schunk_canopen_driver package from schunk_canopen_driver repo

schunk_canopen_driver

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.0.7
License FZI all rights reserved
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/fzi-forschungszentrum-informatik/schunk_canopen_driver.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2017-11-02
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

The schunk_canopen_driver package

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • Georg Heppner

Authors

  • Felix Mauch
  • Georg Heppner
This is the driver package for the SCHUNK LWA4P and other CanOpen enabled devices.
It was developed on behalf of SCHUNK GmbH, Lauffen/Neckar, Germany
at the FZI Research Center for Information Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany.

The package contains the following core components:
- The independent C++ CanOpen driver library
- The ROS abstraction layer for it
- 3D model and kinematics description for visualization and planning
These main components are distributed under a LGPL license.

Furthermore this package contains a build system that is not
part of the CanOpen Driver but which is needed to build it:
- icmaker  (BSD License)
and depends on two other packages:
-fzi_icl_core  containing the icl_core (LGPL License)
-fzi_icl_can containing the icl_can (LGPL License)

These components were independently developed at the
FZI Research Center for Information Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Please refer to the wiki page for installation and usage.

See license folder for the license texts.


CHANGELOG

Changelog for package schunk_canopen_driver

1.0.7 (2017-10-11)

  • use more advanced pcan-device auto mode
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.6 (2016-05-17)

  • made xacro usage conform to current standards from jade and kinetic
  • implement prepareSwitch instead of canSwitch
  • fix: do not start boost thread explicitly
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.5 (2016-05-12)

  • added missing runtime dependencies
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.4 (2016-05-11)

  • use the \"auto\" keyword for the identifier in the node executables
  • made the check for the resource path safe to null pointers
  • install launch files.
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.3 (2016-05-04)

  • fix: Dependencies were wrong and others were missing
  • Updated and sorted package dependencies
  • Corrected maintainer name
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.2 (2016-05-02)

  • remove icl_hardware_canopen from dependencies as it is provided by this package
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.1 (2016-04-08)

  • First initial release of the schunk_canopen_driver for ROS
  • Contributors: Andreas Hermann, Felix Mauch, Georg Heppner, Pascal Becker

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

  • launch/driver.launch
    • File description Brings up the main driver node. This file is meant to be used as include (see the standalone files for that) In case ROS-Control is used the corresponding actions have to be taken in a seperate file (see standalone_interpolated_position.launch)
      • debug [default: false]
      • frequency [default: 30]
      • pcan_device [default: auto]
      • with_ros_control [default: true]
      • do_autostart [default: true]
      • trajectory_controller_name [default: pos_based_pos_traj_controller]
  • launch/standalone_interpolated_position.launch
    • File description This is intended to launch the robot driver together with a ros_controller and a URDF model
      • pcan_device [default: auto]
      • trajectory_controller_name [default: pos_based_pos_traj_controller_arm]
  • launch/standalone_profile_position.launch
    • File description This launchfile shows the simplest usage of the driver. In this mode, single joint configurations can be commanded very simply with an action interface. This might be useful, if you only want to command a single configuration or calibrate the nodes' zero position. For executing more complex trajectories we suggest the use of the interpolated position mode which uses ros_control.
      • pcan_device [default: auto]
  • launch/ros_control.launch
    • File description For executing more complex trajectories the interpolated position mode with ros_control offers a very powerful, yet effective command interface. It offers a FollowJointTrajectory interface as well as multiple services for handling the robot.
      • trajectory_controller_name
  • launch/visualize_arm_test.launch
  • launch/move_to_home_position.launch
    • File description Purpose of this launch file is to give an easy "reset" functionality. The launch file will start a node that resets the arm to ZERO position (completely streched out) and then terminates
      • debug [default: false]
      • frequency [default: 30]
      • pcan_device [default: auto]

Messages

No message files found.

