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dephyactpack [2020/04/24 15:44]
lmooney [Specifications]
dephyactpack [2020/08/27 13:43] (current)
lmooney [Additional Resources]
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 |Safety protections (HW)  |  52V TVS, 10A slow-blow fuse  | |Safety protections (HW)  |  52V TVS, 10A slow-blow fuse  |
 |Intrinsic sensors ​ |  Battery voltage, intermediate voltage, +5V bus, temperature,​ etc.  | |Intrinsic sensors ​ |  Battery voltage, intermediate voltage, +5V bus, temperature,​ etc.  |
-//(1) Higher currents can be used with a heatsink. +//(1) Higher currents can be used with a heatsink. ​Multiply reported and commanded currents by 0.40 to obtain Q-axis current.// 
-(2) Magnetometer disabled by software – overpowered by the motor’s magnetic field//+ 
 +//(2) Magnetometer disabled by software – overpowered by the motor’s magnetic field//
  
 ===== Quick start guide ===== ===== Quick start guide =====
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 ===== Example Applications ===== ===== Example Applications =====
  
-  * [[https://​neurobionics.engin.umich.edu/​research/​wearable-robotics/​neurobionics-leg/​|University of Michigan'​s Neurobionics Leg]] +  * [[https://​neurobionics.engin.umich.edu/​research/​wearable-robotics/​dephy-ankle-exoskeletons/​|University of Michigan'​s Neurobionics Leg - Dephy Ankle Exoskeletons]] 
-  * [[https://​opensourceleg.engin.umich.edu/​|Open-Source Leg]]+  * [[https://​opensourceleg.engin.umich.edu/​|University of Michigan - Open-Source Leg]]
  
 ===== Tips, Tricks & Best Practice ===== ===== Tips, Tricks & Best Practice =====
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     * **If you use USB other than for a bench-top experiment, you must provide strain relief on the cable.** To be clear, people have been breaking them on benchtops too, so please be extra careful.     * **If you use USB other than for a bench-top experiment, you must provide strain relief on the cable.** To be clear, people have been breaking them on benchtops too, so please be extra careful.
   * Having USB connected will prevent a full power-cycle,​ even if you turn the module on & off with the push-button. After reprogramming one or more microcontrollers always do a true power cycle.   * Having USB connected will prevent a full power-cycle,​ even if you turn the module on & off with the push-button. After reprogramming one or more microcontrollers always do a true power cycle.
-  * When using Bluetooth we recommend waiting 15s between powering the circuit and starting a stream (from the GUI or the scripts). The RN-42 boots in a slow mode and transitions to fast after 10s. Starting a stream ​before ​can create issues. +  * When using Bluetooth we recommend waiting 15s between powering the circuit and starting a stream (from the GUI or the scripts). The RN-42 boots in a slow mode and transitions to fast after 10s. Starting a stream ​too soon can create issues. 
-  * If having ​Bluetooth connection problems with Windows, try restarting the Windows "​Bluetooth Support Service"​ before rebooting.+  * If there are Bluetooth connection problems with Windows, try restarting the Windows "​Bluetooth Support Service"​ before rebooting.
  
 ===== Additional Resources ===== ===== Additional Resources =====
  
   * [[https://​forms.gle/​imUyGk8tKbQxpcR57|ActPack/​ExoBoot Bug Report Form]]   * [[https://​forms.gle/​imUyGk8tKbQxpcR57|ActPack/​ExoBoot Bug Report Form]]
-  * {{ ::dephy_actuator_package_datasheet_2019.pdf | Datasheet}} (PDF)+  * {{ ::dephy_actpack_datasheet_20191110.pdf | Datasheet}} (PDF)
   * [[https://​goo.gl/​82irvp|3D files (STEP)]] (26MB)   * [[https://​goo.gl/​82irvp|3D files (STEP)]] (26MB)
   * Other than a few exceptions, all ActPack sold before 2019 use Rigid 0.2. Starting in 2019 we use Rigid 0.2B.    * Other than a few exceptions, all ActPack sold before 2019 use Rigid 0.2. Starting in 2019 we use Rigid 0.2B. 
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