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Vigibot Pi to ESP32 WLAN Communication Example

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Posté 09 octobre 2020 - 04:31

UPDATE 16.08.2021: find the updated code and guide on GitHub: https://github.com/e...ot-Single-ESP32

UPDATE 15. Dez 2020:
if you want to control multiple ESP32 robots/gadgets, use this guide instead: https://www.robot-maker.com/forum/topic/13329-vigibot-pi-to-multiple-esp32-wlan-communications-example/   
if you want to control a single ESP32 robot/gadget, continue.
 
This code allows control of ESP32 robots or gadgets over WLAN using vigibot.
A raspberry is still required for the camera and needs to be on the same network. the serial data usually sent and received to an Arduino over UART ( https://www.robot-ma...cation-example/ ), is being sent over WLAN instead, allowing control of small robots or gadgets.
usage example: a pi with a camera watches an arena where multiple small ESP32 robots can be driven, the ESP32 bots do not have an on-board camera.
second usage example: open or close a door or toy controlled fron an ESP32.

1) insert your network info and upload the following sketch to your ESP32 from the arduino IDE using an usb cable.

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2) open the serial monitor to confirm a successful WLAN connection.

3) the pi needs to create a virtual serial point that's being forwarded over WLAN to the ESP32. install socat on your raspberry:
sudo apt install socat
4) create a new script:
sudo nano /usr/local/socat-esp.sh
5) paste the following code and replace your ESP's IP:
#!/bin/bash

sudo socat pty,link=/dev/ttyVigi0,rawer,shut-none pty,link=/dev/ttyEsp0,rawer,shut-none &
sleep 1

while true
do
  sudo socat -T15 open:/dev/ttyEsp0,raw,nonblock tcp:192.168.1.62:7070
done
6) add permissions
sudo chmod +x /usr/local/socat-esp.sh
7) run the script
sudo /usr/local/socat-esp.sh
8) test the pi <-> ESP connection by logging in as root in a new shell (needs root) :
su -
and sending a test text frame:
echo '$T  hello from cli       $n' > /dev/ttyVigi0
the arduino serial monitor now says "hello from cli "

9)if it works add it to start at boot:
sudo nano /etc/rc.local
and add
/usr/local/socat-esp.sh &
above the line "exit 0".

10) add an entry on the vigibot online remote control config -> SERIALPORTS -> 3 with value: "/dev/ttyVigi0"

11) set WRITEUSERDEVICE to "3"

12) set READUSERDEVICE to "3"

restart the client and wake your robot up, if it wakes up then everything works.



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