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What is the difference between the Axon and Axon II?The Axon and Axon II both use the same microcontroller, the ATmega640. This means both the Axon and Axon II are 99% code compatible, minus a few additional features and pin # changes (see Axon II software manual). They are both equally easy to use.The Axon II however comes with more PWM, more hardware interrupts, more I/O, an LED numerical display for debugging assitance, higher voltage support, multiple battery voltage support, and an additional 3.3V output header.
WebbotLib Project Designer ... I have a problem using the designer, because the menu options "Tools/generate" does not appear most of the times ... Do I have to pay or something
-like the sabertooth 2x50 is not available but, is very similar to the others I just need to change the baud rate to 2400...
Connect multiples SRF05 but they required 5V regulated, and in the code I had in the axon2 i connect them anywhere and with a external regulator I supply power to the sensor using the same reference of the microcontroller ofcurse. But for the case of the sensor it was connect it in a unregulated port to use the signal pin."Because regulated I/O are limited in the microcontroller"
I'm struggling slightyly with the English, forgive me, but heres the reply.
The Tools|Generate option is only available in Project Designer and not Board Designer. Board Designer is only there for people designing commercial boards which they are going to sell.You need to say your Project before generating the code.
There is no such thing as a 'regulated port' or an 'unregulated port'. The port pin is the port pin. Its just that some port pins have regulated power headers next to them and others have unregulated.
In my project I need to connect 10 SRF-05 thats why I want to use external power from a 5V regulator.