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CamJam EduKit 3 - Robotics (CamJam EduKit 3 Robotics)
Description:

The third in the series is here! The CamJam EduKit #3 is focused on robotics and contains (almost) everything you need to create your very own Raspberry Pi-powered robot.

All you need to do is to add your own chassis, Raspberry Pi (any model) & batteries! Then, follow the worksheets to make your own motorized buggy. Add the included sensors and you will soon be detecting objects in front of your robot and following line courses. Included in the kit are the following components:

  • A custom-designed, pre-soldered motor controller board (with screw terminals)
  • Two DC motors (with wires pre-soldered)
  • Two custom red wheels (which go extra fast… because they’re red!)
  • A ball castor (used as the ‘third wheel’ to your robot)
  • A small breadboard (to create your circuits)
  • Two pieces of strong 3M padded double-sided tape
  • A battery box for 4 AA batteries (batteries not included)
  • An ultrasonic distance sensor (for detecting objects in front of your robot)
  • A line follower sensor (for detecting and following black lines)
  • Resistors and jumper cables with which to complete your circuits
  • A strong cardboard box to keep it all in… or to cut into to make your chassis!

All the worksheets are freely available to download from http://camjam.me/edukit

 

Got a 3D printer? Daniel Bull has very kindly designed an awesome chassis, available from Thingiverse ..



Alex Eames over at Raspi.TV got his hands on a prototype, here's what he did!
https://youtu.be/LJDEV7rGwaM

And here's a fantastic unboxing video from Average Man vs Raspberry Pi!
https://youtu.be/KPYWNXiItwo

And another review! This time from TheRaspberryPiGuy! Thanks Matt!
https://youtu.be/TMjd0UrH2PY



R399.90  Inc VAT
Robotbit - robotics expansion board for micro:bit (Robotbit)
Decription:

Robotbit is a robotic expansion board specially designed for micro:bit by the KittenBot team.

It has a powerful ability to drive DC motors, stepper motors, and servos. It also comes with an onboard buzzer, four RGB pixels and releases all valid IO from micro:bit, with support for the most common electronics module in the market.

It comes with an 18650 battery holder, integrated lithium battery boost, charging and protection chip. Support for external power input. Mechanical support for a robotic chassis and LEGO technical slots.

For more details and tutorials please click here

micro:bit, 18650 battery and Kitty case not included, but we have them all on the store!

SUPPORTED SOFTWARE
  • Kittenblock (based on Scratch3.0)
  • Makecode and python(Mu editor in microbit mode)
HARDWARE INTERFACE



  1. 5V external power input(with anti-reverse protection)
  2. Power switch
  3. Power Indicator
  4. Battery Indicator
  5. Micro USB charging port
  6. 4-channel DC motor / 2-channel stepper motor
  7. Jumper for buzzer selection
  8. 8 channel IO(corresponding to Micro:bit P0-P2、P8、P12-P15)
  9. 5V and GND port
  10. Buzzer
  11. 8 channel servo port
  12. I2C interface (expandable I2C module)
  13. 18650 battery case
  14. Battery protection recovery push button
  15. Micro:bit edge connector
  16. 4x RGB pixel
  17. Servo driver (PCA9685)
  18. 2xDc/Stepper driver (DRV8833)
  19. KittenBot robot chassis mounting hole
  20. Standard LEGO hole
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 78mm x 57mm x 23mm
  • PCB Thickness: 1.5mm
  • Small mechanical hole: 3.0mm
  • Big mechanical hole: 4.8mm
  • Net weight (without packaging): 37.5g
  • 18650 battery voltage: 3.7V
  • USB input voltage: 5V
  • VM pin max output: 1A (with onboard battery)
  • External Voltage Input (the green terminal): 5V (only supports 5V input, do not connect over 5V, maximum current supports 3A)
R345.44  Inc VAT
R399.90
Resolute Robotics Beginner Stream - 4 In 1 Engineering And Computer Sciences Robotics Kit (resolute beginner kit)

Description

This package offers a year-long robotics course. The course commences with the fundamentals of robotics and coding as well as the importance of simulation.


