The 25:1 gear transmission ratio allows high speed driving, the 125:1 gear transmission ratio allows high precision driving.
NIBO burger avoids dynamic obstacles.
Follow Me - NIBO burger follows a hand.
NIBO burger recognizes colours.
NIBO burger tries to escape.
A construction manual with many illustrations explains the assembly and soldering step by step. All important basic functions are implemented in the open-source NiboRoboLib library. After assembling you can directly start with own programming. The interactive Coding-Tutorial, a programming-tutorial for ARDUINO and the online community provide motivating support.
|Microcontroller||ATmega16A with 16 kB Flash, 1 kB SRAM, 15 MHz
ATtiny44A with 4 kB Flash, 256 Byte SRAM, 15 MHz
|Sensors||4 IR-sensor-bricks, 3 colour-sensor-bricks|
|Actuators||2 motors with 125:1 / 25:1 gear ratio|
|Odometry||2 IR-sensors for rotation speed detection|
|Code examples||Following lines, avoiding objects, following objects, colour detection|
|Coding LEDs||4 free programmable LEDs (ultrabright)|
|Function display||3 LEDs: Power, Programming and Charging|
|Shield interface||D0+D1 (UART), D2-D4, D10-D13 (SPI), A0, GND, VCC, RESET, SDA+SCL (I²C)|
|Dimensions||126 x 108 x 58 mm (WxLxH), 295 g (with batteries)|
|Power supply||4 rechargeable AAA batteries (not included)|
|Content||Construction kit, USB cable, CD with construction manual, programming-tutorial, schematics and data sheets|