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Package Summary

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Version 0.0.1
License Private
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/shadow-robot/sr_tools.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version noetic-devel
Last Updated 2021-05-05
Dev Status UNMAINTAINED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released UNRELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

The sr_hand_health_report package

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Shadow Robot Software Team

Authors

  • Giuseppe Barbieri

SR_HAND_HEALTH_REPORT PACKAGE

Package that contains code to run Automatic Health Report tests.

The purpose of the script will be to collect information on the health of the hand at time of manufacture. Production and Clients will then be able to run this script when they suspect a fault or degraded performance of the hand. The script will generate a health report with checks, to investigate possible causes of fault.

Usage

Get AWS Access Key

This step is necessary in order to be able to upload and download results to AWS.

The AWS keys can be retrieved from here, copy and paste one from the Table of Customer Keys.

If you already have a container installed which does not contain an AWS key, retrieve one of the keys from the link above and within your container run the following command:

echo "your_aws_customer_key" | sudo tee /usr/local/bin/customer_key.key

If you need to set-up a new container, do so by following the instruction in the Docker One liner Confluence page.

N.B. This command will overwrite your current container if you have one, if you don't want that to happen, add the container_name tag to this command. E.g. container_name=my_new_container:

To get the AWS Access Key in your container remember to set the following lines in your docker creation command:

--read-secure customer_key use_aws=true

During installation you will be prompted for a AWS customer key. Retrieve it from the link of Shadow Wiki linkgiven above.

If you can't open the link or if you have any doubts about this process, contact the software team at software@shadowrobot.com.

Run the hand

In order to run the script, first run the hand with the following command:

roslaunch sr_ethercat_hand_hand_health_report sr_hand.launch

This launch file will run the driver and load the required PWM controllers.

Before starting the test make sure the hand is in a position similar to the one showed in the picture below:

Hand Pose In order to move the hand in the wanted position you can run it in Teach Mode by following the instructions here:

In the terminal execute the following command:

rqt

On the top-left bar select Plugins->ShadowRobot->ChangeControllers. In the window that will show up select Teach Mode for the hand under test as shown in the picture below.

Teach Mode Image

Health report launch file

The launch file to run the health report checks and generate the report is called sr_hand_health_report.launch.

The launch file allows you to specify which side of the hand is under test (left or right), which checks you want to execute and for which finger.

The available tests are: - monotonicity_check - positions_sensor_noise_check

To run all the checks for all the fingers run the following command:

roslaunch sr_hand_health_report sr_hand_health_report.launch hand_side:=<hand_side>

If, for instance, you only want to run the position_sensor_noise_check for First finger and Middle Finger, you can run the following command:

roslaunch sr_hand_health_report sr_hand_health_report.launch hand_side:=<hand_side> checks_to_run:="[position_sensor_noise_check]" fingers_to_test=:"[FF, MF]"

Data visualization and Upload

To access the reports execute the followin command:

cd /home/user/sr_hand_health_reports

This folder will contain a folder per hand serial number, which will contain a folder with the date and time at which the check was executed. Each test folder contains the health_report_result.yml, the health_report_bag_file.bag and the param_dump.yaml file.

If you want to upload a certain folder to AWS run the following command:

roslaunch sr_log_aws_files.launch upload:=true hand_serial:=<hand_serial> test_date:=<test_date> test_time:=<test_time>

This will upload the test result to the shadowrobot.healthreport.results bucket.

Data Download

To download a specific test result run the following command:

roslaunch sr_log_aws_files.launch download:=true hand_serial:=<hand_serial> test_date:=<test_date> test_time:=<test_time>

This will download a given report to your home folder.

FOR SOFTWARE: Run tests on bag files

To run a test on a bag file, run the following command:

roslaunch sr_hand_health_report sr_hand_health_report.launch hand_side:=<hand_side> real_hand:=false
hand_serial:=<hand_serial> test_date:=<test_date> test_time:=<test_time>

This will automatically play a rosbag and run the wanted checks on it.

CHANGELOG
No CHANGELOG found.

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

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Package Dependencies

Deps Name
1 catkin
0 sr_system_info
0 sr_controllers_tools
1 message_runtime
2 std_msgs
2 rospy

System Dependencies

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

  • launch/sr_hand_health_report.launch
      • hand_side [default: right]
      • checks_to_run [default: [position_sensor_noise_check, monotonicity_check]]
      • fingers_to_test [default: [FF, MF, RF, LF, TH, WR]]
      • results_path [default: /home/user/]
      • hand_serial [default: 2346]
      • test_date [default: 2020-02-10]
      • test_time [default: 15-53-32]
      • real_hand [default: true]
      • rosbag_path [default: /home/user/sr_hand_health_reports/$(arg hand_serial)/health_report_results_$(arg test_date)_$(arg test_time)]
      • rosbag_name [default: health_report_bag_file.bag]
  • launch/sr_log_aws_files.launch
      • download [default: false]
      • upload [default: false]
      • hand_serial [default: 2346]
      • test_date [default: 2020-02-10]
      • test_time [default: 15-53-32]
      • file_path [default: /home/user/sr_hand_health_reports]
      • folder_path [default: $(arg hand_serial)/health_report_results_$(arg test_date)_$(arg test_time)]
      • report_name [default: health_report_file.yml]
      • bag_name [default: health_report_bag_file.bag]
      • param_dump_file_name [default: param_dump.yaml]
  • launch/sr_hand.launch
      • eth_port [default: enp5s0]
      • hand_serial [default: 2346]
      • hand_id [default: lh]
      • hand_trajectory [default: false]
      • hand_ctrl [default: false]
      • pwm_control [default: true]
      • pwm_control [default: $(arg pwm_control)]

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged sr_hand_health_report at answers.ros.org

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 0.0.1
License Private
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/shadow-robot/sr_tools.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version melodic-devel
Last Updated 2020-12-30
Dev Status UNMAINTAINED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released UNRELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

The sr_hand_health_report package

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Shadow Robot Software Team

Authors

  • Giuseppe Barbieri

SR_HAND_HEALTH_REPORT PACKAGE

Package that contains code to run Automatic Health Report tests.

