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OPT_DEBUG = 'd',
OPT_PORT = 'p',
OPT_HELP = 'h',
// Options from this point onwards don't have any short option equivalents
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void Usage()
fprintf( stderr, "Usage: bioloid <option(s)> <file>\n" );
fprintf( stderr, "Usage: bioloid <option(s)>\n" );
fprintf( stderr, " Send commands to bioloid devices\n" );
fprintf( stderr, "\n" );
fprintf( stderr, " -b, --baud=baud Set the baudrate used\n" );
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LogDebug( "Debug enabled\n" );
LogVerbose( "Verbose enabled\n" );
LogVerbose( "Port: %s Baud: %s\n", portStr, baudStr );
// Read in all of the reg-*.bld files
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<title>Bioloid Command Line Utility</title>
<body bgcolor="darkgray">
<h1>Bioloid Command Line Utility</h1>
The bioloid program is a command line program for communicating
with devices on the bioloid bus.
<h2>Command Line Options</h2>
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Usage: bioloid &lt;option(s)&gt;
Send commands to bioloid devices
-b, --baud=baud Set the baudrate used
-p, --port=name Set the serial port to use
-d, --debug Enable debug features
-h, --help Display this message
-v, --verbose Turn on verbose messages
The default baud rate is 1000000. Passing in the debug flag
will cause all packet data sent to and received from the bus
to be printed.
# bioloid.exe -p com8 -d
Debug enabled
&gt; servo 15 ping
W: 0000: FF FF 0F 02 01 ED ......
R: 0000: FF FF 0F 02 00 EE ......
servo 15 Response Received
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<p>Broadcasts an ACTION command on the bus. This will cause
registered writes to be performed.</p>
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<p>Scans the bus (sends a ping command to every ID), and for
devices that respond, it reads and reports the model number
and version.
&gt; scan
> scan
ID: 15 Model: 12 Version: 22
ID: 18 Model: 12 Version: 22
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<p>Lists the device types that the program knows about.</p>
&gt; dev-types
servo Model: 12 34 registers
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<p>Exits from the program.</p>
<h2>Device Commands</h2>
<p>The following commands are sent to a partiular device, and are of the
<p><code>device-type id command arguments</code></p>
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<p><code>device-type reg</code></p>
<p>Prints the registers associated with this
&gt; servo reg
Addr Size Min Max Name
---- ---- --- --- --------------------
0x00 ro 2 model
0x02 ro 1 version
0x03 rw 1 0 253 id
0x04 rw 1 0 254 baud-rate
0x05 rw 1 0 254 return-delay-time
0x06 rw 2 0 1023 cw-angle-limit
0x08 rw 2 0 1023 ccw-angle-limit
0x0b rw 1 0 150 high-limit-temp
0x0c rw 1 50 250 low-limit-voltage
0x0d rw 1 50 250 high-limit-voltage
0x0e rw 2 0 1023 max-torque-def
0x10 rw 1 0 2 status-level
0x11 rw 1 0 127 alarm-led
0x12 rw 1 0 127 alarm-shutdown
0x14 ro 2 down-calib
0x16 ro 2 up-calib
0x18 rw 1 0 1 torque-enable
0x19 rw 1 0 1 led
0x1a rw 1 0 254 cw-comp-margin
0x1b rw 1 0 254 ccw-comp-margin
0x1c rw 1 1 254 cw-comp-slope
0x1d rw 1 1 254 ccw-comp-slope
0x1e rw 2 0 1023 goal-position
0x20 rw 2 0 1023 moving-speed
0x22 rw 2 0 1023 max-torque
0x24 ro 2 present-position
0x26 ro 2 present-speed
0x28 ro 2 present-load
0x2a ro 1 present-voltage
0x2b ro 1 present-temp
0x2c rw 1 0 1 reg-instruction
0x2e ro 1 moving
0x2f rw 1 0 1 lock
0x30 rw 2 0 1023 punch
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<p><code>device-type id ping</code></p>
<p>Sends a <code>PING</code> command to the indicated
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<p><code>device-type id get register</code></br>
<code>device-type id get-raw register</code></p>
<p>Retrieves the named register from the device
indicated by <code>id</code>. In the case of get the
register will be formatted, whereas get-raw just returns
the raw register value. There is a special register name
called <code>all</code> which will cause all of the
registers to be retrieved and printed.</p>
&gt; servo 15 get present-voltage
Read: 11.7 volts
&gt; servo 15 get-raw present-voltage
Read: 117
&gt; servo 15 get all
Addr Size Value Name
---- ---- --------------- --------------------
0x00 ro 2 12 model
0x02 ro 1 22 version
0x03 rw 1 15 id
0x04 rw 1 1000000 baud baud-rate
0x05 rw 1 0 usec return-delay-time
0x06 rw 2 0 degrees cw-angle-limit
0x08 rw 2 300 degrees ccw-angle-limit
0x0b rw 1 70C high-limit-temp
0x0c rw 1 6.0 volts low-limit-voltage
0x0d rw 1 14.0 volts high-limit-voltage
0x0e rw 2 1023 max-torque-def
0x10 rw 1 all status-level
0x11 rw 1 OvLoad OvHeat alarm-led
0x12 rw 1 OvLoad OvHeat alarm-shutdown
0x14 ro 2 40 down-calib
0x16 ro 2 973 up-calib
0x18 rw 1 off torque-enable
0x19 rw 1 off led
0x1a rw 1 1 cw-comp-margin
