- Control DREAM robots, connect various components (reduction motors, servo motors, LED mobules, IR sensor, etc).
- Perform Firmware Recovery for CM-151’s firmware update or recovery using R+ Manager (v184.108.40.206 or higher) or R+ Manager 2.0
- Write a task code and control robot’s components with R+ Task or R+ Task 2.0
- R+ Motion does NOT support the CM-150
|Size||42mm x 42mm x 18mm|
|Voltage Supply||Range : 3.2V ~ 4.2V
Recommended : 3.7V (Li-ion Battery x1)
|Operation Temperature||-5°C ~ 70°C|
|Internal I/O components||IR sensor(measure distance) x 3
Mic(Sound sensor) x 1
Buzzer x 1
|External I/O components||4-pin comunication (wireless control & download) x 1
Micro USB port (connect to PC) x 1
Motor potrs (for reduction motor) x 2
Multi-usage port(sensor and outputs) x 2
(May cause serious injury or death)
- Never place items containing water, flammables, and solvents near product.
- Never place fingers, arms, toes, and other body parts near product during operation.
- Cut power off if product emits strange odors or smoke.
- Keep product out of reach of children.
- Check the power’s polarity before wiring.
(May cause injury or damage to product)
- Comply with the operating environment such as voltage and temperature.
- Do not insert sharp blades nor pins during product operation.
(May cause injury or damage to product)
- Do not disassemble or modify product.
- Do not drop or apply strong shock to product.
Control Table consists of data regarding the current status and operation of controller. The user can control controller by changing data of Control Table via Instruction packet.
EEPROM and RAM
Data in RAM area is reset to initial values whenever the power is turned on while data in EEPROM area is kept once values are set even if the power is turned off.
Represents the location of data. To read from or write data to the control table the user should assign the correct address in the Instruction packet.
Controller has two kinds of data: Read-only data, used mainly for sensing, and read-and-write data used for driving.
In case of data in the EEPROM Area, the initial values on the right side of the below Control Table are the factory default settings.
In case of data in the RAM Area, the initial values on the right side of the following control table are the ones when the power is turned on.
The Size of data varies from 1 ~ 4 bytes depend on their usage. Please check the size of data when updating the data with an Instruction Packet.
|0||2||Model Number||Model Number||R||400|
|6||1||Firmware Version||Firmware Version||R||-|
|8||1||Baud Rate||Communication Baud Rate||R||1|
|9||1||Return Delay Time||Response Delay Time||RW||0|
|10||1||Status Return Level||Select Types of Status Return||RW||2|
|21||1||Mode Number||Operation Mode||RW||-|
|25||1||Press Counter||Counts Start Button Press||R||-|
|26||1||Button Status||Start Button Status||R||0|
|30||2||My Zigbee ID||Local Zigbee ID||R||-|
|32||2||Your Zigbee ID||Remote Zigbee ID||RW||-|
|36||1||IR Communication Channel||IR Receiver Channel Number||RW||1|
|73||1||128ms Timer Value||128ms Timer Counter||RW||0|
|74||2||1ms Timer Value||1ms Timer Counter||RW||0|
|76||1||Power Save Timer Value||Power Save Timer Counter||RW||0|
|77||1||Random Number||Creating Random Number||RW||-|
|79||1||Green LED||Green LED Status||RW||0|
|82||1||Motion LED||Motion LED Status||RW||0|
|84||1||Buzzer Index||Buzzer Melody Frequency||RW||0|
|85||1||Buzzer Time||Buzzer Play Time||RW||0|
|86||1||Sound Detected Count||Final Count for Detected Sound||R||0|
|87||1||Sound Detecting Count||Current Count for Detected Sound||R||0|
|91||2||Internal Right IR Sensor Value||Sensor Value of Right IR||R||-|
|93||2||Internal Left IR Sensor Value||Sensor Value of Left IR||R||-|
|95||2||Internal Center IR Sensor Value||Sensor Value of Center IR||R||-|
|128||1||Port 3 Servo Mode||Servo Motor on Port 3||RW||-|
|129||1||Port 4 Servo Mode||Servo Motor on Port 4||RW||-|
