Here is a wiring infographic on the new 2022 Control system hardware, with the new PDH, PH and RPM from REV and the RoboRio 2.0, as well as the addition of a Falcon 500 integrated motor and controller on the diagram.
The diagram is a derivative of the control system inforgraphic i made in 2019, all of the other components that were not superseded by the new hardware are still present. The document is also now optimized for a 24 x 36 poster size instead of an 8.5 x 11 letterhead size and has several visual updates from the 2019 diagram
let me know of any more suggestions, more than happy to implement them if need be.
please note that this diagram was made in reference of the most recent game manual(2020), it will be updated if need be once the changes related to the new hardware are presented on the newer (2022 and newer) manuals
Yes this is an old version of the diagram which has been updated. This was discussed in a different thread (will link here if I can find it) earlier this year. The Pneumatics Hub can be powered via one of the fused ports with a 20A fuse or any larger PDH slot with a 20A breaker
The diagram was made in Adobe Illustrator, if you want to make a derivative, the pdf file supplied in the GitHub is editable in illustrator so you can extract assets and/or edit it, so long as you (please) honor the cc-by license that the original document has.
Awesome!!! I was -just- annotating the old one! A few minor improvements to suggest… Ok, more than a few… I figured I’d give you all the data and save you from chasing it down in the rules and REV documents
Main power, 4 or 6 AWG, 3/4" strip length
Push button connections 18-24 AWG, 3/8" strip
Mark the VRM in, PH in, and compressor with 18-16 AWG, 3/8" strip
Motor controllers 24 to 8 AWG, 1/2" strip
Solenoid terminals: 24 AWG, 3/8" strip
CAN wiring 24 to 18 AWG, 3/8" strip
It would be cool to also have the other acceptable color codes down in the legend too. (power: red, yellow, white, brown, black-with white stripe and Ground: black or blue)
A little label by the servo for (red=power, black=ground, and white=signal) could be nice.
Add note: On all clamping connections, give it a “Smart Tug”: tugging on a wire to test the connection with a reasonable amount of force. Big wire=big tug. Small wire=gentle tug