<div><strong>Motherboard for LittleBOT.</strong></div>
<div>LittleBot is a small robot equipped with a control card with an Arduino Nano. The chassis is made of aluminum and is moved by two small motor-driven motors made entirely of metal that move a pair of tracks.</div>
<div>The robot has some sensors that allow it to detect some parameters including brightness and temperature. A front-mou...
Hey guys! The Following Schematic and PCB are for the "Anyone Can Build Robots Inc. Rover robotics kit". If you're interested in building your own with all of the parts included check out our kits at
We also have a full guide to using these files to design, customize, and fabricate your own robot over on our youtube chann...
HAT or pHAT for Raspberry Pi. Designed with the Pi Zero W in mind, so it shares the footprint of the Zero.
HAT has an ATmega328PB connected via I2C, SPI and UART,allowing both flashing, and many forms of communication.
Included a space for a Mini DC-DC voltage regulator. These are good for 3A of power, but make sure to solder the 5V pads and cut the ADJ pad lead.
Headers for SPI(ICSP) and both...
A stepped-motor controller for three steppers using Trinamics 2130 compatible "SilentStepSticks". Also supports upto two hobby servos and has two power FETs for on/off control of loads (including inductive ones).
Can be used stand-alone using the ESP32 on-board which supports WiFi and a web-based UI when running the [companion software called RBotFirmware](https://github.com/robdobsn/RBotFirmware)...
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the actionoiseboard decoding audio frequencies
for to set in motion motor,
is possible to use the board for set in motion motor
from remote, with audio frequencies sent in a video call,
the board have 10 pinout i2c for to connect
programmed at will to have fun turning lights on and off or giving the motors the desired movem...
What's the use?
a PlayPad is the combination of
a joypad and an mp3player (PlayPad).
in every button there is the exact frequencies for to set in motion the motors of the actionoiseboard,
pressing each button is equivalent to playing at the execution of the exact mp3 audio frequency to move its equivalent motor in its direction.
is possible to find the audio frequencies in the website:
Schematics for a robot control system that uses a Raspberry Pi Zero, an Arduino Pro Mini, some voltage regulators, some motor controllers, and a rat's nest of wire.
These shift registers connect to the Arduino and help control the motors.
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