses an undocumented protocol to upload programs and is locked so you can’t change it, meaning you couldn’t use Arduino to upload programs to it. Checkout the Asurino page for further information.

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Follow the instructions in the Asuro manual which is also on the CD that comes with the Asuro. Board Setup and Configuration.

Fortunately, you can use the ATmega8 from any Arduino board instead. Connect the wires to the right pins.

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You can upload programs straight from the Arduino environment. An Arduino library and a modified bootloader is also available, based on these sketch.

Arduino sketch for simple controls: Related Hardware and Initiatives. Connect the USB cable to the Arduino board and the computer. This Asuro wiki in German has more information. Arduino on other Chips.

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Take the ATmega8 out of the Asuro keep it around, because it’s programmed with a useful self-test. The ATmega8 that comes with the Asuro robot uses an undocumented protocol to upload programs and is locked so you can’t change it, meaning you couldn’t use Arduino to upload programs to udb.

You need to solder a couple of extra wires onto the Asuro to program it. Pop the ATmega8 out of an Arduino board and place it in the Asuro make sure it’s the right ssuro around.

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Turn the Asuro robot on just before pressing the upload button in the Arduino awuro. Sources for Electronic Parts. Odometric speed control Odometric infrared LED: Because the ATmega8 is in the Asuro, not the Arduino board, you need to use the switch on the robot instead of the reset button on the board.

For more info wsuro look at this Forum Post. Changing Arduino Preferences Since the Asuro robot runs at half the speed of the Arduino board 8 MHz instead of 16 MHz ausro, you’ll need to change a couple of files in your Arduino preferences file you may want to make a backup of the original file first: The other wire goes to ground on the Arduino board.

The playground is a publicly-editable wiki about Arduino.