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VEXnet Field Control System User Guide - VEX Robotics

VEXnet Field Control System User Guide - VEX Robotics

After the

After the VEX Robotics Match Controller is attached to the PC you may open the VEXnet Field ControlSoftware. Connect the VEXnet Driver Interface boards to the Match Controller using Ethernet cables.When the VEXnet Driver Interface board is plugged in, its “Disabled” LED will illuminate amber and theassociated Match Controller LED will illuminate green. Otherwise, the Match Controller will illuminate redindicating a connection problem between the Match Controller and the Driver Interface boards. After youhave verified a good connection between the two boards, try closing and then restarting the VEXnet FieldControl Software to get a yellow “Disabled” LED on the Driver Interface. Connect Ethernet cables fromthe associated VEXnet Driver Interface to the VEXnet Joystick COMPETITION ports. A second Joystickmay be connected to the primary Joystick via a 4-wire-4-contact (4P4C) handset cable.Refer to the official game documentation for any over-riding or extra requirements.Refer to Appendix A for images of the physical equipment setup.Equipment Setup – 75MHz VEX only configurationConnect the Field Control equipment per the block diagram below.After the VEX Robotics Match Controller is attached to the PC you may open the VEXnet Field ControlSoftware. Connect the VEXnet Driver Interface boards to the Match Controller using Ethernet cables.When the VEXnet Driver Interface board is plugged in, its “Disabled” LED will illuminate amber and theassociated Match Controller LED will illuminate green. Otherwise, the Match Controller will illuminate redindicating a connection problem between the Match Controller and the Driver Interface boards. After youhave verified a good connection between the two boards, try closing and then restarting the VEXnet FieldPage 3Copyright 2009. VEX Robotics, Inc.

Control Software to get a yellow “Disabled” LED on the Driver Interface. Connect 4P4C handset cablesfrom the VEXnet Driver Interface board to the associated VEX V.5 (75MHz) FM transmitters. If thecompetition has an autonomous period, the robot must be programmed with the associated template.Crystal management with the 75MHz system is required to prevent frequency interference.Refer to official game documentation for any over-riding or extra requirements.Refer to Appendix A for images of the physical equipment setup.Equipment Setup – Combined VEXnet and 75MHz VEXConnect the Field Control equipment per the block diagram below.After the VEX Robotics Match Controller is attached to the PC you may open the VEXnet Field ControlSoftware. Connect the VEXnet Driver Interface boards to the Match Controller using Ethernet cables.When the VEXnet Driver Interface board is plugged in, its “Disabled” LED will illuminate amber and theassociated Match Controller LED will illuminate green. Otherwise, the Match Controller will illuminate redindicating a connection problem between the Match Controller and the Driver Interface boards. After youhave verified a good connection between the two boards, try closing and then restarting the VEXnet FieldControl Software to get a yellow “Disabled” LED on the Driver Interface.For VEXnet Joysticks, connect an Ethernet cable from the associated VEXnet Driver Interface to theJoystick COMPETITION port. A second Joystick may be connected to the primary transmitter using a4P4C handset cable.Page 4Copyright 2009. VEX Robotics, Inc.

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