Crawling Quadruped Robot Kit for Arduino TS0237

Crawling Quadruped Robot Kit for Arduino

SKU: TS0237

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Regular Price: US$139. 99

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This is the Crawling Quadruped Robot kit for Arduino. It includes everything you need to build a cool crawling quadruped robot with wireless remote control.
Powered by two 18650 rechargeable lithium batteries, it's a four-leg mobile robot and each leg has three joints driven by servos.
This kit is also equipped with a remote controller so that you can observe and control the robot remotely.
With the sample sketches provided, you can make the robot move forward, backward, left, and right or dance by remote control.
You can also make your own sketch to realize different movements.

Technical Details:
The kit uses the SunFounder Nano board as control. A SunFounder Servo Control Board integrates battery, servo, Nano board, and nRF24l01 wireless module together. This kit is equipped with a SunFounder Mobile Robot Remote Controller so that you can observe and control the robot remotely.

Component List
1 pack x Acrylic Plates
1 x Calibration Chart
1 pack x Threaded Fasteners
2 x nRF24l01 Module
2 x SunFounder Nano Board
1 x SunFounder Mobile Robot Remote Controller
1 x SunFounder Servo Control Board
2 x dual 18650 Battery Holder
12 x EMAX ES08AⅡ Analog Servo
1 x USB Data Cable
1 x Wire Harness Tube (80cm)
1 x Ribbon (50cm)
1 x Screwdriver
Self-provided Parts
4 x 18650 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (3.7V) without protection circuit board

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Customer Reviews 5 item(s)

Schöner Roboter Bausatz
Cooles Teil! Das einzige was genervt hat waren die nicht richtig ausgelaserten Löcher für die Servohörner. Hab sie dann mit einer feinen Pinzette und viel Kraftaufwand frei bekommen. Mit den kleinen Schrauben muß man was aufpassen, daß die Köpfe nicht abreißen. Sonst hat der Zusammenbau viel Spaß gemacht. Hab den Kleinen dann noch LEDs und einen Ultraschallsensor verpasst. Die Ports D8, A6 und A7 sind noch frei. Mehr lleider nicht. Kann den Bausatz nur weiter empfehlen.
Review by Titanes / (Posted on 6/29/2016)
Review by grinteeth / (Posted on 6/29/2016)
Bet Kit to Build - everybody is suprised how real it crowls!
Best Kit I have ever build. Everithing worked fine took few hours to build. worked immediately. After a few hours test, one servo died - I ordered the exact same one for under (4$) found on the Internet. Do not forget to order the accus as stated, no regular batteries can be used. The recommended rechargable batteries lasts for ever for long hours of fun.
Review by Larry / (Posted on 5/9/2016)
I, for one, welcome our four-legged Overlords.
I highly recommend this kit. It’s an amazing deal. I purchased this kit from Sunfounder for about $160, which seems like a steal. I’ve seen a quadruped chassis—i.e., minus brains, servos, and transmitters—cost that much. For some products the transmitter alone is nearly that much. The fact that this kit is open source just puts this way over the top. You could integrate distance sensors and make it walk around autonomously. And if you don’t, you can be sure that someone else will!
Review by Shane Celis / (Posted on 5/5/2016)
went together very well. no problems at all.
even the small screws went into the servo round gear adapter well enough (1 head broke off, though; but all the rest went in fine). took about half a day to assemble. on my build, I wired up a nano (dip30) to arduino 'shield' style so that I can run tests on the shield-style arduino boards. the kit does not come with that adapter (in my photo) and the kit runs fine with just the 2 nano modules. note, both of mine came with pl2303 usb/serial chips instead of the more common ftdi or ch340. you will need to install pl2303 drivers and if you go to the sunfounder website you will get the file that includes the win7 (at least) driver and it worked fine after the install.
Review by linux-works / (Posted on 5/5/2016)