Alex Grutter
Published © GPL3+

Renesas Synergy Dagu Rover 5

Rover project using the Renesas Synergy S7G2 MCU on board a Future Designs SYG-SOM module powering a Dagu Rover5 chassis/motor controller.

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Renesas Synergy Dagu Rover 5

Things used in this project

Hardware components

SYG-S7G2-SOM
×1
Dagu Rover5 Chassis w/ 4 Motors and 4 Encoders
×1
Dagu Rover5 Tank Motor Driver Board
×1
Ultrasonic Sensor - HC-SR04 (Generic)
Ultrasonic Sensor - HC-SR04 (Generic)
×2
Pmod BT2
Digilent Pmod BT2
×1

Software apps and online services

Renesas Synergy Software Package (SSP)

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Schematics

Rover Baseboard Schematic

This custom board is developed to connect the SYG-SOM module, PmodBT2 Bluetooth module, and motor controller to, and has the footprints for other parts as well.

Rover Baseboard BOM

This custom board is developed to connect the SYG-SOM module, PmodBT2 Bluetooth module, and motor controller to, and has the footprints for other parts as well.

Code

RoverDemo Synergy Project

C/C++
The zip file can be left as an archive and imported into e2studio as a Synergy Project. Once imported, the board support package (FutureDesignsInc.RoverDemo.1.2.0.pack) needs to be placed into e2studio's directory for pack files under C:\Renesas\e2_studio\internal\projectgen\arm\Packs. After doing that, open up configuration.xml and generate the Synergy software and build. After building, J-Link 10-pin or TagConnect 10-pin cable will be needed to program the SYG-SOM.
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Credits

Alex Grutter

Alex Grutter

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I work for Future Designs Inc. developing embedded systems for a variety of customers, working with Renesas Synergy microcontrollers
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Thanks to Mark Hall and Todd DeBoer.

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