P08205: RP 1 Motor Module First Generation
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Grading and Assessment Scheme

Deliverables for 08208 - Motor Module with COTS Motor Controller
Grade Level Description
D The student team will deliver cost effective working motor module prototypes, capable of controlled motion. The prototypes will be fully characterized. The motor module prototypes will meet customer specifications. The prototypes developed will be 100% open architecture and open source. They will use no proprietary components, only COTS components available from multiple manufacturers. A function generator is used to send out PWM signals.
C The student team will deliver all elements of Level D PLUS: The motor module prototypes will show quantitative improvements over the past motor modules for the customer's application. There will also be marked improvement over the past motor modules in the areas of control and user interface. The PWM signal is controlled by a motor controller. The motor module can communicate with a platform.
B The student team will deliver all elements of Level D and C PLUS: The motor module prototypes will exceed the past motor modules in every aspect asked for by the customer. The team's motor modules can be interchangeable with at least one other team's motor module.
A The student team will deliver all elements of Level D, C, and B PLUS: The team's motor modules can be interchangeable with any other team's motor modules.
Deliverables for 08207 - Motor Module with RIT Motor Controller
Grade Level Description
D The student team will deliver cost effective working motor module prototypes, capable of controlled motion. The prototypes will be fully characterized. The motor module prototypes will meet customer specifications. The prototypes developed will be 100% open architecture and open source. They will use no proprietary components, only COTS components available from multiple manufacturers. A function generator is used to send out PWM signals.
C The student team will deliver all elements of Level D PLUS: The motor module prototypes will show quantitative improvements over the past motor modules for the customer's application. There will also be marked improvement over the past motor modules in the areas of control and user interface. The motor is controlled by a RIT motor controller.
B The student team will deliver all elements of Level D and C PLUS: The motor module prototypes will exceed the past motor modules in every aspect asked for by the customer. The team's motor modules can be interchangeable with at least one other team's motor module.
A The student team will deliver all elements of Level D, C, and B PLUS: The team's motor modules can be interchangeable with any other team's motor modules.
Deliverables for 08205 - Motor Module with COTS Motor Controller and Wireless PWM
Grade Level Description
D The student team will deliver cost effective working motor module prototypes, capable of controlled motion. The prototypes will be fully characterized. The motor module prototypes will meet customer specifications. The prototypes developed will be 100% open architecture and open source. They will use no proprietary components, only COTS components available from multiple manufacturers. A function generator is used to send out PWM signals.
C The student team will deliver all elements of Level D PLUS: The motor module prototypes will show quantitative improvements over the past motor modules for the customer's application. There will also be marked improvement over the past motor modules in the areas of control and user interface. The PWM signal is controlled by a wireless signal.
B The student team will deliver all elements of Level D and C PLUS: The motor module prototypes will exceed the past motor modules in every aspect asked for by the customer. The team's motor modules can be interchangeable with at least one other team's motor module.
A The student team will deliver all elements of Level D, C, and B PLUS: The team's motor modules can be interchangeable with any other team's motor modules.
Deliverables for 08206 - Motor Module with COTS Motor Controller and Communications Protocol (CAN, I2C, or SPI)
Grade Level Description
D The student team will deliver cost effective working motor module prototypes, capable of controlled motion. The prototypes will be fully characterized. The motor module prototypes will meet customer specifications. The prototypes developed will be 100% open architecture and open source. They will use no proprietary components, only COTS components available from multiple manufacturers. A function generator is used to send out PWM signals.
C The student team will deliver all elements of Level D PLUS: The motor module prototypes will show quantitative improvements over the past motor modules for the customer's application. There will also be marked improvement over the past motor modules in the areas of control and user interface. The PWM signal is controlled by a CAN protocol (or SPI or I2C).
B The student team will deliver all elements of Level D and C PLUS: The motor module prototypes will exceed the past motor modules in every aspect asked for by the customer. The team's motor modules can be interchangeable with at least one other team's motor module.
A The student team will deliver all elements of Level D, C, and B PLUS: The team's motor modules can be interchangeable with any other team's motor modules.

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