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    Cleaning the Workshop Part2

    Alright guys Im trying to get rid of stuff that I dont use that I thought might be useful to someone here.

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    Parallax board of education with a BS2 $60.00

    Parallax BS2 $25.00 ***Sold***
    ParallaxBS2P24 $40.00
    Pictured Togehter

    SFR-08 Ultar Sonic $40.00
    Link Has Details http://www.acroname.com/robotics/parts/R145-SRF08.html
    Mounted on a bracket with Hitec servo horn also has wire soldered and header pin female jacks

    Battery charger with power supply $55.00
    Hobbico MK2 Field charger
    Radio Shack POwer Supply 13.8Volts 3 amp
    Plus a Banna cord. Cord can be cut in half to make the two leads to charge battery.
    All the is needed is to solder your own battery connections you use.
    Charges NiCd,HiMH,Li-ion

    Hitec HFP-10 Servo Tester $60.00
    One mod made I removed the battery so I could power it of my power supply.
    Does not have the chargable battery inside.

    Firgelli actuators $40.00
    Includes a .100 break out board
    I will cut the breakout up picture just shows the strip of eight
    I have 5 of the force type + 1 that has leads solder off it
    I have 2 of the speed type.
    www.firgelli.com


    Shipping included

    Paul
    Last edited by Quantum; 02-05-2009 at 11:43 AM.

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    Re: Cleaning the Workshop

    Pm sent re: Hex kit
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    Re: Cleaning the Workshop

    Some new stuff

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    Re: Cleaning the Workshop

    I'm in for the breadboards. Already got my first stuff.. Looks great! Thanks!

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    Re: Cleaning the Workshop

    Hey Quantum,

    I received the box of parts for the Hexapod kit on Friday. Thanks for shipping so fast, I got the box a lot quicker than anticipated. They were exactly what I was looking or and I'm excited about new projects! Thanks man!

    Are those Firgelli actuators driven like servos?
    Last edited by jes1510; 02-01-2009 at 08:20 PM.
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    Re: Cleaning the Workshop

    Your processor needs to read the resistance from them. More like a h-bridge circuit would work along with feedback to your chip. That way you know the postion its at.

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