 

Once the fundamentals are covered, students take part in a practical project where they’re required to build an automated hand sanitiser. An infra-red sensor will detect a hand and the system will discharge a small amount of soap or sanitiser. The second project in the course is a practical project called the Home Automation System. In this project, students will demonstrate the practical application of servo motors, temperature sensors, infrared sensors, fans, buzzers, lighting and a security system feature in a home automation system.

 

After completing these two practical projects, the course will introduce students to the world's most popular coding language: Python. Throughout the course, students will learn how to develop several applications such as Tic Tac Toe, Hangman and Pong. They’ll also be introduced to libraries such as Turtle to help grow their understanding of how programming works and how code is read by the computer.

OVERVIEW:

 

The Resolute Beginner’s Kit is a great way to get started in the world of robotics and coding. It includes all the components required to build projects like the Automated Hand Sanitiser, the Home Automation System and much more. There are also fun challenges to test the students’ understanding of what they’ve learned. This kit gives you access to an online platform where step-by-step video instructions are provided to help you learn and build with ease.





Additional Requirements:

  • Internet Connection
  • Laptop, PC or Mac
    • 1.4 GHz CPU or higher
    • Minimum of 10GB free storage on your device
  • Recycled Material (such as cardboard)
  • An Interest to Learn.

 

FEATURES:

  • Video-based learning for each project, task and concept taught in the course. 
  • Plug and play: No soldering required, build your circuit in minutes.

 

Components:

  • Arduino Uno
  • Digital Multimeter (9V Battery Banana to crocodile cable included)
  • Mini Screwdriver Set
  • DC Motor Water Pump
  • DC / DC Buck (LM2596)
  • Analog Temperature Sensor Module
  • Brushless Fan DC 5V
  • AC Power Supply
  • Reed sensor module (with Mini Magnets)
  • Tubing
  • Breadboard x 2
  • 20cm Male-to-Female Jumper Cable x 2
  • 65pcs Male-to-Male Jumper Wires x 2
  • MG90S Metal Gear Micro Servo x 2
  • Relay (5V 1 Channel Module) x 2
  • 9V Battery Button Power Cable x 2
  • USB Extension Cable
  • Active Buzzer x 2
  • Infrared Sensor x 4
  • Push-button Pack
  • Resistor Pack
  • Variable Resistor Pack
  • LED Pack
  • RGB LED x 2
  • Phototransistor
  • Extra wires (8 core solid wire) for Breadboard use




ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

https://youtu.be/rzSd97NkbEY


R3,795.00  Inc VAT
Advanced Stream - 4 in 1 Engineering and Computer Sciences Robotics Kit (resolute advanced kit)
Description

The course starts off with an introduction to the fundamentals of Arduino programming and electronic circuit theory fundamentals. Students will learn about simulation, sensors, automation and processing real-world data. They’ll get creative with a practical project like the Autonomous Line Following Car where an infrared sensor is used to detect a black line and the Arduino sends a set of instructions to the DC motors directing the car. 


 

Students will be challenged further by applying their programming and engineering skills to design and build an access control system. They’ll create their own security system by programming an RFID tag to automatically open a door, granting access to personnel only. Students will also learn to master the world's most popular coding language, Python. They’ll learn essential game development concepts such as controlling player and non-player sprites, implementing in-game physics and collision, object-oriented game design, randomization and artificial intelligence.



OVERVIEW:

 

The Resolute Advanced Kit is a great way for students to continue their robotics journey. It includes all the components needed to build a range of projects such as the Autonomous Line Following Car and Access Control using RFID tags. With a little bit of creativity, these components can be used to build hundreds of other projects. This kit gives you access to an online platform where step-by-step video instructions are given to help you learn and build with ease.

