- quadrature encoding; https://cdn.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Robotics/How%20to%20use%20a%20quadrature%20encoder.pdf
- separate pins for each direction --- this is less common and leads to questions about what should happen if both pins are active at the same time
- analog signal in which negative indicates opposite direction
- two bits grouped together that are together interpreted as a binary value that indicates direction number; this leads to questions about what to do with the 4th value. Sometimes two stop states are defined and gray encoding is used: 00 -> stop; 01 -> right; 11 -> stop; 10 -> left
writeDigitalPin question in matlab
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Sapir Zurist on 14 Mar 2021
Commented: Walter Roberson on 14 Mar 2021
I connected Rapberry PI to Fischertechnik robot model and I have a question about it -
I know that there is the command:
writeDigitalPin(r, 23, 1);
But, the robot have 2 opposite directions that it can be moved to each one of the motors...
So, how can I write in the code which one of the 2 directions I want?
You cannot. writeDigitalPin() does not support tri-state pins (left, off, right); it only supports binary (off, on) .
Systems with motors often use one of several systems:
See the description from line 226 at https://github.com/CodaFi/FTKit/blob/master/fischertechnik/fischertechnik/ftapi.h
Each motor has two controlling outputs 0 to 7 for speed. One output for each direction. For reverse set the first output to 0 and a speed for the second output.
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