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March Robot Giveaway to Celebrate GoRobotics’ 10th Birthday

Posted on March 13, 2010

By William Cox & filled under Industry, RobotShop.

It’s that time again! Time for the March celebration of GoRobotics’ 10th Birthday. We’re once again giving away fabulous robot prizes to 3 lucky winners. Previous contests have been great, and we’re excited to be doing it again with prizes from our sponsors Pololu, Super Droid Robots, Zagros Robotics, Solarbotics and No Starch Press. There [...]
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... range of electronics am I better off using? PIC? Arduino? BasicAtom? Pololu Orangutan? Phidgets? They all seem completely different! PIC seems like you have to do an awful ...
2011-05-30 10:58 by Xeon
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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
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2011-02-07 09:15 by jack_lai
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... This month we're giving away $250 worth of prizes from our sponsors Pololu, Super Droid Robots, Zagros Robotics, Solarbotics and No Starch Press. 1st Place Prize – Orangutan B-328 Robot Controller (donated by Pololu), 2x 24V 195 RPM Gear Motors (donated ...
2010-03-15 11:16 by gallamine
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I am leaning more to Pololu 3pi robot. I should purchase one to test it out. For the preliminary test, i need ... Pololu 5" Robot Chassis RRC04A Solid Blue, $8 Pololu Orangutan LV-168 Robot Controller (+ Pololu Orangutan USB programmer, $28), $53 OR Pololu ...
2009-09-16 18:16 by stormingrobots
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... I should purchase from your list on the website. Questions: 1) if using Pololu 3pi Robot USB Programmer and Cable Combo, I still have to look for ... Duemilanove (2009) , or Pololu controller ⋅ Orangutan USB programmer ⋅ USB7 6 Digit LED Display Kit ⋅ Where ...
2009-09-16 11:50 by stormingrobots
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I'm still going nuts over this, i've completely ruled out the pololu servo controllers. I want to use sensors in the future so this wouldn't ... atom pro, and then control it with hservo? They work with the Pololu Orangutan and the Arduino (both based on the atmega 168/328 MC's) I figured ...
2009-06-25 10:29 by Fallentine
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... - not 3. So I was wondering if I would require something like the Pololu Micro Serial 8 Servo Controller ? This seems to be ideal for my application ... me to control 3 (not 2 - otherwise, I'd have considered the Pololu Baby Orangutan Robot Controller B-168 ) servo motors. Or is there some simple ...
2008-09-17 09:51 by Dorian Tsai
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Your Orangutan can work with anything we sell basically. The Atmega168 on it is quite versatile. Use the 8 general purpose I/O ports for communicating with the Sabertooth. Perhaps set one port as a UART and send "simplified serial" command packets to the Sabertooth.
2008-09-02 14:42 by Jbrunet
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Thanks for your reply! When using what you call a standalone motor controller; would this controller be interacted with using the Orangutan? I'm guessing using one of the Analog/Digital I/O lines would be the way to control the controller...right? I've been looking at the Dimension Engineering ...
2008-09-02 13:50 by Effe_Be
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Hi eveyone, I'm building a mobile robot, starting with the Pololu Orangutan LV-168 microcontroller. I understand that this microcontroller has 2 motor drivers, but ...
2008-08-31 10:20 by Effe_Be
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Hello 710 mL Cola, I'm reading over the documentation for the baby Pololu Orangutan (B-168), and it sounds to be just about the best controller for my project. However, ...
2008-07-29 21:41 by Dorian Tsai
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... (two for L/R, one to pivot the motors up and down). Consider using the Pololu Orangutan (which has two motor controllers built in, and you do not need to attach the pin ...
2008-07-29 10:16 by 710mL Cola
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... is also really a matter of choice and required processing power. The Pololu Baby Orangutan for example is actually marketed for hacking of small toys. It incorporates the microcontroller ...
2008-04-06 12:23 by Jbrunet
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