Wonderful little kitty this Nybble! I am trying to plug the servo wires into the Nyboard (V1 1) which is installed with the Petoi logo up, so the plugs go
under the board. I took the screws out to lift the board to make the connections but now can't put the board back down because there's just not a big enough opening. I am not attaching a Pi, but should I flip the board over so the plugs are more accessible from the top or cut the plywood to enlarge the opening, but weaken the structure? Also my servo wires are brown, red, yellow. Which way do they plug in?
You are totally brilliant! I think this is going to work…. Thanks!
You need to remove the -main suffix of the folder after unzipping OpenCat-main.zip. Otherwise the OpenCat.ino will be moved into a new OpenCat/ folder within the original folder and mess up all the paths.
I'm getting a little lost! In the software that is. I am ok testing the RGB Ultrasonic module and the buzzer. The other test modules won't upload to Nyboard, I get messages like a file is missing. After quite a few attempts at uploading write instinct.ino I did get it to the board and I did answer yes to the questions in the serial monitor, but I never heard or saw a servo move. I also couldn't find where I have to change the * Nyboard V1_1. Now when I try to upload write instinct to try to calibrate I can't get it to compile. All I get is a message that opencat.h doesn't exist. So I must be doing something wrong! Can anyone suggest what that might be?
Many thanks for your prompt reply! If I would have looked more closely at your videos I would have seen my mistake in mounting the board on top, rather than under its carrier. I must tell you I haven’t had this much fun and stimulation in a project since I retired from eye surgery! Now if I can just master coding!
The brown servo wire is GND and it should be close to the board. You can unplug the servos on one side, slide the board under the back pieces then re-attach the servos.