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Novice friendly Arduino-based mobile robot

09 May 2013

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A small autonomous mobile robot which is ideal for both novice and experienced Arduino enthusiasts has been launched by electronics training solutions provider Global Specialties. Designed using the Arduino open-source prototyping platform, the AAR Arduino Robot is easy to program and run.

Key features include:

  • ATmega328P, 8bit AVR-RISC processor with 16MHz clock
  • Firmware and hardware selftest
  • On-board odometer sensor on both wheels
  • Line tracker sensor
  • USB interface programming
  • I2C bus
  • 2 independently controlled 3V-DC motors
  • 14 digital I/Os on the processor (9 free)
  • 8 analogue input lines (2 free)
  • The AAR comes with a comprehensive CD that includes all the software needed to write, compile, and upload programs to the robot, as well as many example programs. The listed price for the AAR is $79.00.

    Further information regarding the AAR Arduino Robot can be found here.

    Datasheet for the AAR Arduino Robot can be downloaded here.




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