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  • Lynxmotion Mini Atom Bot Board V2
    It is working well.
    Review by Rob
    Works very well with the BAP28, didn't have much luck with the BS2P24, but lots of support there for it if your a noob like me :)
    (Posted on 8/19/14)
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Guide to the Power Supply Options for Lynxmotion Controllers

Posted on September 12, 2013

By Jeffrey Arcand & filled under Electronics.

The Lynxmotion BotBoarduino, Bot Board II, and SSC-32 are known as great controllers, but some people get confused about VL, VS, and their different configurations. Well, here it is: the definitive Guide to the Power Supply Options for the Lynxmotion Controllers! Before going into the specifics of the controllers, let’s first cover some background information. [...]
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How to Make a Robot – Lesson 10: Programming Your Robot

Posted on June 29, 2012

By Coleman Benson & filled under Arduino Tutorials, How To Make a Robot, Software and Apps.

Lessons Menu: Lesson 1 – Getting Started Lesson 2 - Choosing a Robotic Platform Lesson 3 - Making Sense of Actuators Lesson 4 - Understanding Microcontrollers Lesson 5 - Choosing a Motor Controller Lesson 6 – Controlling your Robot Lesson 7 - Using Sensors Lesson 8 - Getting the Right Tools Lesson 9 - Assembling a Robot Lesson 10 - Programming a Robot Programming is usually [...]
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Basics: How Do I Choose a Microcontroller?

Posted on February 20, 2012

By Coleman Benson & filled under Where to Start.

For a beginner, choosing the right microcontroller may seem like a daunting task, especially considering the range of products, specifications and potential applications. There are many different microcontroller boards available on the market: Arduino; BasicATOM; BasicX; Blueroomelectronics; POB Technology; Parallax. Pololu; Miscellaneous (Robotics Connection, New Micros, Rogue Robotics) and many more. Unless you plan to [...]
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How to Make a Robot – Lesson 4: Understanding Microcontrollers

Posted on October 12, 2010

By Coleman Benson & filled under Electronics, How To Make a Robot.

Lessons Menu: Lesson 1 – Getting Started Lesson 2 - Choosing a Robotic Platform Lesson 3 - Making Sense of Actuators Lesson 4 - Understanding Microcontrollers Lesson 5 - Choosing a Motor Controller Lesson 6 – Controlling your Robot Lesson 7 - Using Sensors Lesson 8 - Getting the Right Tools Lesson 9 - Assembling a Robot Lesson 10 - Programming a Robot What is a [...]
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Robotics Glossary

Posted on May 30, 2005

By William Cox & filled under Uncategorized.

A glossary of robotics terms. [ A B C D E F G H I J K L M More Page 2 ] A: Actuator: something that moves. i.e. Robotic hand, motor Android: Humanlike robot. AI: Artificial intelligence. Attempting to emulate intelligence in living beings. A/D: Analog to digital. Coverts voltage to discrete value. Ampere: [...]
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... of PC eventually. RIOS exports to the Bot Board II with a Basic Stamp 2, or Atom/pro to send to the SSC-32. Made a hasty decision and ordered a BasicX 24 when i ordered the Bot Board II after seeing ( Pin for Pin ) "drop-in replacement" (my fault) Can RIOS export the BasicX code or ...
2014-02-19 23:15 by JoeBona
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Can't I do anything?
Because Robotshop says:"Excels with the Basic Atom or Basic Atom Pro, accepts all BS2, OOPic-C or BasicX microcontrollers"
Should I ask robotshop what to do?
2011-08-09 04:45 by -Roboxx-
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Hi Benson

From following microcontrollers, which I can use c language ?
32 Bit Microcontroller
Arduino
BasicATOM
BasicX
NanoCore
Parallax
PICAXE
Pololu Orangutan
Miscellaneous
2011-02-07 09:15 by jack_lai
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... human interface, relaying telemetry to the laptop. I would like a compass module for heading info. Devantech and Parralax seem to be geared for BasicX and Stamp. Could the parallax hmc6352 compass modulel be used on the I2C of the Arduino?
2010-09-16 00:01 by ToolMaker
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I have worked with BasicX-24 long time ago and if I remember correctly, this microcontroller offer multitasking OS

http://www.robotshop.us/netmedia-basicx-24-microcontroller.html

Easy to work with :cool:
2009-09-17 22:11 by cameleon
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... the SCC-32. Now, the bot board is just connected to the serial port for minimizing the problem. 2. My serial cable-9pins is came along with the BasicX Development Station packet so i think it is good enough rite? 3. I tried to connect on another computer as you sugguested but still the same ...
2009-09-03 18:27 by rainnydayx
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I used the serial port. I could program with BASICX software (.bxp) but not the BASICMICRO ATOM IDE or studio.
2009-09-03 17:26 by rainnydayx
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... power is connected 3. Serial cable is connected to a PC with winXP There is another interested point is that the bot board could be progamed by BASICX 2.10 software (.bxp extention). But I want to program with (.bas extention) so i used BasicMicro IDE but no way to connect them. Is it posible ...
2009-09-03 16:40 by rainnydayx
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... with the botboard, without a module, it would save me a good chunk of money. Budget is max $230+SH. Otherwise my other solution is, Botboard 2, BASICX-24 (RB-Bat-04) , and a cheaper TTL Serial DUAL motor controller attached to the botboard, they cost about the same (Actually a dollar cheaper) ...
2009-06-23 05:25 by Fallentine
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... you know you are looking for something programmable with minimal soldering). There is a section within each with regard to programming language. BasicX does not make any kit comparable to these. Hope this helps,
2009-01-21 13:05 by CBenson
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I'm fairly new to robotics, I made a solarbot once but I think I prefer programming a robot in C or BasicX. I'm wondering what is the best affordable programmable kit that you guys have worked with - I'm interested in something with collision detection sensors and a C or ...
2009-01-21 12:04 by shayne
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... the Netmedia LCD screen (2x16) through Arduino, but it's impossible. Could you tell me if there is a solution or if this screen is only made for BasicX applications? I can't even send a simple "Hello world" to the screen. Please help me... :(
2008-12-07 22:42 by opusincertum
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Hey guys check this out, a website called basicx dot com has a servo called GWS S06STD Size 1.60" Long x 0.79" Wide x 1.69" Tall Weight 1.69 oz 60° Rotation Speed 0.33 seconds @ 4.8v (0.27 seconds @ 6.0v) Torque 100 oz-in @ 4.8v (111 oz-in ...
2008-12-01 13:31 by LikWidChz
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... in the BasicAtom selection, it is best to purchase a development board , which includes power regulation and a small solderless breadboard. BasicX If you are new to microcontrollers and interested in the BasicX selection, it is best to purchase a development station , which includes power ...
2008-04-29 12:51 by CBenson
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... system. The choice of microcontroller depends mainly on your ability to program it. There are some better suited to beginners (Arduino, BasicATOM, BasicX, etc.) and some that are more advanced (PIC, AVR, etc.). That is also really a matter of choice and required processing power. The Pololu Baby ...
2008-04-06 12:23 by Jbrunet
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