 

Additional Requirements:

  • Internet Connection
  • Laptop, PC or Mac
    • Minimum 4 GB of RAM
    • 1.4 GHz CPU or higher
    • Minimum of 10GB free storage on your device
  • Recycled Material (such as cardboard)
  • An Interest to Learn.



FEATURES:

  • Video-based learning for each project, task and concept taught in the course. 
  • Plug and play: No soldering required, build your circuit in minutes.

 

Components:

  • Arduino Uno x 2
  • Digital Multimeter (9V Battery Banana to crocodile cable included)
  • Mini Screwdriver Set
  • Smart Robot Car Chassis Kit
  • RFID Tag reader (MFRC-522 RC522) 
  • 2000mAh Power Bank
  • Breadboard x 2
  • 20cm Male-to-Female Jumper Cable x 2
  • 65pcs Male-to-Male Jumper Wires x 2 
  • MG90S Metal Gear Micro Servo x 3
  • Relay (5V 1 Channel Module) x 3
  • 9V Battery Button Power Cable 
  • USB Extension Cable
  • Active Buzzer 
  • Infrared Sensor x 5
  • Push-button Pack
  • Resistor Pack
  • Variable Resistor Pack
  • LED Pack
  • RGB LED
  • Phototransistor
  • Extra wires (8 core solid wire) for Breadboard use

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

https://youtu.be/cqVqC3JykdU


 

R4,025.00  Inc VAT
Kitronik Robotics Board for Raspberry Pi Pico (KT Robotics Board Pico)
Description:

Make the Raspberry Pi Pico the core of your new robotics project with the Kitronik Compact Robotics Board for Raspberry Pi Pico.

The Robotics Board features 2 Dual H Bridge Motor Driver ICs. These are capable of driving 2 standard motors or 1 stepper motor each, with full forward, reverse, and stop control. There are also 8 servo outputs, capable of driving standard and continuous rotation servos. They can all be controlled by the Pico using the I2C protocol, via a 16 channel driver IC. The IO break out provides connections to all the unused pins on the Pico. The 27 available I/O pins allow other devices, such as sensors or ZIP LEDs, to be added to the board.

Power is provided via either a terminal block or servo style connector. The supply is then controlled by an on/off power switch to the board and there is also a green LED to indicate when the board has power. The board then produces a regulated 3.3V supply which is fed into the 3V and GND connections to power the connected Pico. This removes the need to power the Pico separately. The 3V and GND pins are also broken out on the header, which means external devices can also be powered.

To use the robotics board, the Pico should be firmly inserted into the dual row pin socket on the board. Ensure the Pico is inserted with the USB connector at the same end as the power connectors on the robotics board. This will allow access to all of the board functions and each pin broken out.


Features :

  • A compact yet feature-packed board designed to sit at the heart of your Raspberry Pi Pico robotics projects.
  • The board can drive 4 motors (or 2 stepper motors), with full forward, reverse, and stop control, and 8 servos.
  • It also features 27 other I/O expansion points and Power and Ground connections.
  • The I2C communication lines are also broken out allowing other I2C compatible devices to be controlled.
  • Additionally, the board features an on/off switch and power status LED.
  • Power the board via either a terminal block or servo style connector.
  • The 3V and GND pins are broken out to solder pads, allowing external devices to be powered.
  • Code it with MicroPython via an editor such as the Thonny editor.

Specifications :

Supply VoltageNumber of Servo ChannelsNumber of Motor ChannelsServo / Motor VoltageMax Continuous Current (all Servos an Motors)Max Motor currentAdditional IOAdditional GNDAddional 3V3
3 - 10.8V
8
4 DC / 2 Stepper
Same as Supply Voltage
12 Amps
1.5A / Motor
26 (via solder pads)
8 (via solder pads)
7 (via solder pads)


What's in the box ?