|136||2||Port 3 Motor Speed||Speed of the Motor on Port 3||RW||-|
|138||2||Port 4 Motor Speed||Speed of the Motor on Port 4||RW||-|
|152||2||Port 1 Motor Speed||Speed of the Motor on Port 1||RW||-|
|154||2||Port 2 Motor Speed||Speed of the Motor on Port 2||RW||-|
|156||2||Port 3 Servo Position||Position of the Motor on Port 3||RW||-|
|158||2||Port 4 Servo Position||Position of the Motor on Port 4||RW||-|
|172||2||Port 3 IR Sensor Value||IR Sensor Value on Port 3||R||-|
|174||2||Port 4 IR Sensor Value||IR Sensor Value on Port 4||R||-|
|204||1||Port 3 Touch Sensor Value||Touch Sensor Value on Port 3||R||-|
|205||1||Port 4 Touch Sensor Value||Touch Sensor Value on Port 4||R||-|
|212||1||Port 3 LED Module Value||Port 3 LED Module Control Value||RW||0|
|213||1||Port 4 LED Module Value||Port 4 LED Module Control Value||RW||0|
|220||2||Port 3 User Device Value||User Device Value on Port 3||RW||0|
|222||2||Port 4 User Device Value||User Device Value on Port 4||RW||0|
|236||1||Port 3 Temperature Sensor Value||Temperature Sensor Value on Port 3||R||-|
|237||1||Port 4 Temperature Sensor Value||Temperature Sensor Value on Port 4||R||-|
|244||1||Port 3 Ultrasonic Sensor Value||Ultrasonic Sensor Value on Port 3||R||-|
|245||1||Port 4 Ultrasonic Sensor Value||Ultrasonic Sensor Value on Port 4||R||-|
|252||1||Port 3 Magnetic Sensor Value||Magnetic Sensor Value on Port 3||R||-|
|253||1||Port 4 Magnetic Sensor Value||Magnetic Sensor Value on Port 4||R||-|
|260||1||Port 3 Motion Sensor Value||Motion Sensor Value on Port 3||R||-|
|261||1||Port 4 Motion Sensor Value||Motion Sensor Value on Port 4||R||-|
|268||1||Port 3 Color Sensor Value||Color Sensor Value on Port 3||R||-|
|269||1||Port 4 Color Sensor Value||Color Sensor Value on Port 4||R||-|
|276||1||Port 3 Hydro-Thermo Sensor Humidity Value||Humidity Value on Port 3||R||-|
|277||1||Port 4 Hydro-Thermo Sensor Humidity Value||Humidity Value on Port 4||R||-|
|284||1||Port 3 Hydro-Thermo Sensor Temperature Value||Temperature Value on Port 3||R||-|
|285||1||Port 4 Hydro-Thermo Sensor Temperature Value||Temperature Value on Port 4||R||-|
|292||2||Port 3 Brightness Sensor Value||Brightness Sensor Value on Port 3||R||-|
|294||2||Port 4 Brightness Sensor Value||Brightness Sensor Value on Port 4||R||-|
NOTE : Some Addresses of the Control Table can be tested with R+ Manager 2.0.
- Start button: After a short press the LED will turn on and the loaded program runs
- IR sensors : measure and program each of the integrated 3 IR sensors
- Top 4-pin port : located next to the “Start button” connect an IR receiver,
- Micro USB port: located next to the 4-pin port connect a micro USB cable to the PC.
- Port 1 ~ 2 : shown as “I” and “II” connect reduction motors
- Port 3 ~ 4 : shown as “III” and “IIII” connect IR sensors, touch sensors, servo motors and LED modules.
- Power for the CM-150 is supplied by a single LBS-041 (040) Li-ion battery
- Operating voltage range: 3.0-4.7V (3.7V recommended)
- Power polarity pins are shown in the diagram below
- Press the “Start button” the LED turns on and the controller runs one downloaded program
- Press the “Start button” to turn on then press the Start N times. The controller is can run a specific parts of a program given said N number of presses.
- Hold the “Start button” for more than 1 second and it will emit 2 beep sounds, LED turns on, and the controller is under management mode (Downloaded task will not run under this mode).
- Hold the “Start button” for more than 5 seconds and it will emit 3 beep sounds. The controller is in firmware recovery mode
- To turn off the controller press the “Start button”
- The controller automatic turn-off time is 5 seconds by default. See Automatic Turn-off for more details.
- To connect the CM-150 to the PC a micro USB cable is required.
- For more information for PC connection check the USB driver installation page.
Please inquire us for information regarding unlisted certifications.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.