I’m making a robotics platform and an “all round move from point A to point B without a sweat” platform but…
I’m having issues with the speed of the hoverboard wheels I’m using. I think I tried everything I can think of, meaning increasing the current limit, velocity limit, adding a battery to increase the voltage.
The speed remains the same with 24V or 36V.
The speed now is about the pace of a normal human walking which I would like to double if possible.
I am for now controlling it with a RC receiver and transmitter and PWM.
The Odrive is a 56V Odrive V3.6.
The setup looks now like this :
Thank you for your input ! Any new idea to try and make it work would be fantastic !
What are your PWM endpoints set to?
To set them up I used the hoverboard tutorial and the endpoints are min = -200 and max = 200.
But I remember when I looked them up by entering :
Is gave me something like (144, 29450) but I tried understanding it but couldn’t.
You think it’s an endpoint issue ?
Thanks for the answer !
Yes. Right now you’re setting vel_setpoint between -200 and +200. You can increase this range to speed up your bot
Ohhhhhhhkay ! I think I understand. I’ll get back to you as soon as I can change the settings.
Thanks in advance !
Thank you so much ! I know moves much faster. I just have another problem now that when it stops. The motors don’t want to move anymore and I have to cycle the power but thanks to you the project can continue !