1 x Kitronik Robotics Board (for Raspberry Pi Pico)









 (* Raspberry Pi And add ons are NOT included - ONLY the Robotics Board *)


(* Raspberry Pi And add ons are NOT included - ONLY the Robotics Board *)




(* Raspberry Pi And add ons are NOT included - ONLY the Robotics Board *)

R289.90  Inc VAT
DIY Wooden Robotic Dinosaur (DIY Robotic Dinosaur)
Description:

Get this kit to keep your kids occupied with hands-on activities while enjoying the "robot" crawling when it is completed. This DIY kit is simple enough to be built by 4 years old children, with parent's help. And children 6 years old and above can build it by themself! Let's them explore the fundamental mechanical structure of the mechanical machine, and the concept of electric motor :)

Your kids can always follow the video to build the robot or if you prefer the step by step guide in a document, we have also produced an instruction manual in English:




Note: Download the softcopy instruction manual (English) here

Note: Not suitable for children under 4 years old!

Features:

  • Do It Yourself wooden kit Crawling Robot for kids
  • Mimic Worm Crawling
  • Suitable for age 6 years old and above
  • Come with everything needed to assemble as a moving robot
  • Powered with two (2) AA-size batteries
  • No soldering is needed
  • Moveable or crawlable :)
  • Learn the basic structure of the simple robot

What's in the box ?

  • Wooden parts for the robot body structure
  • 1 x Small DC motor
  • 1 x 2xAA size battery holder with wires (Black and Red)
  • Some double-sided tape
  • Some screws

Resources:

R98.90  Inc VAT
Maker Drive: Simplifying H-Bridge Motor Driver for Beginner (maker drive h-bridge)
Description:

For full instructions see our blog

Brushed motor is the most widely used motor because it is easy to use. Just supply the two terminals with DC power, the motor will start rotating! If you want to control its speed and direction using a controller, usually you will use an L298N Motor Driver. But if you want an easy and beginner-friendly motor driver, you are on the right page! Maker Drive is designed for simplicity and with the beginner in mind!

Motor Driver for Beginner- Maker Drive

Maker Drive is not an Arduino Shield, but it is compatible with different models of Arduino main board such as:

Not to forget that it accepts 1.8V, 3.3V & 5V logic(for control) and is compatible with controllers such as Raspberry Pi, micro:bit, Raspberry Pi Pico, ESP etc.

Since you have Maker Drive, you will need suitable DC brushed motors besides the controller, right? So which motor is suitable for Maker Drive? Well, as long as the motor is...

  • DC Brush motor (Two Terminals)
  • Operating voltage from 2.5V to 9.5VDC
  • Rated Current ≤ 1.0A
  • Peak Current ≤ 1.5A

Example of suitable DC brush motor for Maker Drive (Not limit to):

These are the suggested power sources for Maker Drive:



Specifications:

  • Dual-channel, Bi-directional control motor driver
  • Support motor voltage from 2.5V to 9.5VDC
  • Maximum current up to 1.0A continuous and 1.5A peak (less than 5 seconds)
  • 5V Output (200mA) to power the controller.
  • Inputs compatible with 1.8V, 3.3V and 5V logic (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, etc).
  • Solid-state components provide faster response time and eliminate the wear and tear of mechanical relay
  • Regenerative Braking
  • Speed control PWM frequency up to 20KHz (Actual output frequency is the same as input frequency)
  • Dimension: 43mm(W) x 35mm (L) x 14mm (H)


What's in the box:

1 x Maker Drive board

Resources:

R69.90  Inc VAT
SC15 17kg Large Torque Programmable Serial Bus Servo (programmable serial servo)
Description:

