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UR5e - Realtime monitoring physical Input/Output
#1
Hi RoboDK,

Currently I want to monitor the input/output status of UR5e robot in real time through RobotDK. Is there any way to do this?
I see in the library there is python code UR_Monitoring_CSV.py which mentions this but I don't see the value change when I change the input/output value on UR5e.

Please advise, thank you so much!

Code:
UR_GET_INPUTS = (86-32)*8 + 252
UR_GET_OUTPUTS = (131-32)*8 + 252

def on_packet(packet, packet_id):

   global ROBOT_JOINTS
   # Retrieve desired information from a packet
   rob_joints_RAD = packet_value(packet, UR_GET_JOINT_POSITIONS)
   ROBOT_JOINTS = [ji * 180.0/pi for ji in rob_joints_RAD]    
   ROBOT_TCP_XYZUVW = packet_value(packet, UR_GET_TCP_POSITION)
   ROBOT_TCP_SPEED = packet_value(packet, UR_GET_TCP_SPEED)
   ROBOT_INPUTS = packet_value_bin(packet, UR_GET_INPUTS)
   ROBOT_OUTPUTS = packet_value_bin(packet, UR_GET_OUTPUTS)
   #print("Output:")
   #print(ROBOT_OUTPUTS)
   
   #ROBOT_SPEED = packet_value(packet, UR_GET_JOINT_SPEEDS)
   #ROBOT_CURRENT = packet_value(packet, UR_GET_JOINT_CURRENTS)
   #print(ROBOT_JOINTS)

# Monitor thread to retrieve information from the robot
def UR_Monitor():
   while True:
       print("Connecting to robot %s -> %s:%i" % (robotname, ROBOT_IP, ROBOT_PORT))
       rt_socket = socket.create_connection((ROBOT_IP, ROBOT_PORT))
       print("Connected")
       buf = b''
       packet_count = 0
       packet_time_last = time.time()
       while True:
           more = rt_socket.recv(4096)
           if more:
               buf = buf + more
               if packet_check(buf):
                   packet_len = packet_size(buf)
                   packet, buf = buf[:packet_len], buf[packet_len:]
                   on_packet(packet, packet_count)
                   packet_count += 1
                   if packet_count % 250 == 0:
                       t_now = time.time()
                       msg = "Monitoring %s at %.1f packets per second" % (robotname, packet_count/(t_now-packet_time_last))
                       print(msg)
                       RDK.ShowMessage(msg, False)
                       packet_count = 0
                       packet_time_last = t_now
                       
       rt_socket.close()


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#2
This monitoring file and the mapping indexes (such as UR_GET_OUTPUTS) were developed for the UR series (not URe), it is likely that these mappings have changed.

Are you able to monitor robot joints properly?
#3
Hi Albert,Albert
Just like you said, changed the mapping.
I updated the mapping again and it worked great.
Thank you for your advice.

The mapping change as attachment (V5.8) for those who are having problems like this.

Hieu,


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#4
Excellent! Thank you for letting us know.
  




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