Robotino3 and National Instruments myRIO
The Festo Robotino and National Instrument myRIO share their focus in the field of educational and research work. The Robotino provides open source software (http://svn.rec.de/) The Robotino myRIO Toolkit provides drivers and API for the Robotino and some VI examples so that the user can start their Robotino LabVIEW experience out of the box.
For futher information about the hardware read the article on the Robotino myRIO Hardware
Robotino myRIO Toolkit
The Robotino myRIO Toolkit is a NI LabView API for the set-up of a Festo Robotino3 with a NI myRIO as control unit. The Toolkit includes VIs for a simplified implementation of the Omnidrive, IR-Sensors and other I/O. All VIs are open source and can be modified.
For further information read the article on the Robotino myRIO Toolkit
Get the Source and VI package from http://doc.openrobotino.org/download/LabView/Robotino_MyRIO_Toolkit_current.php
Get the VI package used at the NI Worldclass 2016. The VI pakcage has been improved by Peter Simandl who is a professional Application Engineer working at NI. http://doc.openrobotino.org/download/LabView/national_instruments_lib_robotino_myrio_toolkit-126.96.36.199.vip
The Power Button is run by an ATtiny24A microcontroller and is individually programmable. The standard setup of the Power Button proceeds like the following:
For further information on programming the microcontroller read this Power Button Guide
- Get source code from svn://svn.rec.de/openrobotino/myrio/powerbutton/trunk
- Browse source code http://svn.rec.de/listing.php?repname=openrobotino