Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Hand/282/SystemComponentList


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Jul 18, 2013, 4:10:00 PM (6 years ago)
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  • Hand/282/SystemComponentList

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    1616   * Flathead Screwdriver, Wiha brand, size 2
    1717 * Torque Wrench (B3436)
    18  * Plexiglass Stand (B3978)
     18 * Metal Stand (B3978 <-- Same part #?)
    1919 * Sheet metal Adapter Mount (B1402)
    2020 * USB-to-CAN Converter (B5382)
     
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    8585!BarrettHand™ Control GUI
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    8687The !BarrettHand™ Control GUI is a cross-platform compatible Windows/Linux application that allows control of the !BarrettHand™ quickly and easily.  The !BarrettHand™ Control GUI can be used to demonstrate functionality, test Supervisory and !RealTime control sequences, and how to save those sequences as ASCII text or even as cross-platform compatible C++ code along with a Makefile (literally with the click of a “Generate C++ Code” button).  See the !BarrettHand™ Control GUI Manual for more information on the using this application and the requirements.
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    8889C++ Function Library
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    8991The !BarrettHand™ C++ Function Library is an API for programming the !BarrettHand™ using the C++ language on IBM-compatible PC’s without having to manage various communication and timing issues. The library contains a hand control class that has easy-to-use functions that permit the use of Supervisory and !RealTime commands in software developed by the user.  All of the functions are available when the library and its dependencies are linked to the program.  Dependencies are usually installed by default so the user can focus on development. The C++ API includes HTML generated documentation that describes all of the classes, variables, and methods that users should use in detail and gives examples.
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    9395Firmware
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    9497The !BarrettHand™ has firmware that resides on the control electronics inside the palm. The firmware is a compiler generated text file that may be uploaded to the hand through the boot loader and the configuration tab in the GUI.  The firmware receives commands, controls the motors, sets and retrieves properties, and reads or writes to the EEPROM.
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