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When dealing with several servomotors and an extra number of outputs is needed to operate your robot (to control Hexana, for instance), a practical solution is to use a serial controller such as the Mini Maestro from Pololu. Prerequisite: Programming on Raspberry Pi,...read more
One of the main objectives in robotics is to make things move on their own. To give motion to a robot, electrical motors are oftenly used such as direct current (DC) motors especially for mobile robots. In this tutorial, we will see how to control such a motor using...read more
Steppers are used when high precision is required with open-loop control. We'll see how to program your Raspberry Pi to control a stepper motor. Prerequisite: Programming with Raspberry Pi Material Screen HDMI cable Keyboard Raspberry PI 3 (with OS on micro SD) Mouse...read more
You can find here the available Sensors with their dimensions and technical characteristics. Click on a picture to display the details. If you want to add a Sensor in our data base, please send us a mail with the brand and the reference. List of Sensor PICAMV2...read more
You can find here the available Servomotors with their dimensions and technical characteristics. Click on a picture to display the details. If you want to add a Servomotor in our data base, please send us a mail with the brand and the reference. List of...read more
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