0x1b rw 1 1 ccw-comp-margin
0x1c rw 1 32 cw-comp-slope
0x1d rw 1 32 ccw-comp-slope
0x1e rw 2 150 degrees goal-position
0x20 rw 2 0.0 RPM moving-speed
0x22 rw 2 1023 max-torque
0x24 ro 2 150 degrees present-position
0x26 ro 2 0.0 RPM present-speed
0x28 ro 2 CCW 0 present-load
0x2a ro 1 11.7 volts present-voltage
0x2b ro 1 32C present-temp
0x2c rw 1 off reg-instruction
0x2e ro 1 0 moving
0x2f rw 1 0 lock
0x30 rw 2 32 punch
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<p><code>device-type id set register value</code></br>
<code>device-type id set-raw register value</code></p>
<p>Sets the value of a register. Set-raw sets the raw
register value, whereas set takes the natural units of
the register (degrees, volts, etc.)</p>
&gt; servo 15 set goal-position 200
&gt; servo 15 set-raw goal-position 682
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<p><code>device-type id read-data offset numBytes</br>
device-type id rd offset numBytes</code></p>
<p>Issues the READ_DATA command to the inidcated device.
The read data is formatted as hex bytes. Note that
read-data may be abbreviated as rd.</p>
&gt; servo 15 read-data 0x1e 4
Read: 001e: AA 02 00 00 ....
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<p><code>device-type id write-data offset byte data<br>
device-type id wd offset byte data</code></p>
<p>Issues the WRITE_DATA command to the indicated
device. The data must be formatted as a sequence of
bytes. Note that write-data may be abbreviated as
&gt; servo 15 write-data 0x1e 0xaa 2
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<p><code>device-type id reg-write offset byte data<br>
device-type id rw offset byte data</code></p>
<p>Issues the REG_WRITE command to the indicated
device. The data must be formatted as a sequence of
bytes. Note that reg-write may be abbreviated as rw.</p>
&gt; servo 15 reg-write 0x1e 0xaa 2
&gt; servo 18 reg-write 0x1e 0x00 1
&gt; action
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<p><code>device-type id reset</code></p>
<p>Issues the RESET command to the indicated
device. This resets all registers to factory defaults,
including changing the ID.</p>
&gt; servo 15 reset
<h2>Register Definition Files</h2>
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The register definitions for devices on the bioloid bus are
specified using register definition files. These files are
named reg-*.bld and all of the files which match this
specification and that are found in the same directory as
the bioloid executable will be read when the bioloid program
starts. Comments are denoted using the # character,and blank
lines are allowed.</p>
<p>Each line starts with a keyword. Supported keywords
are DeviceType:, Model:, Register: and
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<p><code>DeviceType: string</p>
<p>This starts a new device. Each <code>DeviceType:</code>
tag must have a matching <code>EndDeviceType</code> tag
later in the file. The device type should be a simple
string with no embedded spaces.</p>
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<p><code>Model: number</p>
<p>Identifies the model associated with this device type.
This field isn't currently used, but will eventually be
used for populating device data structures based on a
bus scan.</p>
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<p><code>Register: offset name numBytes mode min max fieldType</p>
<p>Specifies a register. The offset is the register
offset in the device memory. The name field is used to
identity the register. The numBytes field can have
values 1 or 2 to indicate 8-bit or 16-bit registers. The
mode must be ro (read-only) or rw (read-write). The min,
max, and field type are optional for read-only fields.</p>
<p>Valid field types are:</p>
<li>Alarm (format only) Translates the bits from the
alarm byte and prints as many of Inst, OvLoad,
ChkSum, Range, OvHeat, AngLim, InVolt as applicable,
or None if none of the bits are set.</li>
<li>Angle - Translate to/from degrees (0-300) into
the raw value (0-1023)</li>
<li>AngularVelocity - Translates to/from RPM (0-114)
into the raw range (0-1023)</li>
<li>BaudRate - Translates to/from the baudrate into
the divisor format.</li>
<li>Load (format only) - Translates the direction
bit to CW or CCW, and leaves the 10-bit portion as a
raw number.</li>
<li>OnOff - Translates between on/off and 0/1.</li>
<li>RDT - Translates from microsends (0-508) to the
raw value (0-254).</li>
<li>StatusRet - Translates to/from none, read, all into
0, 1, 2 respectively.</li>
<li>Temperature - Translates to/from degrees
celcius into the raw value (temperature * 1).</li>
<li>Voltage - Translate to/from volts into the raw
value (voltage * 10).</li>
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<p>Terminates the device-type definition.</p>
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