Release date: 2017-02-23
This is a C++ library for the Arduino IDE that helps access the on-board hardware of the Romi 32U4 Control Board.
The Romi 32U4 Control Board turns the Romi chassis into a programmable robot based on the Arduino-compatible ATmega32U4 MCU. It has an integrated AVR ATmega32U4 microcontroller, motor drivers, encoders, buzzer, buttons, and an LSM6DS33 accelerometer and gyro.
This library does not include code for accessing the LSM6DS33. If you want to access it, you should install the separate LSM6 library.
This library is very similar to the Zumo32U4 library.
If you are using version 1.6.2 or later of the Arduino software (IDE), you can use the Library Manager to install this library:
If this does not work, you can manually install the library:
Several example sketches are available that show how to use the library. You can access them from the Arduino IDE by opening the "File" menu, selecting "Examples", and then selecting "Romi32U4". If you cannot find these examples, the library was probably installed incorrectly and you should retry the installation instructions above.
The main classes and functions provided by the library are listed below:
This library also includes copies of several other Arduino libraries inside it which are used to help implement the classes and functions above.
You can use these libraries in your sketch automatically without any extra installation steps and without needing to add any extra
#include lines to your sketch.
You should avoid adding extra
#include lines such as
#include <Pushbutton.h> because then the Arduino IDE might try to use the standalone Pushbutton library (if you previously installed it), and it would conflict with the copy of the Pushbutton code included in this library. The only
#include line needed to access all features of this library are:
For complete documentation, see https://pololu.github.io/romi-32u4-arduino-library. If you are already on that page, then click on the links in the "Classes and functions" section above.
Romi32U4Motors::maxSpeedvariable to be an
int16_tso it can be compared to other
int16_tvariables without warnings.