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turtlebot_dashboard

turtlebot_viz: turtlebot_dashboard | turtlebot_interactive_markers

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turtlebot_dashboard

turtlebot_viz: turtlebot_dashboard | turtlebot_interactive_markers

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turtlebot_dashboard

turtlebot_viz: turtlebot_dashboard | turtlebot_diagnostics | turtlebot_interactive_markers | turtlebot_rviz_launchers

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Launchers for the base-specific dashboards

turtlebot_viz: turtlebot_dashboard | turtlebot_interactive_markers | turtlebot_rviz_launchers

roomba_robin_viz: roomba_robin_rviz_launchers | turtlebot_dashboard | turtlebot_interactive_markers | turtlebot_rviz_launchers

Package Summary

Launchers for the base-specific dashboards

turtlebot_interactions: turtlebot_dashboard | turtlebot_interactive_markers | turtlebot_rviz_launchers

Package Summary

Launchers for the base-specific dashboards

turtlebot_interactions: turtlebot_dashboard | turtlebot_interactive_markers | turtlebot_rviz_launchers

Package Summary

Launchers for the base-specific dashboards

Overview

Running

Run turtlebot_dashboard with:

rosrun turtlebot_dashboard turtlebot_dashboard

You may have to set your ROS_MASTER_URI environment variable before you start your dashboard:

export ROS_MASTER_URI=http://MY_ROBOT:11311

Dashboard

turtlebot_dashboard/turtlebot_dashboard.png

The main window of the dashboard is composed entirely of status indicators, the idea being that if they are all green the robot should be working fine from a hardware and built-in systems standpoint.

The indicators are broken into following three categories. The further explanation of the state Stale can be found in this QA at answers.ros.org.

Diagnostic

Component

OK

Warn

Error

Stale

Description

Diagnostics

pr2_dashboard/diag_ok.png

pr2_dashboard/diag_warn.png

pr2_dashboard/diag_error.png

pr2_dashboard/diag_stale.png

Clicking pops up the robot monitor. The OK/Warn/Error state is determined from the top level of its tree.

Rosout

pr2_dashboard/rosout_ok.png

pr2_dashboard/rosout_warn.png

pr2_dashboard/rosout_error.png

pr2_dashboard/rosout_stale.png

Clicking pops up rxconsole. The OK/Warn/Error state is determined by the messages received over the last 30 seconds.

Circuit Breakers

The circuit breakers are labeled 1/2/3, correlate to the 3 digital outputs on the iRobot Create base. Each breaker can be in either an enabled or disabled state. The Kinect power enable is attached to digital out 0 and needs to be enabled to power and receive data from the Kinect.

Mode

The robot can only charge in passive mode. The dashboard easily allows the user to change between modes for charging the robot.

Full

Safety

Passive

Stale

Description

pr2_dashboard/motors_ok.png

pr2_dashboard/motors_warn.png

pr2_dashboard/motors_error.png

pr2_dashboard/motors_stale.png

Clicking pops up a menu to change the mode to full, safety, or passive mode: turtlebot_dashboard/turtlebot_dashboard_dropdown.png

Battery

The battery is also just an indicator with no way of changing its state. The battery will change its color and % filled based on the amount of battery remaining. It will also show a power-plug symbol if the robot is charging.

Charge >50%

Charge 30-50%

Charge <30%

Charging

pr2_dashboard/battery_green.png

pr2_dashboard/battery_yellow.png

pr2_dashboard/battery_red.png

pr2_dashboard/battery_charging.png

Overview

The dashboard is a simple graphical tool that can give you an overview about the status of your robot at a glance. It has its roots in the turtlebot_diagnostics monitoring tool.

Running

First, make sure your TurtleBot is already running (e.g. you have launched minimal.launch from turtlebot_bringup before).

Then launch the dashboard with:

roslaunch turtlebot_dashboard turtlebot_dashboard.launch

Dashboard

Kobuki

Create

turtlebot_dashboard/turtlebot_dashboard_groovy_kobuki.png

turtlebot_dashboard/turtlebot_dashboard_groovy_create.png

The main window of the dashboard is composed entirely of status indicators, the idea being that if they are all green the robot should be working fine from a hardware and built-in systems standpoint.