SC15 Programmable Serial Bus Servo

Specifications

PRODUCT TYPESC15 serial bus servo
TORQUE[email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]
ROTATION ANGLE180° (servo mode angle control) / 360° (motor mode continuous rotation)
POS SENSOR RESOLUTION180° / 1024
MECHANICAL LIMITED ANGLENo Limit
OPERATING VOLTAGE4.8-8.4V
GEARhigh precision metal gear
IDLING SPEED0.18sec / 60°@4.8V 0.16sec / 60°@6V
ID RANGE0-253
BAUDRATE38400bps ~ 1Mbps
FEEDBACKPosition, Load, Speed, Input Voltage
IDLING CURRENT200 mA
STALLING CURRENT1700 mA

Application Examples
  • Servos will provide various feedback like position, speed, torque lock, operating mode (servo mode, servo motor mode, etc.) for advanced projects requiring closed-loop automatic control
  • Ideal choice for building quadruped robots, hexapod walkers, robotic arms and other robotic projects requiring multiple servos

* images here are for reference ONLY

UART Serial Bus Control

Up To 253 Servos Can Be Connected In Series At The Same Time



Note: though one channel UART is able to control up to 253 bus servos, due to the high power of the servos, it is necessary to consider whether the power supply solution is enough when using too many servos. The servo driver board is NOT included, please purchase separately if needed.
Large Torque

Up To 17kg.Cm Torque On 8.4V Voltage, Suitable For Building Quadruped Robots, Hexapod Walkers, Robotic Arms And Other Robotic Projects Requiring Multiple Servos


for reference only, the JETANK robot is NOT included.

Two-Way Feedback




The Servos Will Provide Various Feedback Like Position, Load, Speed, And Input Voltage,

In Real Time

Dual Modes: Servo Or Motor

precise rotation angle control, on servo mode

 

continuous rotation, on motor mode

 

Details Introduction

Nylon and fiberglass case
Improved heat-resistance, size stability, rigidity, and mechanical performance

 

High strength aluminum servo wheels
Using T6061 aluminum alloy, good corrosion-resistance

 

High precision copper and steel gears
Ingenious combination of the two, lower operating noise, better stability and mechanical performance

Outline Dimensions


PACKAGE CONTENT

Weight: 0.07 kg

  1. SC15 Servo x1



R359.90  Inc VAT
Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Platform (Buggy) for Pico (KT buggy for Pico)


The Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Platform Pico, a fun and hands-on introduction to Robotics with the Raspberry Pi Pico.

The Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Platform for Raspberry Pi Pico is a fun and hands-on introduction to buggy robotics. The easy to follow booklet provided with the kit guides you through all of the steps required for you to take control of your robot. The Robotics Platform has been designed to grow with you and provided additional servo and ultrasonic sensor connectors for more advanced projects. This buggy requires a Raspberry Pi Pico with pin headers attached, you can obtain a Raspberry Pi Pico with headers attached here.

The kit is supplied with the autonomous robotics platform chassis, 2 wheels and tyres, a Kitronik line-following sensor board, and an ultrasonic sensor. The kit requires no soldering and only minimal mechanical assembly. Fit the tyres to the wheels, push the wheels onto the pre-mounted motors and both the line following sensor and ultrasonic distance sensor plug straight into the board. Once put together, push the Raspberry Pi Pico into the onboard connector, add 4 x Alkaline AA batteries to the battery holders underneath and you are done. Your robot buggy is ready for instruction. 

The included booklet guides you through every step of getting to know your robot. It contains a detailed assembly guide, info on preparing the Raspberry Pi Pico, instructions for installing an editor (Thonny), and instructions on how to write code for every feature of the Robotics Platform. No corner of the board is left unexplained.

As well as the easy to follow getting started guide, we have also produced online tutorials which go into more detail on coding the key features of the board. The links to the tutorials can be found in the resources section at the foot of this page.

To help make programming the robot as simple as possible, Kitronik has developed a set of Micropython modules, which can be found here. More information on this can be found in the booklet supplied with the kit. If you aren't familiar with GIT, we've created an online beginners guide to help you get up to speed. You can find the guide here (https://kitronik.co.uk/GitGuide).


