GRedpathParticipantGRedpath December 13, 2021 at 7:51 am
I was proposing to use a robotic arm or an X/Y/Z table to measure H field strength using a near field probe and a SM200B. Has anyone done this before, and could they recommend software to control such a fixture?
jyaronParticipantjyaron December 15, 2021 at 6:16 pm
I made a servo ‘snake arm’ unit for production calibration of the accelerometers in our Vehicle Intertia Monitor IMU as attached. http://www.yashu.com
What may be pertinent to you is the manufacturer of the servos called Robotis. They are nice with integrated 32-bit ARM uC and GMR encoder feedback which provides smooth controlled motion along with very accurate positioning info. The protocol is reasonably documented for a Korean company. The servos can be daisy chained and bolted together with various coupling adapters.
I seem to remember a COTS offering using these servos for a master/slave arm setup in which one arm is input to control the other output arm. The motion pattern could be logged and played back.
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