Yetiborg Assembly/Wiring

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Yetiborg Assembly/Wiring

Hello again!

I've noticed that either:
I cannot find the writing/assembly guide
One is not posted on the website

I did have mine assembled the first night after receiving, but everything is wired straight:
+ to red dot.
m1,m2 left side (these need flipped +/- belive)
m3,m4 right side

I just figured out all the i2c bus communication, so i'm writing my connector right now. Included here is a picture of my assembly. The extra lines are a OTG cable that wraps up through with a wifi adapter plugged in, and the usb to my PC.

I'll dig through the code to find the answers on connection I need, but that may be helpful to have that assembly guide somewhere.

Geoff Riley
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The wonders of cable...

I have mine at a similar stage; just awaiting confirmation of the wiring. It's been sat in its box since I put it together, and I've been concentrating on other things like getting the code running smoothly.

piborg's picture
YetiBorg Wiring

On each motor we have soldered the red wire to the red dot.

The wires are then connected to the ZeroBorg as follows:

M1+ → Front right black
M1- → Front right red

M2+ → Front left red
M2- → Front left black

M3+ → Rear left red
M3- → Rear left black

M4+ → Rear right black
M4- → Rear right red

Final wiring on the board:

The full set of images are here:
Wiring starts from step 56.

swinders's picture
Missing build guide for v1 yeti

The old build pages did not survive the transition to the new site, I think I've missed something. One part I can't check is how the toggle switch was connected. Are the original build instructions available anywhere?

Arron Churchill
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Old build instructions

Good news, the old page is still available here: :)

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