Dynamixel Wizard 2.0
DYNAMIXEL XM540-W270-T connected via U2D2 (and power hub connected to a 12V 7.5A power supply) to Windows 11.
I want to understand what the motor does exactly when I enable the torque in dynamixel wizard 2.0 in current control mode.
According to the manual, the motor should turn on the torque and lock EEPROM Area parameters, but I think that the motor is doing something more that I don’t understand, and I would like to disable it.
If the torque enable is off, and I turn the motor horn, it moves freely but when I enable the torque (without setting a goal current or any other parameter) the motor continue to stay stationary but become to be more difficult to turn by hand (the force required is higher), it is like the motor introduce an extra friction that make more difficult to turn the horn and generate more back current/voltage.
What is it happening? How can I change this behaviour?