3. Building block API introduction

3.1 system information

3.1.1 Get the Robot version

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get robot version information
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
  • Return : Robot version information

2. Block display

3.1.2 Checking the Software Version

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:get software version
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
  • Return :version information

2. Block display

3.1.3 Get Robot ID

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get Robot ID
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
  • Return :ID

2. Block display

3.1.4 Set Robot ID

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set Robot ID
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
    • NUM :integer(1~253)
  • Return :none

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3.2 The overall state of the manipulator

3.2.1 Power on

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Power on the manipulator

  • Arguments:

    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
  • Return :none

2. Block display

3.2.2 Power iff

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Power off the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist

2. Block display

3.2.3 Check whether the mechanical arm is powered on

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Check whether the mechanical arm is powered on
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
  • Return
    • 1 power on
    • 0 power down
    • -1 error

2. Block display

3.2.4 Release all servos

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Release all servos
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
  • Return :none

2. Block display

3.2.5 check control connection

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Check whether the manipulator control is connected
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
  • Return :unknown

2. Block display

3.2.6 Robot error detection

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Robot error detection

  • Arguments:

    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
  • Return :none

2. Block display

3.2.7 Set instruction refresh mode

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set instruction refresh mode
  • Arguments:

    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • MODE : Interpolation mode, non-interpolation mode (default)
  • Return :none

2. Block display

3.2.8 Free mode state

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the free mode state of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
    • STATUS :status(open/close)
  • Return* :none

2. Block display

3.2.9 Check whether it is in free mode

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Check whether the manipulator is in free mode
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : ALL for ALL manipulator arms, L for left arm, R for right arm, W for waist
  • Return
    • 0 no
    • 1 yes

2. Block display

3.3 MDI control

3.3.1 Read single Angle

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Read single Angle
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint id(1~6)
  • Return :single angle

2. Block display

3.3.2 Read all angles

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Read all angles of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return
    • ANGLES :List of joint angles corresponding to the manipulator (including the angles from joint 1 to joint 6)

2. Block display

3.3.3 Send single angle

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the single Angle of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT_ID :joint1~6
    • ANGLE :angle
    • SPEED speed(0~100)
  • Return :none

2. Block display

3.3.4 Send all angles

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set all the angles of the manipulator
  • Arguments:

    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • ANGLES : Angle from joint 1 to joint 6
    • SPEED :Moving speed of mechanical arm (0~100)
  • Return :none

2. Block display

3.3.5 Read single coordinate

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Read the coordinates of a single joint of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for the waist
    • COORD :1~6(x/y/z/rx/ry/rz)
    • SPEED : speed(0~100)
  • Return : single coordinate

2. Block display

3.3.6 Read all coordinates

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Read all coordinates of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return
    • COORDS : All joint coordinates of the manipulator

2. Block display

3.3.7 Send single coordinate

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set a single coordinate of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • COORD :Coordinate ID, range 1~6(x/y/z/rx/ry/rz)
    • DATA :coordinate data
    • SPEED : speed(0~100)
  • Return :none

2. Block display

3.3.8 Send all coordinates

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set all coordinates of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • COORDS : Coordinates of joints 1 to 6
    • SPEED : The moving speed of the manipulator(0~100)
    • MODE : 0 - moveJ, 1 - moveL, 2 - moveC
  • Return :none

2. Block display

3.4 Motion control

3.4.1 Pause

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Suspend the movement of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) : All for all arms , for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return :none

2. Block display

3.4.2 Is paused

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Check whether the manipulator is suspended
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return
    • 1 paused
    • 0 did not pause
    • -1 error

2. Block display

3.4.3 Resume

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Restore the movement of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return :none

2. Block display

3.4.5 Is moving

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Check if the arm is moving

  • Arguments:

    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return
    • 1 moving
    • 0 did not move
    • -1 error

2. Block display

3.4.6 Whether to reach the specified position

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Check whether the manipulator reaches the specified position
  • Arguments:

    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • DATA : Data list: 13 data for ALL, 6 data for L/R, and 1 data for W

    • MODE : Mode (Angles/Coords)

  • Return

    • 1 yes
    • 0 no
    • -1 error

2. Block display

3.4.7 Angles list

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function: for 3.4.6 Whether to reach the specified position separately set the list, can be filled in 6 angles

  • Arguments:

    • DATA :Data list, fill in 6 angles
  • Return

    • ANGLES : Angle list (length 6)

2.Block display

3.4.8 Coordinates list

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function: for 3.4.6 Whether to reach the specified location separately set the list, can be filled in 6 coordinates
  • Arguments:

