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RoBoard manufactures single board computers, embedded computer systems and peripherals.


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  • RoBoard RB-110 Single Board Computer
    Good board for his price
    Review by Kirill
    I think it's the best quality-price ration for this product
    (Posted on 10/17/14)
  • RoBoard NCBox-189 CNC Machine Controller
    Exellent
    Review by Marina
    Very useful for students and of course teachers. Students can learn CNC programming and controlling on didactic machine with appropriate price. My recommendation is to give advice and link to downloadable CNC program.
    (Posted on 4/24/14)
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The RoBoard Gains an LCD, Robots Show Their True Colours

Posted on August 02, 2010

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Electronics, RobotShop.

The RoBoard has been controlling robots for some time now. It is a single board computer featuring a Vortex86DX, a 32bit x86 CPU running at 1 GHz with 256MB DRAM, lots of PWM IO for controlling servos, and more. A recurring feature that was always asked was to have a small native display for the RoBoard in order to have [...]
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... want to choose the right servo for my humanoid robot. For that I have picked RS1270 tentatively and made a CAD model. http://www.robotshop.com/en/roboard-rs-1270-digital-servo-motor.html A few queries: 1) How can I go about verifying it using simulations? P.S.:Im using VREP for the simulations. ...
2014-08-23 06:15 by Nimit Kumar Singh
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The closest setup you can get to a NAO would likely be a Kondo KHr-2HV plus a RoBoard. This would essentially be a development platform where you could work on some basic image processing, wireless control, add your choice of sensors etc.
2014-03-24 08:09 by CBenson
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... to do this. You would need to have an OS that has the libusb library, like Ubuntu or Debian. Instructions for installing one of these on the RoBoard can be found here: Ubuntu or Debian . You can then connect your RCB-4HV to the RoBoard using the provided USB-to-serial cable. You should be ...
2014-03-04 16:41 by jarcand
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Hi, I am interested in buying the roboard 110 to allow autonomous control of my khr-3hv robot . Can I program motions using the com3 port and the libkondo port and directly control the RCB-4hv. Or do I have to build some electronic component ...
2014-03-04 10:21 by tr4racer
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... that is capable of simple vision processing but has a large enough user community to make it readily accessible, supported and adopted. The RoBoard might be a good start, but it's not open source. Yes, yes, and YES! :D I'd stand in line to get an Arduino Due type board setup like the BotBoarduino ...
2013-12-26 17:37 by linuxguy
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... be compatible. Also, you'll likely need to program in Python or other Linux-based software. If not what about this embedded PC, good enough? The RoBoard would save you from having to buy a separate microcontroller since it has I/O onboard. you can also opt forthe WiFi rather than the video card, ...
2013-04-23 14:03 by CBenson
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... to connect a web cam (say, Logitech 9000) and do what I want it to do? If not what about this embedded PC, good enough? http://www.robotshop.com/roboard-rb-110-single-board-computer.html Mechanically, I was thinking to build on a chassis like these or equivalent: http://www.robotshop.com/dagu-wild-thumper-6wd-all-terrain-chassis-2.html ...
2013-04-23 13:29 by nicobar
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I just bought a RoBoard RS-1270 high Torque servo for evaluation purposes. I'd like to use it to control a lifter arm one a one lb flipper robot, but I'm not sure how this servo is intended to be mounted. The output side has six small ...
2013-04-07 23:52 by OhioRobotClub
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... not want to be lifted so I need the actuator to be fast. http://youtu.be/o1bDDzfqPUY The money shot is at 2:05 Right now I am looking at using two RoBoard RS-1270 instead of the two Hitech HSR-5990TG. I'm hoping the all metal case will make then less breakable, but I am not sure how to mount them. ...
2013-04-03 23:34 by OhioRobotClub
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... power, I/O pins, RAM, video etc. and can run complete operating systems but weight (and cost) a lot less than normal PC parts. Take a look at the RoBoard and Rasperry Pi for example. Other developers simply put a small netbook PC on top of a mobile base . If you wanted to make a PC based robot, ...
2013-01-23 15:10 by CBenson
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... that is capable of simple vision processing but has a large enough user community to make it readily accessible, supported and adopted. The RoBoard might be a good start, but it's not open source. A shield for the Mega that will bolt up to our bots. We will make a mega board of our own after ...
2012-10-26 10:20 by CBenson
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... the various shipping options; there will almost certainly be one or two which get them to you very quickly. Android has not yet been loaded on the RoBoard (Android so far has been reserved for cell phones and tablets, not really for computers). The RoBoard is a full computer and you can certainly ...
2012-08-16 08:50 by CBenson
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ill be in new york from sunday. if i ordered the robot and the roboard can it get to me by the following weekend? anything else i would need to purchase eg soldering and tool kits? i fly back to london on the monday. was also looking at the hovis. android ...
2012-08-15 20:00 by Modboy
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... (its own power supply too if possible). If you are looking for a humanoid robot that is more expandable, you might consider the Kondo with the RoBoard single board computer add on. The basic Robophilo is intended to be programmed or remotely controlled, but not upgraded.
2012-07-23 08:00 by CBenson
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... the first humanoid robots on the market and is still one of the best. The controller which comes with the basic kit is ... basic. Upgrading to the RoBoard is a giant step since it's running a full operating system. The RoBoard has basic documentation and there is a small English user community, ...
2012-07-11 07:49 by CBenson
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