Hello. I am trying to operate the MG1501 rc servo from an mbed controller pin which provides 3.3V but it is not working. I previously tried same with
Hello All! I have been lurking for a while and I am about to start off on my first real robotics project. I am just starting the planning phase right
This idea, like many, I am sure, has evolved from a simple idea - maybe I have gotten carried away? I am shopping for 8-10 acres of land now and was
Thought I would grab a thread here at Trossen and show some of the work I've been doing. As you can see I like tracks. Wheels are good but a robot with
i had my xbees working fine and all of a sudden they stopped working. one is on my robot and the other is on the usb explorer board. I read the one on
I am looking to find a minimum of 4 AX series (-12 variants or -18 variants) for a somewhat affordable price.
I have a budget of $50-$60
I didn't know those things. I can add encoders easily enough once I find a good source, but I don't know the first thing about a Kinect, including where
If your bot is big enough you can carry a NUC, a keyboard, mouse, and a small screen. I bought one from Adafruit which is supposed to be the same screen
I know very little about farming so please forgive me if I'm wrong. I've always thought that plows needed to be heavy to break up the dirt correctly.
Thank you for those last views. The metal and acrylic combinations are beautifully designed and executed. Also it gives us s view of the bot on the left,
i used the same adapter for both xbees and only the 1 got hot so it cant be the adapter. I also visually checked the hot xbee and nothing seems out of
Yeah, just trying to see if there was something out there before I went ahead with working with the code you posted to fake them with HS-311's for HS
I agree with Kevin, this is strange. Which USB adapter ? Can it be set to 5v, like I think the Seeedstudio version? If it were me I would check for
man this sucks... It was originally on the arbotix yes, but i didnt notice it getting hot on there. I only noticed it getting hot when i put it on the
The xbee on the arbotix correct? XBees run at 3.3 volts. I've never heard of them getting even warm. Any chance you could give us more details of your