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged schunk_canopen_driver at answers.ros.org

schunk_canopen_driver package from schunk_canopen_driver repo

schunk_canopen_driver

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.0.7
License FZI all rights reserved
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/fzi-forschungszentrum-informatik/schunk_canopen_driver.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2017-11-02
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

The schunk_canopen_driver package

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • Georg Heppner

Authors

  • Felix Mauch
  • Georg Heppner
This is the driver package for the SCHUNK LWA4P and other CanOpen enabled devices.
It was developed on behalf of SCHUNK GmbH, Lauffen/Neckar, Germany
at the FZI Research Center for Information Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany.

The package contains the following core components:
- The independent C++ CanOpen driver library
- The ROS abstraction layer for it
- 3D model and kinematics description for visualization and planning
These main components are distributed under a LGPL license.

Furthermore this package contains a build system that is not
part of the CanOpen Driver but which is needed to build it:
- icmaker  (BSD License)
and depends on two other packages:
-fzi_icl_core  containing the icl_core (LGPL License)
-fzi_icl_can containing the icl_can (LGPL License)

These components were independently developed at the
FZI Research Center for Information Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Please refer to the wiki page for installation and usage.

See license folder for the license texts.


CHANGELOG

Changelog for package schunk_canopen_driver

1.0.7 (2017-10-11)

  • use more advanced pcan-device auto mode
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.6 (2016-05-17)

  • made xacro usage conform to current standards from jade and kinetic
  • implement prepareSwitch instead of canSwitch
  • fix: do not start boost thread explicitly
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.5 (2016-05-12)

  • added missing runtime dependencies
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.4 (2016-05-11)

  • use the \"auto\" keyword for the identifier in the node executables
  • made the check for the resource path safe to null pointers
  • install launch files.
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.3 (2016-05-04)

  • fix: Dependencies were wrong and others were missing
  • Updated and sorted package dependencies
  • Corrected maintainer name
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.2 (2016-05-02)

  • remove icl_hardware_canopen from dependencies as it is provided by this package
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.1 (2016-04-08)

  • First initial release of the schunk_canopen_driver for ROS
  • Contributors: Andreas Hermann, Felix Mauch, Georg Heppner, Pascal Becker

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

  • launch/driver.launch
    • File description Brings up the main driver node. This file is meant to be used as include (see the standalone files for that) In case ROS-Control is used the corresponding actions have to be taken in a seperate file (see standalone_interpolated_position.launch)
      • debug [default: false]
      • frequency [default: 30]
      • pcan_device [default: auto]
      • with_ros_control [default: true]
      • do_autostart [default: true]
      • trajectory_controller_name [default: pos_based_pos_traj_controller]
  • launch/standalone_interpolated_position.launch
    • File description This is intended to launch the robot driver together with a ros_controller and a URDF model
      • pcan_device [default: auto]
      • trajectory_controller_name [default: pos_based_pos_traj_controller_arm]
  • launch/standalone_profile_position.launch
    • File description This launchfile shows the simplest usage of the driver. In this mode, single joint configurations can be commanded very simply with an action interface. This might be useful, if you only want to command a single configuration or calibrate the nodes' zero position. For executing more complex trajectories we suggest the use of the interpolated position mode which uses ros_control.
      • pcan_device [default: auto]
  • launch/ros_control.launch
    • File description For executing more complex trajectories the interpolated position mode with ros_control offers a very powerful, yet effective command interface. It offers a FollowJointTrajectory interface as well as multiple services for handling the robot.
      • trajectory_controller_name
  • launch/visualize_arm_test.launch
  • launch/move_to_home_position.launch
    • File description Purpose of this launch file is to give an easy "reset" functionality. The launch file will start a node that resets the arm to ZERO position (completely streched out) and then terminates
      • debug [default: false]
      • frequency [default: 30]
      • pcan_device [default: auto]

Messages

No message files found.