    • DATA : Data list, fill in 6 coordinates

  • Return

    • COORDS :Coordinate list (length 6)

2.Block display

3.5 Jog control

3.5.1 Jog angle

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Jog angle
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint id,1~6
    • DIRECTION :0-decrease 1-increase
    • SPEED :speed(0~100)
  • Return :none

    2.Block display

3.5.2 Jog absolute

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Jog absolute
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint id,1~6
    • AGNLE :angle
    • SPEED :speed(0~100)
  • Return :none

    2.Block display

3.5.3 Jog coordinate

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Jog coordinate
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • COORD :coordinate 1~6(x/y/z/rx/ry/rz)
    • DIRECTION :0-decrease 1-increase
    • SPEED speed (0~100)
  • Return :none

    2.Block display

3.5.4 Jog stop

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Jog stop
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return :none

    2.Block display

3.5.5 Jog increment

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set jog increment
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint id(1~6)
    • INCREMENT increment (integer)
    • SPEED speed (0~100)
  • Return :none

    2.Block display

3.6 Encoder

3.6.1 Set encoder

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the potentiometer code of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint 1~6
    • ENCODER :value (integer)
  • Return :none

    2.Block display

3.6.2 Get encoder

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Obtain the potentiometer code of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint 1~6
  • Return

    • ENCODER : value(0 ~ 4096)

    2.Block display

3.6.3 Get encoders

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Obtain all potentiometer codes of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return

    • ENCODERS : encoders list

    2.Block display

3.6.4 Set encodes

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Obtain all potentiometer codes of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • ENCODERS :encodes list(lenth 6)
    • SPEED speed(0~100)
  • Return :none

    2.Block display

3.7.1 Running status

3.7.1 Get speed

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get the speed of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return

    • SPEED speed(0~100)

    2.Block display

3.7.2 Set speed

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the speed of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • SPEED :speed(0~100)
  • Return :none

    2.Block display

3.8 Joint limit

3.8.1 Read the minimum joint Angle

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Read the minimum joint Angle of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint id(1~6)
  • Return

    • ANGLE :angle

    2.Block display

3.8.2 Read the maximum joint Angle

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Read the maximum joint Angle of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint id(1~6)
  • Return
    • ANGLE : angle

2.Block display

3.8.3 Set the maximum joint Angle

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the maximum joint Angle of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint id(1~6)
    • ANGLE : angle
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.8.4 Set the minimum joint Angle

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the minimum joint Angle of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint id(1~6)
    • ANGLE :angle
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.9 Servo settings

3.9.1 Joint state

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Check whether the specified joint of the manipulator is connected
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • SERVOID :servo id(1~6)
  • Return
    • 0 disenable
    • 1 enable
    • -1 error

2.Block display

3.9.2 Status of all joint connections

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Check whether all joints of the manipulator are connected
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return
    • 0 disenable
    • 1 enable
    • -1 error

2.Block display

3.9.3 Get servo data

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get servo data of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • SERVOID :servo id(1~6)
    • DATA_ID : address
  • Return
    • 0 disenable
    • 1 enable
    • -1 error

2.Block display

3.9.4 Power on a single motor

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Power on a single motor of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • SERVOID :servo id(1~6)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.9.5 Power off a single motor

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Power off a single motor of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • SERVOID :servo id(1~6)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.9.6 Single joint brake

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:The manipulator brakes on a single joint
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint id(1~6)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.9.7 Set motor zero

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set motor zero

  • Arguments:

    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • JOINT :joint id(1~6)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.9.8 Set servo data

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set servo data
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • SERVO_ID :servo id(1~6)
    • DATA : data address
    • VALUE :value
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.10 Acceleration settings

3.10.1 Get acceleration

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Read the acceleration of all movements
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return
    • SPEED :speed

2.Block display

3.10.2 Set movement acceleration

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set movement acceleration
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • ACC :integer(1~100)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.11 Basic

3.11.1 Get basic input

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get basic input
  • Arguments:
    • PIN_NO :integer(0~20)
  • Return :unknown

2.Block display

3.11.2 Set basic mode

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the base input/output mode
  • Arguments:
    • PIN_NO :integer(1~5)
    • PIN_MODE :input/output
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.11.3 Set basic output

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set basic output
  • Arguments:
    • PIN_NO :integer(0~20)
    • PIN_SIGNAL :low/high
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.12 Atom

3.12.1 Get digital input

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get digital input
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • PIN_NO :integer(1~5)
  • Return : singal value

2.Block display

3.12.2 Set color

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the color of the arm at the top of the robot arm
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • RED :integer(0~255)
    • GREEN : integer(0~255)
    • BLUE : integer(0~255)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.12.3 Set digital output

