Arduped 2

by edenr Aug 17, 2015
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Hi, its good project and thanks for sharing. I couldnt connect lipo and lipo charger to uno like you do. Can you share a clear photo or a drawing schema. Thank you.

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I also have a headcenter not declared error what should I do

Hi. What steps have you taken to try and resolve the issue? Have you followed the instructions and renamed the folder? Have you imported the NewPing library as a zip file?

Arduino:1.6.9 (Windows 10), Tarjeta:"Arduino Mini, ATmega168"

C:\Users\mediterraneo87\Desktop\bicho arduino\BiPed_Arduino_Code\BiPed\bichoduino\uBipedino\uBipedino.ino: In function 'void loop()':

uBipedino:71: error: 'HeadCenter' was not declared in this scope



uBipedino:75: error: 'HeadRight' was not declared in this scope



uBipedino:79: error: 'TurnRight' was not declared in this scope

TurnRight(1, 30);


uBipedino:81: error: 'HeadLeft' was not declared in this scope



uBipedino:85: error: 'TurnLeft' was not declared in this scope

 TurnLeft(1, 30);


uBipedino:103: error: 'Forward' was not declared in this scope

Forward(1, 30); 


Good, I get this error when compiling, use ide 1.6.9
'HeadCenter' was not declared in this scopeand I
not understand why there are three files if used only uBipedino

Sorry to hear you are having problems. What troubleshooting steps have you followed to try and resolve your problem?

good project. Where I can buy that lipo battery?

You should be able to find them on Ebay or a site that sells remote control related hardware.

Great project! Thanks for the remix and updated parts.

In the image before the schematic, I can see a board to the right of the batteries. Is this for charging? I don't see this board listed in the parts list.

Thanks. Well spotted. That is a lipo battery recharge board that you can buy on ebay (http://www.ebay.com/itm/2PCS-5V-Micro-USB-1A-18650-Lithium-Battery-Charging-Board-Charger-Module-/400665522246?hash=item5d4986b046:g:zHgAAOSw1vlUxZ0Q). I was trying to keep the schematic and the parts list as simple as possible and hence left it out. However it is still fairly straight forward to hook up should you want to go that route.

It seems less hassle to add this charger module... Thanks for the part update and link.

Well... my Arduped looks drunk...
Any suggestions?

Really close. Great stuff. I think that the legs probably need to be adjusted by about 30 to 45 degrees to the Arduped's right (i.e. from it's perspective). I also found that the feet are almost parallel to each other but point slightly further outwards than you expect. Of course it my be slightly different for you.

Hi, I used a similar set of batteries 3.7V lipo packs but they burned 2 of my arduinos, do you know why?
Here are the ones I got: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LK0DY3O?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s01
Is there any other specification or recommended battery to use?

I'm sorry to hear that. If you are connecting those in serial for a total of 7.4V then you'll want to connect them to the vcc on the Nano so they go through the voltage regulator and not the 5v on the board. However if you are connecting them to the 5v, I suspect it will work with just one of those as mine were 250mah batteries (I see yours are 600mah) and I connected them in parallel. I hope that helps.

that makes sense, I ordered a new set of batteries and I will try again, I didn't find a pin labeled as VCC. Thank you very much!

Ah yes. I forgot that its labelled VIN on the nano and not VCC. Good luck! I hope you get it working. Please post a make photo if you get an opportunity.

Awesome, I got a 4x AAA battery holder for now and used the VIN pin, it works good, now I just need to calibrate the servos to be in the right position, and yes I will upload photos as soon as it's finished. Thanks!

merci j'ai enfin reussi il m'a fallu mettre les trois fichier dans le meme dossier uBipedino et cela a fonctionner, encore merci pour vos conseil.

merci pour votre aide mais des que je compile uBipedino j'ai cette erreur " HeadCenter " was not declared in this scope je ne s'est pas comment resoudre le probleme et pour la version Arduino IDE j'utilise la 1.0.5-r2.

the code for some reason is in 3 seperate arduino ide sketches only one has the libraries included servo h and newping . so u need to open all three and copy past the servo primitiuves and the walk functions into the ubipeduino sketch , its all one sketch it got seperated maybe to break it down for new users to be able to tell what part of the code is doing what and play with it and its movements but regardl;ess this is what must be done there wont be any errors it will just work one you upload it and power the little dude on . i printed on borlee 90 x90 rep rap i had to cut off the ankles to get it to fit the print them and glue em back on . seriously great project ty

The version of the Arduino IDE that I'm running is 1.6.5 ans when I open uBipedino.ino in the uBipedino folder (it is important that all the 3 files are within a folder named uBipedino) it should open up ServoPrimitives.ino and WalkFunctions.ino. That function is within WalkFunctions.ino so I suspect that this is your problem. Please upgrade your IDE and double check everything and try again. If it isn't opening up the related files then try and work out why as this will be the key to solving your problem.

I hope that solves your problem. Please let me know when you have it working.

je n'arrive pas compiler votre code sur nano pouvez vous m'aider s'il vous plait

Are you using the latest version of t he arduino IDE and have you checked the referenced libraries? It would also be useful to know what error you are getting and what troubleshooting you have already performed.