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged schunk_canopen_driver at answers.ros.org

schunk_canopen_driver package from schunk_canopen_driver repo

schunk_canopen_driver

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 1.0.7
License FZI all rights reserved
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/fzi-forschungszentrum-informatik/schunk_canopen_driver.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2017-11-02
Dev Status MAINTAINED
Released RELEASED

Package Description

The schunk_canopen_driver package

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • Georg Heppner

Authors

  • Felix Mauch
  • Georg Heppner
This is the driver package for the SCHUNK LWA4P and other CanOpen enabled devices.
It was developed on behalf of SCHUNK GmbH, Lauffen/Neckar, Germany
at the FZI Research Center for Information Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany.

The package contains the following core components:
- The independent C++ CanOpen driver library
- The ROS abstraction layer for it
- 3D model and kinematics description for visualization and planning
These main components are distributed under a LGPL license.

Furthermore this package contains a build system that is not
part of the CanOpen Driver but which is needed to build it:
- icmaker  (BSD License)
and depends on two other packages:
-fzi_icl_core  containing the icl_core (LGPL License)
-fzi_icl_can containing the icl_can (LGPL License)

These components were independently developed at the
FZI Research Center for Information Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Please refer to the wiki page for installation and usage.

See license folder for the license texts.


CHANGELOG

Changelog for package schunk_canopen_driver

1.0.7 (2017-10-11)

  • use more advanced pcan-device auto mode
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.6 (2016-05-17)

  • made xacro usage conform to current standards from jade and kinetic
  • implement prepareSwitch instead of canSwitch
  • fix: do not start boost thread explicitly
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.5 (2016-05-12)

  • added missing runtime dependencies
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.4 (2016-05-11)

  • use the \"auto\" keyword for the identifier in the node executables
  • made the check for the resource path safe to null pointers
  • install launch files.
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.3 (2016-05-04)

  • fix: Dependencies were wrong and others were missing
  • Updated and sorted package dependencies
  • Corrected maintainer name
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.2 (2016-05-02)

  • remove icl_hardware_canopen from dependencies as it is provided by this package
  • Contributors: Felix Mauch

1.0.1 (2016-04-08)

  • First initial release of the schunk_canopen_driver for ROS
  • Contributors: Andreas Hermann, Felix Mauch, Georg Heppner, Pascal Becker

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

  • launch/driver.launch
    • File description Brings up the main driver node. This file is meant to be used as include (see the standalone files for that) In case ROS-Control is used the corresponding actions have to be taken in a seperate file (see standalone_interpolated_position.launch)
      • debug [default: false]
      • frequency [default: 30]
      • pcan_device [default: auto]
      • with_ros_control [default: true]
      • do_autostart [default: true]
      • trajectory_controller_name [default: pos_based_pos_traj_controller]
  • launch/standalone_interpolated_position.launch
    • File description This is intended to launch the robot driver together with a ros_controller and a URDF model
      • pcan_device [default: auto]
      • trajectory_controller_name [default: pos_based_pos_traj_controller_arm]
  • launch/standalone_profile_position.launch
    • File description This launchfile shows the simplest usage of the driver. In this mode, single joint configurations can be commanded very simply with an action interface. This might be useful, if you only want to command a single configuration or calibrate the nodes' zero position. For executing more complex trajectories we suggest the use of the interpolated position mode which uses ros_control.
      • pcan_device [default: auto]
  • launch/ros_control.launch
    • File description For executing more complex trajectories the interpolated position mode with ros_control offers a very powerful, yet effective command interface. It offers a FollowJointTrajectory interface as well as multiple services for handling the robot.
      • trajectory_controller_name
  • launch/visualize_arm_test.launch
  • launch/move_to_home_position.launch
    • File description Purpose of this launch file is to give an easy "reset" functionality. The launch file will start a node that resets the arm to ZERO position (completely streched out) and then terminates
      • debug [default: false]
      • frequency [default: 30]
      • pcan_device [default: auto]

Messages

No message files found.

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged schunk_canopen_driver at answers.ros.org