The purpose of the script will be to collect information on the health of the hand at time of manufacture. Production and Clients will then be able to run this script when they suspect a fault or degraded performance of the hand. The script will generate a health report with checks, to investigate possible causes of fault.

Usage

Get AWS Access Key

This step is necessary in order to be able to upload and download results to AWS.

The AWS keys can be retrieved from here, copy and paste one from the Table of Customer Keys.

If you already have a container installed which does not contain an AWS key, retrieve one of the keys from the link above and within your container run the following command:

echo "your_aws_customer_key" | sudo tee /usr/local/bin/customer_key.key

If you need to set-up a new container, do so by following the instruction in the Docker One liner Confluence page.

N.B. This command will overwrite your current container if you have one, if you don't want that to happen, add the container_name tag to this command. E.g. container_name=my_new_container:

To get the AWS Access Key in your container remember to set the following lines in your docker creation command:

--read-secure customer_key use_aws=true

During installation you will be prompted for a AWS customer key. Retrieve it from the link of Shadow Wiki linkgiven above.

If you can't open the link or if you have any doubts about this process, contact the software team at software@shadowrobot.com.

Run the hand

In order to run the script, first run the hand with the following command:

roslaunch sr_ethercat_hand_hand_health_report sr_hand.launch

This launch file will run the driver and load the required PWM controllers.

Before starting the test make sure the hand is in a position similar to the one showed in the picture below:

Hand Pose In order to move the hand in the wanted position you can run it in Teach Mode by following the instructions here:

In the terminal execute the following command:

rqt

On the top-left bar select Plugins->ShadowRobot->ChangeControllers. In the window that will show up select Teach Mode for the hand under test as shown in the picture below.

Teach Mode Image

Health report launch file

The launch file to run the health report checks and generate the report is called sr_hand_health_report.launch.

The launch file allows you to specify which side of the hand is under test (left or right), which checks you want to execute and for which finger.

The available tests are: - monotonicity_check - positions_sensor_noise_check

To run all the checks for all the fingers run the following command:

roslaunch sr_hand_health_report sr_hand_health_report.launch hand_side:=<hand_side>

If, for instance, you only want to run the position_sensor_noise_check for First finger and Middle Finger, you can run the following command:

roslaunch sr_hand_health_report sr_hand_health_report.launch hand_side:=<hand_side> checks_to_run:="[position_sensor_noise_check]" fingers_to_test=:"[FF, MF]"

Data visualization and Upload

To access the reports execute the followin command:

cd /home/user/sr_hand_health_reports

This folder will contain a folder per hand serial number, which will contain a folder with the date and time at which the check was executed. Each test folder contains the health_report_result.yml, the health_report_bag_file.bag and the param_dump.yaml file.

If you want to upload a certain folder to AWS run the following command:

roslaunch sr_log_aws_files.launch upload:=true hand_serial:=<hand_serial> test_date:=<test_date> test_time:=<test_time>

This will upload the test result to the shadowrobot.healthreport.results bucket.

Data Download

To download a specific test result run the following command:

roslaunch sr_log_aws_files.launch download:=true hand_serial:=<hand_serial> test_date:=<test_date> test_time:=<test_time>

This will download a given report to your home folder.

FOR SOFTWARE: Run tests on bag files

To run a test on a bag file, run the following command:

roslaunch sr_hand_health_report sr_hand_health_report.launch hand_side:=<hand_side> real_hand:=false
hand_serial:=<hand_serial> test_date:=<test_date> test_time:=<test_time>

This will automatically play a rosbag and run the wanted checks on it.

CHANGELOG
No CHANGELOG found.

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Package Dependencies

Deps Name
1 catkin
0 sr_system_info
0 sr_controllers_tools
1 message_runtime
2 std_msgs
2 rospy

System Dependencies

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

  • launch/sr_hand_health_report.launch
      • hand_side [default: right]
      • checks_to_run [default: [position_sensor_noise_check, monotonicity_check]]
      • fingers_to_test [default: [FF, MF, RF, LF, TH, WR]]
      • results_path [default: /home/user/]
      • hand_serial [default: 2346]
      • test_date [default: 2020-02-10]
      • test_time [default: 15-53-32]
      • real_hand [default: true]
      • rosbag_path [default: /home/user/sr_hand_health_reports/$(arg hand_serial)/health_report_results_$(arg test_date)_$(arg test_time)]
      • rosbag_name [default: health_report_bag_file.bag]
  • launch/sr_log_aws_files.launch
      • download [default: false]
      • upload [default: false]
      • hand_serial [default: 2346]
      • test_date [default: 2020-02-10]
      • test_time [default: 15-53-32]
      • file_path [default: /home/user/sr_hand_health_reports]
      • folder_path [default: $(arg hand_serial)/health_report_results_$(arg test_date)_$(arg test_time)]
      • report_name [default: health_report_file.yml]
      • bag_name [default: health_report_bag_file.bag]
      • param_dump_file_name [default: param_dump.yaml]
  • launch/sr_hand.launch
      • eth_port [default: enp5s0]
      • hand_serial [default: 2346]
      • hand_id [default: lh]
      • hand_trajectory [default: false]
      • hand_ctrl [default: false]
      • pwm_control [default: true]
      • pwm_control [default: $(arg pwm_control)]

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged sr_hand_health_report at answers.ros.org

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