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Data Storage

Data Storage modules are great for recording data directly on a robot. There are SD adapters, Flash and EEPROM modules, and also smart cards.


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  • Data Logging Shield for Arduino
    Great shield documentation could be better
    Review by North90
    Great shield to use arduino as an datalogger.
    Documentation is minimal, so you should be comfortable with figuring most out yourself
    (Posted on 4/7/14)
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MyRobots Now Officially Free, Watch its New Intro Video

Posted on June 03, 2013

By RB1 & filled under Entertainment.

The MyRobots.com cloud monitoring service is officially FREE! All references to the initial token system (where payment would be required for data transfer) were removed on May 31st. This means that the current data transfer and storage service will remain free for all. Additionally, we noted that the concept of a “social network for robots” [...]
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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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What’s NXT: About the NXT Brick’s Firmware

Posted on May 24, 2006

By William Cox & filled under Industry.

What’s NXT is a bi-weekly column written by Jim Kelly at The NXT Step Blog. Jim writes about LEGO Mindstorms NXT and all the cool news related to it. I received an email recently requesting information about the NXT Intelligent Brick’s Firmware update process and any other feedback the Brick provided.  Glad you asked… The [...]
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Review of the SGX-120L LCD Screen

Posted on May 29, 2005

By William Cox & filled under Reviews.

Review of the SGX-120L LCD Screen Recently I was able to get a hold of a Scott Edward’s SGX-120L Serial Graphics display on sale for $80 (reg. $100). Unfortunately, it’s not mine, but the company I work for, so I can’t put it on a robot. The basic specs. on it are as follows: (from [...]
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Taking Care of Your Robots Power Source

Posted on May 29, 2005

By William Cox & filled under Electronics.

One of the single most expensive components that go to make up an amateur mobile robot is its power source. Of course, I’m speaking of the batteries that supply the current necessary to power motors, sensors and processors on board the robot (unless any of you have worked the bugs out of cold fusion, we’ll [...]
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... USB port on an Android, you get your gyroscope, accelerometer, GPS, a data connection, and more than enough processing power, depending on which ... even use the phone's camera for some low quality aerial photography and storage. Additionally, one of the ideas I noted, was between GPS, a data ...
2014-07-14 19:04 by ocdtrekkie
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... This would be done by using scanArea(&pan, -45, 45, 10). Servo data is defined in a data structure for each servo. The sensor readings are ... readings are stored in an array, of up to 36 readings. This is enough storage for readings every 5 degrees of a 180 degree arc. You can see the ...
2014-03-13 19:25 by linuxguy
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... new code (Arduino Mega ADK): Sketch uses 40,238 bytes (15%) of program storage space. Maximum is 258,048 bytes. Global variables use 4,340 bytes ... memory needs will increase slightly each time I add a new sensor data variable to the AreaScanReading struct, but that shouldn't impact things ...
2014-02-21 08:22 by linuxguy
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... broken the code into three routines and am storing the sound sample data in a struct. I'm using an array of struct for data storage and am using loops to process everything. It's very fast! My Arduino navigation code ...
2013-12-28 17:40 by linuxguy
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... 1 x USB Type A Male (White) Serial 1 x DB-9 Male (Silver) Printer N/A Data Transfer Rate Up to 230 KBps Cable Length 35cm LEDs Data Transfer / ... USB Specification USB compliant Environment Operating Temp. 5-40˚C /td> Storage Temp. -20-60˚C Humidity 0~80% RH, Non-condensing Physical Properties ...
2013-07-23 05:03 by matthewtreagus
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... and very complex programs can be used without worrying about memory and storage limitations. Here's how my A4WD is currently outfitted: (1) Sabertooth ... Arduino Uno with relay shield and its own Xbee communication link for data logging and Motorola FV300 TalkAbout for two-way speech. 437 I should ...
2012-09-08 12:09 by RoboWarrior
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... No, no, no, no, and seriously, no. I don't need continuous controller data, I don't need memory storage & recall, nothing. Contact open, contact closed...that's it. It's even low-current ...
2012-04-11 14:37 by Habious
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... with the encoders for just that purpose. I figured it would be a lot of storage but that just leaves us room to grow. I am looking forward to adding ... at least for now I figured it would give us a way to have it collect data that could be easily copied and analyzed. I will certainly post videos ...
2012-03-07 16:57 by csystems
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... connect. Also, I wanted to use the breakout DF Robot SDCard Adapter as data storage. The idea being it will remember items like where it started, where it moved too, sensor ...
2012-03-07 15:02 by csystems
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... (from Futurlec). I have an SD card reader (also Futurlec) for insane storage of data (up to 2G). Add in a pair of IR motion detectors (Sparkfun). Some 434 and 834 transceivers ...
2011-12-19 16:36 by kdwyer
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... The EEW and EER commands are used to write and read external EEPROM data. In order for these commands to be used, an EEPROM chip must be installed ... used for testing is a Microchip 24LC256-I/P which has 32768 bytes of storage. Other I2C serial EEPROMs with comparable pinout should work, but ...
2011-03-04 15:49 by Robot Dude
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... LCD in 4bit mode. There's even a Micro SD Card socket on board for data storage and maybe even running scripts.
2011-01-17 18:55 by mam309
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... complex and convoluted, but a bit tricky. I plan on using EEPROM storage for speech data. Transmission speed shouldn't be a problem, speech isn't rigidly time-metered. Hey, don't ...
2010-09-20 19:33 by kdwyer
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The Stalker is a microcontroller in itself. It is basically the same thing as an Arduino but it has extra features such as an XBee port for data telemetry and a button cell battery holder for uninterrupted operation. This two features are usually very useful in sensor network nodes and data-logging ...
2010-09-20 08:32 by Carlitos
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So this is a kind of expansion board for one of the microcontroller boards? I'm not clear on this.
2010-09-17 19:48 by icancanu
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