connecting roboteq to radio control systemes

2 years 8 months ago #29533473 by senda
Hello,

In my robot , i use to roboteq to control my 2 motors. I want to know if i can install th receiver of radio control spectrum DX5C with two roboteq and how can i connect them.

thank you and my best resgrds,

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2 years 8 months ago #29533474 by Gabriel_Isko
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You did not mention which receiver you are using. However, if it provides 3 pin output on each of its channels, you should look at the CABLE-RC items in the Cables and Acessories section of our webstore. We have one with a 15 pin Dsub connector, and one with a 25 pin Dsub connector - the proper one for your application will depend on your motor controller.

To connect and configure the inputs on our motor controller, please refer to page 53 as well as SECTION 4: I/O Configuration and Operation of our User Manual .

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2 years 8 months ago #29533478 by senda
The recever that i will use it is SR415, and yes it provides 3 pin so can i connect it with my two roboteq ?

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2 years 8 months ago - 2 years 8 months ago #29533484 by Gabriel_Isko
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It should work with one of our pulse inputs. You can find the adapter cables I was talking about here , under the Cables and Accessories tab.

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2 years 8 months ago #29533493 by senda
In fact i have 4 motors , each two motors are contolled by SBL23, and i will use DX5C DSMR 5 CH TX w/SR415 so my question is how can i connect my receiver with my two roboteq .

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2 years 8 months ago #29533495 by Gabriel_Isko
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For the SBL2360, you can use the cable found here .

All you will have to do is configure the control in Roborun+ to use a pulse input to send motor commands to your controller. For a complete reference please reference Section 4 of our User Manual (The section I referenced in my previous post).

If you are trying to use 2 controllers to implement a single drive system, I would recommend trying to use our roboCAN networking features. Please see section 16 of our User Manual

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2 years 4 months ago #29533836 by Naveen
How to connect it to the specktrum receiver? SDC2160 Datasheet doesn't show the pin configuration. I found out that the middle pin is the ground through DMM. Which pin is Vcc and which is signal?

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2 years 4 months ago - 2 years 4 months ago #29533838 by Gabriel_Isko
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Our IO port pin-out should be on page 6 of the SDC21xx datasheet . You should have to connect 3 pins: ground, power, and a signal pin, which goes into one of our RC inputs.

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1 month 3 weeks ago #29535196 by Esteban Falconi

senda wrote: Hello,

In my robot , i use to roboteq to control my 2 motors. I want to know if i can install th receiver of radio control spectrum DX5C with two roboteq and how can i connect them.

thank you and my best resgrds,


Hi I am new using roboteq devices and i have a similar issues like you once had, did you find out how to connect the DX5C to a Roboteq Controller FBL 2360 A?

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1 week 19 hours ago #29535267 by Esteban Falconi
Hello I would like to know if your current configuration by using the spectrum radio controller DX5C DSMR 5 CH TX w/SR415 with 2 roboteq FBL 2360 controllers worked because in my company there is a similar configuration and we plan to use RADIO controller for our current vehicle

if you may help me thanks a lot otherwise which pair of spectrum devices do you recommend me to use with a FBL2360 A

thanks a lot

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