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Offline nelsontechnicalTopic starter

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Hello everyone,

I am trying to see if anyone could give me any help or advice on using the Zeemote JD1 controller SDK that has custom Java programming to link up with a RoboteQ MDC2250 Dual Channel 2 x 60A, 7V-50V DC Motor Controller

MicroBasic sounds like it is pretty close to Java, and the MDC2250 already has a 32-bit microcomputer installed. So I am hoping that I could just create a MicroBasic program using the SDK kit that Zeemote provided that could connect with the JD1 remote (or find someone who could help me do that), and than I could hopefully just connect a USB Bluetooth dongle receiver, and use the JD1 remote as a motor controller.


This needs to be a small wireless one-handed controller, because this is for a hoverboard project that I am working on. Two handed controllers will be too big for what I need.


Any advice you may have on this would be very much appreciated!

I would love to be able to use the Zeemote JD1 as they are very nice looking controllers. :)
« Last Edit: June 16, 2011, 01:38:21 PM by nelsontechnical »

Offline nelsontechnicalTopic starter

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Also, if MicroBasic is not directly compatible with Java, than I thought that I might have to get another microcontroller that runs Java that could hook up to a Bluetooth receiver and send signals to the MDC2250. One option would be the Intellibrain2 Robotics controller from RidgeSoft , or the Genesi EFIKA MX Open Client Micro Computer.

This use of the Bluetooth JD1 motor control for the MDC2250 is just a test propulsion project for my hoverboard project. If I can figure out how to get the Bluetooth connection up and running, than I would also need to get another RobteQ MDC2250, and a HDC2450 motor controller and do the same Bluetooth interface.
« Last Edit: June 16, 2011, 05:14:13 PM by nelsontechnical »

 


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