I have a series of LSS servos (LSS-HT1) and an LSS2MC connected to the LSS-ADA board. The computer is connected to the LSS-ADA via USB-C. The switch in the board is set to the USB position and the jumpers are off.
When I connect with the servos alone (no LSS2MC) I can communicate and control them successfully. Similarly, if I connect the LSS2MC alone I can properly communicate with it. However when I plug in both the servos and the LSS2MC at the same time, the LSS2MC takes over and is the only device I can communicate with. These devices behave perfectly separately but the servos failed when plugged in the same bus as the LSS2MC
I have tried using the LSS config and it doesn’t discover any servos when the LSS2MC is connected. I have also tried communicating from a serial monitor.
I have configured the LSS2MC as specified in the wiki (D7: LOW, D14: HIGH https://wiki.lynxmotion.com/info/wiki/lynxmotion/view/servo-erector-set-system/ses-electronics/ses-modules/lss-2mc-board/) with an arduino program based on the one provided in github (https://github.com/Lynxmotion/AlternativeLSS/tree/master/examples/Lss2MC)
We would like to be able to use these two devices together in a setup as showcased in the wiki with the Dual H-Bridge (DC Motors) configuration. How can we achieve this?
Thank you very much for your help.