Hi, I think I know the answer to my problem but I wanted to get an official technical response.
So we were practicing with our robot today when all of a sudden our drive started curving. What was interesting was that the problematic motor only moved in one direction. We’d had this problem before with the motor controllers as well.
The problematic motor was in port 10 of the Cortex Microcontroller so we figured that we broke the internal motor controller that is in ports 1 and 10 of the Microcontroller. We tested the motor in a normal port (2-9) and it worked fine, similarly we tested a new motor in port and had the same problem.
Is this issue fixable if we send the Microcontroller in?
Is my analysis of the situation correct?
If we order a new Microcontroller for our competition (February 25th) and the Microcontroller can be fixed, can we get reimbursed for our purchased Microcontroller?
Thanks for any help you can give us!