Orangutan SVP-324 Robot Controller (assembled)

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The Orangutan SVP-324 robot controller is a super-sized version of our popular Orangutan SV, with a built-in AVR ISP programmer, more I/O lines, and more regulated power. Based on the ATmega324 AVR microcontroller (32 KB flash, 2 KB RAM, 1 KB EEPROM) and featuring higher-power dual motor drivers (2 A continuous per channel), a bigger 16×2 LCD, and a demultiplexer for easy control of up to eight servos, the Orangutan SVP makes a great starting point for your robot or electronics project.

The Orangutan SVP robot controller is a complete control solution for small and medium-sized robots running at 6 – 13.5 V. The module is designed around the powerful Atmel ATmega324PA AVR microcontroller (32 KB flash, 2 KB RAM, and 1 KB EEPROM) or ATmega1284P (128 KB flash, 16 KB RAM, and 4 KB EEPROM) running at 20 MHz and features a full complement of peripheral hardware to support robotics applications: dual motor drivers capable of delivering 2 A continuous (6 peak) per channel, a demultiplexer for easy control of up to eight servos with a single hardware PWM, a removable 16×2 character LCD with backlight, a user trimmer potentiometer, a buzzer for simple sounds and music, three user pushbuttons, and two user LEDs. The board also provides 21 free I/O lines, of which 12 can be used as analog inputs, and two switching buck (step-down) voltage regulators—one for the 5V bus and one adjustable from 2.5 V to 85% of VIN—each capable of supplying 3 A, which means there’s plenty of room and power for adding sensors, servos, and other peripherals.

In addition to the user-programmable ATmega324 or ATmega1284 microcontroller, the Orangutan SVP features an auxiliary PIC18F14K50 MCU that supports the main processor and serves as an integrated AVR ISP programmer, which means that no external programmer is required to use the Orangutan SVP. This auxiliary processor provides a USB connection that allows direct communication with a PC, and its firmware lets it perform several useful tasks in parallel with the main microcontroller. For example, the auxiliary processor can read two quadrature encoders, such as encoders for Pololu wheel 42×19mm or our 37D mm metal gearmotors with encoders, without burdening the main MCU, or those same four inputs could be used as additional analog inputs. The user AVR can read data from the auxiliary MCU over SPI. A USB A to mini-B cable is included with the Orangutan SVP.

Because the Orangutan SVP gives the user direct access to the ATmega324 or ATmega1284 microcontroller, it is compatible with all development software for Atmel’s AVR microcontrollers, including Atmel’s free AVR Studio and the WinAVR GCC C/C++ compiler. We provide an extensive set of software libraries that make it easy to interface with all of the integrated hardware, including the auxiliary microcontroller. Using these libraries, it takes just a few simple lines of code to write to the LCD, read button presses, drive motors, and control servos. These libraries come with a number of sample programs that demonstrate how to use the various components on the Orangutan SVP.

 

Orangutan SVP fully assembled PCB with pins labeled.


Specifications & On-Board Hardware

  • Overall unit dimensions: 3.70" × 2.20"
  • Input voltage: 6 – 13.5 V
  • Programmable 20 MHz Atmel ATmega324PA AVR microcontroller with 32 KB flash, 2 KB SRAM, and 1 KB EEPROM (SVP-324 version)
  • Programmable 20 MHz Atmel ATmega1284P AVR microcontroller with 128 KB flash, 16 KB RAM, and 4 KB EEPROM (SVP-1284 version)
  • Built-in USB AVR ISP programmer (USB A to mini-B cable included)
  • 2 bidirectional motor ports (2 A continuous per channel, 6 A maximum per channel)
  • 8-output demultiplexer tied to one of the user AVR’s hardware PWMs for easy control of up to 8 servos
  • 21 free I/O lines
    • 17 free I/O lines on the main AVR MCU, of which 8 can be analog inputs
    • 4 input lines on the auxiliary processor, which can be either 4 analog inputs or dual quadrature encoder inputs
    • 2 hardware UARTs
  • Removable 16-character × 2-line LCD with backlight
  • Primary 5V switching regulator capable of supplying 3 A
  • Secondary adjustable (2.5 V – 85% of VIN) buck (step-down) voltage regulator capable of supplying 3 A
  • Buzzer tied to one of the user AVR’s hardware PWMs
  • 3 user pushbutton switches
  • 2 user LEDs
  • Power (push-on/push-off) and reset pushbutton switches
  • Power circuit makes it easy to add extra power buttons and provides a self-shutdown option
  • Auxiliary processor (connected via SPI) provides:
    • Battery voltage reading
    • User trimmer potentiometer reading
    • Integrated USB connection
    • In-System-Programming of the main processor
    • Ability to read two quadrature encoders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: The Orangutan SVP is also available as an SVP-324 partial kit or SVP-1284 partial kit that has all of the surface-mount parts pre-soldered and a variety of through-hole parts included separately. The kit versions give you more flexibility to customize your Orangutan SVP for your particular application.


