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  • Small Metal Ball Caster (MQBALL)
    Small Metal Ball Caster

    This is a kit to make a small caster as used in Agobo, PicoBot and CrumbleBot Mk1

    The kit includes:
    • A 3/8" metal ball
    • 4 small bearings
    • White ABS housing
    • 2 x screws
    Total height of the assembly is 14mm

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    £2.00
  • DFrobot Pirate 4WD Chassis (PIRATE)
    • 4 x Micro-Geared motors (ready built - simply bolt to the frame)
    • 4 wheels with rubber tyres (65mm diameter)
    • Aluminium frame
    • Plates on top and bottom of main chassis - room for battery pack within the chassis
    • Additional large plate with servo hole. Ideal for mounting our 2 DOF Pan and Tilt set - see >>HERE<<
    • Smaller front or rear plate for mounting fixed sensors
    • 3 Mounting plates for InfraRed obstacle sensors. Ideal for our Infrared sensors >>HERE<<
    • Switch, power jack and wiring provided
    • All plates include multiple holes for mounting sensors, arms, etc.
    • Motor Voltage 3 - 12V (7.5V battery pack included)
    • Motor Stall current at 6V: 480mA (each motor)
    • Motor Operating current at 6V: 71mA (each motor, no load)
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    £29.95
  • Sensor Shield for Beetle Wearable Microcontroller (BTLSHLD)

    Sensor Shield for Beetle Microcontroller

    NB. This shield does NOT fit the new BLE version of the Beetle

    The Beetle shield is designed to attach a Beetle controller for easy connection of servos and sensors

    This Beetle microcontroller fits directly onto the shield, but require some soldering to fix it firmly in place.

    See the images for attachment information
     

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    £3.50
  • 65mm Metallic Wheels for Robot Car (Pair) (WHL65R/S)
    A Pair of high quality 65mm diameter wheels with adaptors for standard gear motors

    Available in either Red metallic or Silver metallic (select)

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    £7.00
  • DFRobot Insect Bot - Arduino-based Complete Kit (DFRINSECT)
    The Insect Bot mini is an easy to assemble robot for young engineers from 6 to 100 years. With assembling this robot you will learn the basic robotics in terms of how all the components work together. There is a microcontroller which is working as the robot brain and two servo motors for the movement. The IR sensor on it's head will act as an eye to detect obstacles in front. The programming can be done by simply connecting the Beetle controller with the USB port on your computer. It is the best way to start building robot on Arduino.



    Assembling parts

    The brain of Insectbot is "world’s smallest Leonardo", a.k.a. Beetle. It is ideal for DIY projects, wearable projects and etc. Its body is made up of two 9-gram servos powered by a rechargable 3.7V LiPo battery. Its eyes are an infrared sensor to detect obstacles. It requires no special tools except a soldering iron, scissors, screwdriver, pliers. You can decorate your Insectbot Mini to give him a unique, cute or funny Christmas outfit. We also provide a step-by-step instruction to help you assemble it.

    Beetle and Beetle Shield

     

    Programming for Insectbot

    We provide 3 programming languages for you such as Ardublock, Mind+ and Arduino IDE. For beginners, you can program it simply by dragging and dropping pre-designed blocks visa visual programming softwares Ardublock and Mind+. For advanced DIYers, you also modify Arduino IDE for your liking.

    Programming Insectbot with Ardublock

     

    Programming Insectbot with Arduino IDE 

     

    Part list:

    • 1x    Beetle (Arduino compatible)
    • 1x    Beetle Shield
    • 2x    9g Micro Servo
    • 1x    Sharp IR Sensor
    • 1x    LiPo Battery 3.7V/ 180mAh + Charger
    • 2x    Steel Wire 200mm x 1 mm
    • 1x    ABS Sheet (50x50mm)
    • 1x    Double Sided Foam Tape(L/W/H:40x30x3mm)
    • 5x    Cable Tie 1.8x100mm
    • 1x    Cable Tie 4x200mm

     

    Document

     
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    £26.65
  • 3 x AA Battery Holder with Micro-USB Connector (BBOX3AAU)
    This neat little unit enables you to use 3 AA alkaline batteries to power a 5V system such as an Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Although the nominal voltage of 3 x AA is 4.8V, this is sufficient for most systems to operate.
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    £1.95
  • Electric Shuttlecock Soldering Kit (SHUTTLE)

    INTRODUCTION

    Playing shuttlecock has been a traditional leisure activity in China, in which players try to keep a weighted shuttlecock in the air using their feet, shin, knee without using the hands. According to study, the first form of shuttlecock playing was discovered during the Spring and Autumn Period, which was over 2000 years ago. Now, this traditional game has evovled and is played on a court similar to badminton and volleyball, or be played artistically, among a circle of players in a street or park, showing off their amazing skills of body controlling. In recent years, the game has gained a formal following in Europe, the United States, and elsewhere across the globe.
        
    This Creator-4Shuttlecock kit combines the traditional shuttlecock making, and brings it to a new level of creativity by packing lighting and sensing modules into it. Kids will not only have fun hand making and playing this kit, but also learn the very basics of electronics and physical interactions.

    Notice:
     
    1. This product contains small parts, which is not suitable for children under 6 years of age.
    2. Comes with CR1220 batteries.
    3. There is a certain dangerous nature with soldering. Minors must be accompanied by the parents to solder the component.
     

    SPECIFICATION

    •  Height: 16cm (Assembled)
    •  Weight: 22g
    •  Battery: 2* CR2012 button battery(3-3.6V)
    •  Stand-by time: 20 days
    •  Package size: 24cm*13cm*1cm

    DOCUMENTS

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    • Electric Shuttlecock Kit (CR1220 Battery Included)    x1
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    £7.95
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