The indicators are broken into following three categories. The further explanation of the state Stale can be found in this QA at answers.ros.org.

Diagnostic

Component

OK

Warn

Error

Stale

Description

Diagnostics

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_ok.png

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_warn.png

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_err.png

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_stale.png

Clicking pops up the robot monitor. The OK/Warn/Error state is determined from the top level of its tree.

Rosout

turtlebot_dashboard/console_ok.png

turtlebot_dashboard/console_warn.png

turtlebot_dashboard/console_err.png

Clicking pops up the rosconsole logging view. The OK/Warn/Error state is determined by the messages received over the last 30 seconds.

Programmable LEDs

Off

Green

Orange

Red

Description

turtlebot_dashboard/led_off.png

turtlebot_dashboard/led_green.png

turtlebot_dashboard/led_orange.png

turtlebot_dashboard/led_red.png

Clicking pops up a menu to change the leds to red, orange, or green color: turtlebot_dashboard/led_dropdown.png

Motor Power

You can enable/disable motor power of wheels by just clicking button.

Enabled

Disabled

turtlebot_dashboard/gear_green.png

turtlebot_dashboard/gear_red.png

Circuit Breakers

The circuit breakers are thunder signed button, correlate to the 3 digital outputs on the iRobot Create base. Each breaker can be in either an enabled or disabled state. The Kinect power enable is attached to digital out 0 and needs to be enabled to power and receive data from the Kinect.

On

Off

turtlebot_dashboard/breaker_on.png

turtlebot_dashboard/breaker_off.png

Mode

The robot can only charge in passive mode. The dashboard easily allows the user to change between modes for charging the robot.

Icon

Description

turtlebot_dashboard/mode.png

Clicking pops up a menu to change the mode to full, safety, or passive mode:turtlebot_dashboard/mode_dropdown.png

Battery

The battery is also just an indicator with no way of changing its state. The battery will change its % filled based on the amount of battery remaining. It will also show a power-plug symbol if the robot is charging.

Charge 100%

Charge 80%

Charge 60%

Charge 40%

Charge 20%

Charging

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_100.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_80.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_60.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_40.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_20.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_charging.png

Feedback

Use GitHub to report bugs or submit feature requests. [View active issues]

Overview

The dashboard is a simple graphical tool that can give you an overview about the status of your robot at a glance. It has its roots in the turtlebot_diagnostics monitoring tool.

Running

First, make sure your TurtleBot is already running (e.g. you have launched minimal.launch from turtlebot_bringup before).

Then launch the dashboard with:

roslaunch turtlebot_dashboard turtlebot_dashboard.launch

Dashboard

Kobuki

Create

turtlebot_dashboard/turtlebot_dashboard_groovy_kobuki.png

turtlebot_dashboard/turtlebot_dashboard_groovy_create.png

The main window of the dashboard is composed entirely of status indicators, the idea being that if they are all green the robot should be working fine from a hardware and built-in systems standpoint.

The indicators are broken into following three categories. The further explanation of the state Stale can be found in this QA at answers.ros.org.

Diagnostic

Component

OK

Warn

Error

Stale

Description

Diagnostics

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_ok.png

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_warn.png

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_err.png

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_stale.png

Clicking pops up the robot monitor. The OK/Warn/Error state is determined from the top level of its tree.

Rosout

turtlebot_dashboard/console_ok.png

turtlebot_dashboard/console_warn.png

turtlebot_dashboard/console_err.png

Clicking pops up the rosconsole logging view. The OK/Warn/Error state is determined by the messages received over the last 30 seconds.

Programmable LEDs

Off

Green

Orange

Red

Description

turtlebot_dashboard/led_off.png

turtlebot_dashboard/led_green.png

turtlebot_dashboard/led_orange.png

turtlebot_dashboard/led_red.png

Clicking pops up a menu to change the leds to red, orange, or green color: turtlebot_dashboard/led_dropdown.png

Motor Power

You can enable/disable motor power of wheels by just clicking button.

