Шасси Magician v2 - 3 Колесное Шасси Робота с приводом от двигателя постоянного тока + Аксессуары

Бестселлер
42759992
1 623 ₽
  • Доставка из Германии
  • Продавец DESTE FZ LLC
  • Почта России 21 октября
  • Стоимость доставки заказа от 833 ₽

Характеристики

Общие характеристики

Шасси - колеса
2
Тип шасси
wheel
Шасси + привод
yes
Chassis + driver
no
EAN
6952581610007

Вес и размеры

Вес
2.8 кг

Свойства

Тип
Конструктор

Описание

Description

Magician chassis is a platform for building a robot made by Dagu company. Included are two DC motors with wheels with a diameter of 65 mm. In the front there is a metal ball caster. The chassis components are made of acrylic, have mounting holes allowing you to install all the sensors, controllers (includingthe Arduino,Baby Orangutan, Raspberry Pi) and others. This version has additional mounting sensor, ultrasonic distance sensor and IR sensor.

The subject of the sale is the chassis itself.The distance sensormust be purchased separately.

In order to start the robot, it is sufficient to assemble the platform, screw on the motor, install the wheels and add any robot controller (e.g.Arduino UnowithMotor Shield). The power source can be 5 AA batteries, battery conatiner is supplied. In our offer we also havesensorsthat can extend the robot's capabilities.

Set includes
  • Two mounting platform
  • Two wheels with tires with a diameter of 65 mm
  • Two DC motors with gearboxes
  • Metal ball caster
  • Metal and plastic components
  • Container for the batteries (5 x AA) with female connector

Set requires self-assembly,manualincluded.

Specification
  • Voltage motor power supply: max. 6 V
  • Torque: 0.8 kg*cm (0.78 Nm)
  • Gearbox: 1:48
  • Engine speed with no load: 90 +/- 10 rpm
  • Consumption current of motor without load: 190 mA (250 mA max.)
  • The current consumption of the engine at the fixed shaft 1, And
  • Wheels:
    • Diameter: 65 mm
    • Width: 30 mm
    • Plastic wheels with rubber tyres
  • Design size: 110 x 174 mm

Our range there is also akit for making RedBots.

Useful links
  • Documentation of the motor
  • User manual RedBot Kit
  • Instructions for chassis mounting
  • The Arduino library in GitHub