Romi Hardware Support
The Romi robot, having a different hardware architecture than a roboRIO, is compatible with a subset of commonly used FRC control system components.
In general, the Romi is compatible with the following:
Simple Digital Input/Output devices (e.g. bumper switches, single LEDs)
Standard RC-style PWM output devices (e.g. servos, PWM based motor controllers)
Analog Input sensors (e.g distance sensors that report distance as a voltage)
Due to hardware limitations, the Romi Robot is not compatible with the following:
Encoders other than the Romi-integrated encoders
“Ping” style ultrasonic sensors (which require 2 DIO channels)
Timing based sensors
CAN based devices
Romi built-in buzzer
All classes listed here are supported by the Romi Robot. If a class is not listed here, assume that it is not supported and will not work.
PWM Motor Controllers (i.e.
The following classes are provided by the Romi Vendordep.