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[SOLVED] How to clear the drive strain event?
December 30, 2016
2:51 pm
Arayat
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I am trying to make Edison to go back when drive strain is detected.

I am using “start event” with drive strain detected event.

It works, Edison drives and when strain is detected it backs up. But the event never clears. When there is no more strain on the drive it still triggers the event and keeps on backing up.

How can I clear this event?

January 25, 2017
3:02 pm
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Hi 

Are you using an Edison V1 or Edison V2.0?

June 30, 2017
1:26 pm
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I am having an Edison V1

July 5, 2017
9:16 am
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It should be possible to clear the event using a  “Wait Event” block after the “Start Event”.

set the “Wait event” block to “Event happens – drive – drive strained”

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