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Robot Sensors

Robot Sensors are what robots need to know the world around them. Here you will find tons of Robot Sensors including ultrasonic, temperature & humidity, force and a lot more to increase your Robot awareness!


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  • Maxbotix I2CXL-MaxSonar-EZ4 High Performance Sonar
    Amazing Sonar!!!
    Review by Alvaro
    I use it in multirotor applications and due its comunicacion is through I2C port, it is less affected by the interferences of my motors and wiring, I recommend it.
    (Posted on 10/14/14)
  • Adafruit Thermocouple Amplifier
    Plug and Play
    Review by Daniel
    The unit was easy to interface and seem to be very accurate. There is no noise on the measures and the offset is close to non existent. The drivers were easy to use and allow multiple board to be used on any pin.
    (Posted on 10/7/14)
  • RPLIDAR 360° Laser Scanner
    Great product that delivers on all fronts
    Review by Raymond
    It's easy to judge the hardware as good or bad but the software, both drivers and example client code, are where products like this usually evade QA and reviewers. I was really happy to see that the drivers and SDK all just worked and the reference implementations were clear enough that I was able to get my own C application up and running in less than 3 hours.

    Performance is good, at first I was made nervous by the highly mechanical aspect of this: whirring, spinning things with belts tend to be fragile, but it's been running for days now without any problems.
    (Posted on 10/2/14)
  • Sharp GP2Y0A710K0F IR Range Sensor - 100 to 550cm
    I truly recommend it
    Review by Mario V
    It works great, it has a very long range, for the price an money, good choice.
    (Posted on 9/29/14)
  • ENC300CPR Easy Roller 300 CPR Quadrature Encoder
    Good Accuracy and sturdiness
    Review by Víctor
    This Encoder have lovely accuracy(in my proyect its reading a low RPM gear). The gear shaft is descentered and still reads perfectly. I was worried about at the begining that if i didn´t emplace perfectly the encoder it couldn´t works but it is surprisingly sturdiness (it still reads after i accidentaly moved the whole base). Secondly, the bringing wires are made of aluminium... and the bonding system to emplace the encoder needs extra glue.
    (Posted on 9/28/14)
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Phidgets Lesson 1: Installing Phidgets Drivers

Posted on October 17, 2014

By Kat Dornian & filled under Phidgets Tutorials.

  Phidgets are easy to use sensors and controllers for programmers. After just a bit of coding, you’ll have your computer connected to the real world via an assortment of sensors as well as motors, relays, remote control, RFID, LEDs and more! But first, you’ll need to get the drivers installed, and luckily, it will take less [...]
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RobotShop Acquires FlyingEinstein’s Technology and Releases the Quadrino Nano

Posted on October 07, 2014

By RB1 & filled under Lynxmotion, RobotShop, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.

RobotShop announced the acquisition of the technology behind Flying Einstein LLC, a manufacturer based in Florida which designs and produces flight controllers for UAVs and drones. The first product, released today on pre-order, is the Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano Drone/UAV Flight Controller (with GPS). Ever since the new Lynxmotion UAV subdivision was created, we noticed that [...]
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iCLEBO Arte Robot Vacuum Promotion

Posted on September 23, 2014

By Julie Gendron & filled under Consumer Robotics, Domestic, Vacuum.

RobotShop is offering a promotion on the iCLEBO Arte Robot Vacuum while supplies last. With the puchase of this robot you will receive a free accessory package including 2 Microfiber Mops, 10 HEPA Filters and 2 Side Brushes (L and R). This is a $50 value and comes absolutely free with purchase on top of the standard accessories [...]
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Litter-Robot II Basic Troubleshooting Guide

Posted on September 17, 2014

By Julie Gendron & filled under Domestic, Pet Care.

For those who have been enjoying the Litter-Robot automatic self cleaning litter box for a few months or a few years, you know that this is a great product that has very few issues. But, it is a robot with sensors etc. that can fail with usage. We do have tricks and things to verify [...]
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Leap Motion Controller and Advanced Human Input Devices

Posted on July 07, 2014

By Coleman Benson & filled under Electronics, Research, Telepresence.