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set digital output
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • PIN_NO :integer(1~5)
    • SIGNAL :0/1
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.12.4 Set PinMode

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Sets the state mode of the specified pin in the atom.
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • PIN_NO :integer(1~5)
    • PIN_MODE :0 - input ,1-output
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.12.5 Set PWM output

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set PWM output
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • CHANNEL :integer(1~5)
    • FREQUENCY :frequency 0 - 1Mhz ,1- 10Mhz
    • PIN_VAL :integer(0~100)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.13 Coordinates

3.13.1 Get end coordinates system

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get end coordinates system
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return
    • 0 - flange,1 - tool

2.Block display

3.13.2 Set end coordinates system

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set end coordinates system
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • END :0 - flange ,1 - tool
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.13.3 Get movement type

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get movement type
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return
    • 1 - movel , 0 - moveJ

2.Block display

3.13.4 Set movement type

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set movement type
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • TYPE :1 - movel , 0 - moveJ
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.13.5 Get basic coordinates system

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get basic coordinates system
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return
    • 0 - base , 1 - tool

2.Block display

3.13.6 Set basic coordinates system

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set basic coordinates system
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • TYPE :0 - base , 1 - tool
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.13.7 Get tool coordinates system

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get tool coordinates system
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return
    • unknown

2.Block display

3.13.8 Set tool coordinates system

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set tool coordinates system
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • COORDS :coordinates list(lenth 6)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.13.9 Get world coordinates system

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get world coordinates system
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return
    • unknown

2.Block display

3.13.10 Set world coordinates system

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set world coordinates system
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • COORDS :coordinates list(length 6)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.14 Gripper

3.14.1 Get gripper angle

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get gripper value
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return
    • GRIPPER_VALUE :gripper value

2.Block display

3.14.2 Check that the gripper is in motion

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Check whether the gripper of the mechanical arm is moving
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return
    • VALUE :0 - did not move,1-moving , -1 error

2.Block display

3.14.3 Set end claw zero

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the claw zero of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.14.4 Set the terminal claw state

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the terminal claw state
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • STATUS :0 - close 1 - open
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.14.5 Set the claw range

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set the claw value of the manipulator
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • VALUE :integer(0~100)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.15 Collision detection

3.15.1 Get collision current

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get collision current
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • JOINT_ID :joint id(1~6)
  • Return
    • CURRENT :current

2.Block display

3.15.2 Set joint collision

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set joint collision
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm
    • JOINT_ID :joint id(1~6)
    • CURRENT :integer
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.16 Plan speed

3.16.1 Get planned acceleration

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get planned acceleration
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return
    • PLAN_ACCELERATION :planned acceleration list

2.Block display

3.16.2 Get planned speed

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get planned speed
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return
    • PLAN_ACCELERATION :planned speed list

2.Block display

3.16.3 Set planned acceleration

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set planned acceleration
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • ACCELERATION :acceleration(0~100)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.16.4 Set planned speed

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Set planned speed
  • Arguments:
    • ID(ALL/L/R/W) :ALL for all arms,L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
    • SPEED :planned speed(0~100)
  • Return :none

2.Block display

3.17 Servo status

3.17.1 Get joint current

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get joint current
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return
    • CURRENTS :joint currents

2.Block display

3.17.2 Get joint state

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get joint state
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return
    • LIST :List (voltage, sensor, temperature, current, Angle, overload, 0 indicates none error)

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3.17.3 Acquisition of joint voltage

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Acquisition of joint voltage
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return
    • VOLTS :voltage(less than 24V)

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3.17.4 Get joint temperature

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:Get joint temperature
  • Arguments:
    • ID(L/R/W) :L for the left arm, R for the right arm,W for waist
  • Return
    • TEMPERATURE :temperature

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3.18 Execute in parallel

3.18.1 Right arm workspace

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:The mechanical arm is used synchronously. During the synchronous execution, the building blocks of the left and right arms need to be dragged to the working area to ensure the simultaneous movement of the two mechanical arms
  • Arguments:none
  • Return :none

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3.18.2 Left arm workspace

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:The mechanical arm is used synchronously. During the synchronous execution, the building blocks of the left and right arms need to be dragged to the working area to ensure the simultaneous movement of the two mechanical arms
  • Arguments:none
  • Return :none

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3.18.3 Sync dot

1. Runtime API Reference

  • Function:It can only be used in the working area of left and right arms, and only takes effect when running both arms synchronously. Using the synchronization point, the mechanical arm can stop and wait for the completion of the execution of the other mechanical arm under specified conditions before performing subsequent operations
  • Arguments:none
  • Return :none

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