Controlling a mobile robot

errolt
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Re: Controlling a mobile robot

Post by errolt »

Very iteresting.

I also intend to use one as a mobile robot controller. Placed my order yesterday with a local company.

Regarding battery power, according to the specs i saw here somewhere, the input can be between 8V and 15V. A 3 cell LiPo will give you 12.6V fully charged and 8V empty. Might be something to look into.

Thanks,
Errol

blegas78
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Re: Controlling a mobile robot

Post by blegas78 »

MY hexapod has been mentioned along with the fit-PC2 on the Intel website:

http://edc.intel.com/Applications/Indus ... pod-Robot/

irads
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Re: Controlling a mobile robot

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Congratulations for the great endorsement. I hope it's the beginning of a wondeful friendship.
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blegas78
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Re: Controlling a mobile robot

Post by blegas78 »

Here's a nice article about the hexapod:
http://www.azstarnet.com/news/local/edu ... d3faa.html

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