People often buy this product together with:

Micro Maestro 6-Channel USB Servo Controller (Assembled) Micro Maestro 6-Channel USB Servo Controller (Assembled)
Pololu 42x19mm Wheel and Encoder Set Pololu 42x19mm Wheel and Encoder Set
Pololu Jrk 21v3 USB Motor Controller with Feedback Pololu Jrk 21v3 USB Motor Controller with Feedback

 

Dimensions

Size: 3.70" x 2.20"
Weight: 2.7 oz

General specifications

Processor: ATmega324PA @ 20 MHz with auxiliary PIC
RAM size: 2048 bytes
Program memory size: 32 Kbytes
Motor driver: Dual TB6612FNGs
Motor channels: 2
User I/O lines: 211
Max current on a single I/O: 40 mA
Minimum operating voltage: 6 V
Maximum operating voltage: 13.5 V
Continuous output current per channel: 2 A
Peak output current per channel: 6 A
Current sense: 0.85 V/A
Maximum PWM frequency: 80 kHz
Reverse voltage protection?: Y
External programmer required?: N
LCD included?: Y

Notes:

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17 on the AVR, of which 8 can be analog inputs. 4 inputs on the auxiliary processor for quadrature encoders or analog.

Documentation and other information

Pololu Orangutan SVP User’s Guide (Link: www.pololu.com/docs/0J39) (Printable PDF: orangutan_svp.pdf (Link: www.pololu.com/docs/pdf/0J39/orangutan_svp.pdf))

User’s guide for the Pololu Orangutan SVP-324 and SVP-1284 robot controllers (both assembled and partial-kit versions).

Pololu AVR C/C++ Library User’s Guide (Link: www.pololu.com/docs/0J20) (Printable PDF: pololu_avr_library.pdf (Link: www.pololu.com/docs/pdf/0J20/pololu_avr_library.pdf))

Information about installing and using the C/C++ libraries provided for use with Pololu products.

Pololu AVR Library Command Reference (Link: www.pololu.com/docs/0J18) (Printable PDF: avr_library_commands.pdf (Link: www.pololu.com/docs/pdf/0J18/avr_library_commands.pdf))

A reference to commands provided in the Pololu C/C++ and Arduino libraries for the AVR.

 

File downloads

Pololu USB-to-serial driver for Windows (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J234/pololu_usb_to_serial.inf) (4k inf)
This is the driver needed for the Orangutan SVP on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. To install, save to your desktop, right-click on it, and select “Install”.
Orangutan SVP Reference Diagram (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J244/orangutan_svp_reference_diagram.pdf) (82k pdf)
This printable quick-reference diagram identifies all the interactive components on the Orangutan SVP, including the pins, pots, LEDs, and pushbuttons.
Orangutan SVP Schematic Diagram (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J265/org06a02_schematic.pdf) (99k pdf)
 
Sample AVR Studio project for the ATmega324PA to blink an LED (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J235/BlinkLED_m324.zip) (7k zip)
This is a sample AVR Studio project that will blink an LED on an Orangutan SVP-324.
Sample AVR Studio project for the ATmega1284P to blink an LED (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J326/BlinkLED_m1284.zip) (8k zip)
This is a sample AVR Studio project that will blink an LED on an Orangutan SVP-1284.
Toshiba TB6612FNG motor driver datasheet (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J86/TB6612FNG.pdf) (207k pdf)
 
Firmware version 1.01 for the Orangutan SVP (org06a) (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J317/org06a_v1.01.pgm) (27k pgm)
Use this file to upgrade your Orangutan SVP’s auxiliary processor’s firmware. This upgrade contains bug fixes relating to quadrature encoder support. This upgrade is recommended if you use the auxiliary processor to read quadrature encoders and have an earlier firmware version number. If you do not use the auxiliary processor to read quadrature encoders, then you do not need this upgrade. See the instructions in the “Upgrading Firmware” section of the user’s guide for more information. This upgrade was released on January 15th, 2010.
Orangutan SVP guia de usuario (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J328/OrangutanSVPGuiaUsuario.pdf) (1725k pdf)
A Spanish version of the Orangutan SVP robot controller user’s guide, provided by customer Jaume B.
Orangutan SVP desktop background, 1280×768 (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J257/orangutan_svp_1280_768.jpg) (438k jpg)
 
Orangutan SVP desktop background, 1280×768, no LCD (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J259/orangutan_svp_no_lcd_1280_768.jpg) (521k jpg)
 
LSM303DLH Orangutan example project (Link: www.pololu.com/file/0J436/LSM303DLH-orangutan-example-code.zip) (5k zip)
This sample program shows how to use an LSM303DLH 3D compass and accelerometer carrier (Link: www.pololu.com/catalog/product/1250) with an Orangutan robot controller (Link: www.pololu.com/catalog/category/8) to build a tilt-compensated digital compass. The AVR Studio project is set up for an ATmega328P microcontroller, but it will work on other Orangutans with simple changes to the project configuration.