Features:

  • A fun and hands-on introduction to buggy robotics.
  • The Robotics Platform has been designed to grow with you, start small then add complexity later.
  • The kit ships with a detailed guide booklet backed up with freely available online tutorials.
  • The autonomous robotics platform introduces the user to light, movement, and sensing so the robot can be as hands-on or hands-off as want it to be.
  • Program your buggy to react to the world around it.
  • Learn to code with MicroPython, using our simple to follow guides and the beginner-friendly Thonny editor.
  • Just add the Raspberry Pi Pico, some alkaline batteries, and some code and watch your buggy come to life!
  • This buggy is not supplied with a Pico, you can obtain a Raspberry Pi Pico here.

What's in the box?

  • 1 x Autonomous robotics buggy chassis PCB.
  • 2 x Kitronik 5 spoke wheels and tyres.
  • 1 x Kitronik line following sensor board.
  • 1 x Ultrasonic Sensor.

Dimensions:

  • PCB Length: 126mm.
  • PCB Width: 80mm.
  • Wheel Diameter (with tire): 67.5mm.

Video: https://youtu.be/vPd4gt_Gt4U

Requires:

Resources:

R829.90  Inc VAT
Maker Pi RP2040 - Simplifying Robotics with Raspberry Pi RP2040 (Maker Pi RP2040 robotics)
Description:

Cytron Maker Pi RP2040 features the first microcontroller designed by Raspberry Pi - RP2040, embedded on a robot controller board. This board comes with dual channel DC motor driver, 4 servo motor ports and 7 Grove I/O connectors, ready for your next DIY robot / motion control project. Now you can build robot, while trying out the new RP2040 chip.

The DC motor driver onboard is able to control 2x brushed DC motors or 1x bipolar/unipolar stepper motor rated from 3.6V to 6V, providing up to 1A current per channel continuously. The built-in Quick Test buttons and motor output LEDs allow functional test of the motor driver in a quick and convenient way, without the need of writing any code. Vmotor for both DC and servo motors depends on the input voltage supplied to the board.



Features:

  • Powered by Rapberry Pi RP2040
    • Dual-core Arm Cortex-M0 processor
    • 264KB internal RAM
    • 2MB of Flash memory
    • the exact same specifications with Raspberry Pi Pico
  • Robot controller board
    • 4x Servo motors
    • 2x DC motors with quick test buttons
  • Versatile power circuit
    • Automatic power selection: USB 5V, LiPo (1-cell) or Vin (3.6-6V)
    • Built-in 1-cell LiPo/Li-Ion charger (over-charged & over-discharged protection)
    • Power on/off switch
  • 13x Status indicator LEDs for GPIO pins
  • 1x Piezo buzzer with mute switch
  • 2x Push button
  • 2x RGB LED (Neopixel)
  • 7x Grove ports (flexible I/O options: digital, analog, I2C, SPI, UART...)
  • Preloaded with CircuitPython by default
  • Mouting holes
    • 4x 4.8mm mounting hole (LEGO® pin compatible)
    • 6x M3 screw hole

What's in the box ?

  • 1x Maker Pi RP2040
  • 4x Grove to Female Header Cable
  • 1x Mini Screwdriver
  • 1x Silicone Rubber Feet (Pack of 4)

Resources:



Powering the Maker Pi 2040

There are three ways to supply power to the Maker Pi RP2040 - via USB (5V) socket, with a single cell LiPo/Li-Ion battery or through the VIN (3.6-6V) terminals. However only one power source is needed to power up both controller board and motors at a time. Power supply from all these power sources can all be controlled with the power on/off switch onboard.




Maker Pi RP2040 features all the goodness of Cytron's Maker series products. It too has lots of LEDs useful for troubleshooting (& visual effects), is able to make quite some noise with the onboard piezo buzzer and comes with push buttons ready to detect your touch.






Simple Robotic projects done

(* Only includes the Maker board - All other contents are for idea / advertising purposes only*)












R209.90  Inc VAT
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