Leap Motion Gesture Controller RobotShop recently received samples of the new Leap Motion gesture input device and see incredible potential for use with manipulating virtual objects as well as for control or physical robots. When you first see the Leap Motion device on its own, it’s almost impossible to know what it does. This little [...]
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... here are some suggestions. We just released the Pre-Order of our Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano. It's an Arduino based platform that includes sensors for Drone flight. It's also MultiWii compatible so that means there is something to load in if you want to use it. Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano ...
2014-10-09 12:05 by DiaLFonZo
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... as horizontally 180° as vertically 45°. As I understand I have to use gyro sensor for that? So, I'd like to ask your good advice which sensors and parts I have to order? And how to connect it with my servos to get my project able? Hope You understood my idea) With best regards, Mr. ...
2014-10-05 02:29 by aleksey85
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Sounds like a great and unique project! I'm not sure you'll be able to use a gyro sensor for that: gyro sensors drift with time, so you'll end up having the same problem with misalignment... Instead, I would recommend using a compass module like this one: * http://www.robotshop.com/en/lsm303d-3-axis-accelerometer-compass.html?product-code=RB-Pol-230 ...
2014-10-03 13:43 by jarcand
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Can anybody suggest me which sensors and electronic components
I have to order to make a pan-tilt mount gyro stabilized?
2014-10-03 05:17 by aleksey85
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We have a selection of cameras and vision sensors here:
http://www.robotshop.com/en/cameras-vision-sensors.html
However, it really comes down to what software you want to implement and how to connect to the camera.
2014-09-30 10:11 by CBenson
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Do ye sell the sensors. I was thinking of building a gravity feed column that coloured blocks will sit ... so when the block is gravity the sensor automatically sees what colour it is a d the robot arm dispenses to the proper location.
2014-09-30 09:30 by Johnbarry
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... as horizontally 180° as vertically 45°. As I understand I have to use gyro sensor for that. So, Id ‘like to ask Your good advise which sensors and parts I have to order? And how to connect it with my servos to get my project able? Hope You understood my idea) With best regards, Mr. ...
2014-09-30 03:30 by aleksey85
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... need two XBee style wireless modules per rover. For example: http://www.robotshop.com/en/sfe-maxstream-xbee-transceiver-wire-antennae.html Last, ... control wirelessly. Note that the basic rover kit does not include any sensors - we wanted the price as low as possible. It's up to you which sensors ...
2014-09-18 09:35 by CBenson
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I'm building my first robot and I'm looking for some help with my design, specifically selecting power and ... floor is linoleum tile. My peripherals will be a light/color sensor, two distance sensors and potentially a stepper motor in the future. Based on some research it looks ...
2014-09-15 07:53 by Bagels
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... weight, which is to avoid if you plan on carrying FPV stuff that are already heavy. There are MultiWii boards out there with GPS and full set of sensors, but we do not have them in our store. Nothing avoid you to get a package without Flight Controller or even get it with since the one we have ...
2014-09-12 10:01 by DiaLFonZo
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... it is possible that your cats are not heavy enough to trigger the cat sensors. When the cats enter the Litter-Robot do you see the red sensor timing light come on? If not, does it come on if you push on ...
2014-09-10 11:09 by Jgendron
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... carpet in the dining room. This is driving me nuts since it is one of the primary areas that need cleaning and not even covering the cliff sensors with tape/paper seems to work reliably for me. Thanks.
2014-09-03 04:57 by junglegeorge
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... help is very confusing, incomplete etc... so I decided to document and create a short library of working BASIC programs for each of the different sensors and devices I use ... and even a few I don't use ... which after a few hundred pages of images, wiring diagrams, breadboard photos and complete ...
2014-09-01 14:56 by SolidWorksMagi
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... ) (3) Most of the digital and analog ports are extended in JST-PH2.0-3P (Digital ports: 10 / Analog ports:4), which make it easy to connect sensors (4) The power supply of JST-PH2.0-3P can be selected flexiblely (Digital ports: 5V or Vin / Analog ports: 3.3V or 5V) (5) The remaining pins ...
2014-08-25 14:34 by gicren
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