Enabled

Disabled

turtlebot_dashboard/gear_green.png

turtlebot_dashboard/gear_red.png

Circuit Breakers

The circuit breakers are thunder signed button, correlate to the 3 digital outputs on the iRobot Create base. Each breaker can be in either an enabled or disabled state. The Kinect power enable is attached to digital out 0 and needs to be enabled to power and receive data from the Kinect.

On

Off

Mode

The robot can only charge in passive mode. The dashboard easily allows the user to change between modes for charging the robot.

Icon

Description

turtlebot_dashboard/mode.png

Clicking pops up a menu to change the mode to full, safety, or passive mode:turtlebot_dashboard/mode_dropdown.png

More information on the Dashboard for the Create base can be found in this video.

Battery

The battery is also just an indicator with no way of changing its state. The battery will change its % filled based on the amount of battery remaining. It will also show a power-plug symbol if the robot is charging.

Charge 100%

Charge 80%

Charge 60%

Charge 40%

Charge 20%

Charging

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_100.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_80.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_60.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_40.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_20.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_charging.png

Overview

The dashboard is a simple graphical tool that can give you an overview about the status of your robot at a glance. It has its roots in the turtlebot_diagnostics monitoring tool.

Running

First, make sure your TurtleBot is already running (e.g. you have launched minimal.launch from turtlebot_bringup before).

Then launch the dashboard with:

roslaunch turtlebot_dashboard turtlebot_dashboard.launch

Dashboard

Kobuki

Create

turtlebot_dashboard/turtlebot_dashboard_groovy_kobuki.png

turtlebot_dashboard/turtlebot_dashboard_groovy_create.png

The main window of the dashboard is composed entirely of status indicators, the idea being that if they are all green the robot should be working fine from a hardware and built-in systems standpoint.

The indicators are broken into following three categories. The further explanation of the state Stale can be found in this QA at answers.ros.org.

Diagnostic

Component

OK

Warn

Error

Stale

Description

Diagnostics

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_ok.png

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_warn.png

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_err.png

turtlebot_dashboard/diag_stale.png

Clicking pops up the robot monitor. The OK/Warn/Error state is determined from the top level of its tree.

Rosout

turtlebot_dashboard/console_ok.png

turtlebot_dashboard/console_warn.png

turtlebot_dashboard/console_err.png

Clicking pops up the rosconsole logging view. The OK/Warn/Error state is determined by the messages received over the last 30 seconds.

Programmable LEDs

Off

Green

Orange

Red

Description

turtlebot_dashboard/led_off.png

turtlebot_dashboard/led_green.png

turtlebot_dashboard/led_orange.png

turtlebot_dashboard/led_red.png

Clicking pops up a menu to change the leds to red, orange, or green color: turtlebot_dashboard/led_dropdown.png

Motor Power

You can enable/disable motor power of wheels by just clicking button.

Enabled

Disabled

turtlebot_dashboard/gear_green.png

turtlebot_dashboard/gear_red.png

Circuit Breakers

The circuit breakers are thunder signed button, correlate to the 3 digital outputs on the iRobot Create base. Each breaker can be in either an enabled or disabled state. The Kinect power enable is attached to digital out 0 and needs to be enabled to power and receive data from the Kinect.

On

Off

Mode

The robot can only charge in passive mode. The dashboard easily allows the user to change between modes for charging the robot.

Icon

Description

turtlebot_dashboard/mode.png

Clicking pops up a menu to change the mode to full, safety, or passive mode:turtlebot_dashboard/mode_dropdown.png

More information on the Dashboard for the Create base can be found in this video.

Battery

The battery is also just an indicator with no way of changing its state. The battery will change its % filled based on the amount of battery remaining. It will also show a power-plug symbol if the robot is charging.

Charge 100%

Charge 80%

Charge 60%

Charge 40%

Charge 20%

Charging

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_100.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_80.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_60.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_40.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_20.png

turtlebot_dashboard/battery_charging.png


2019-11-09 13:20