The L298 motor driver IC is a very popular but hard to use chip. Our Compact Motor Driver Kit tames this beast, and adds useful functionality!
The Sandwich robot is a line-following Robot. Sintra base (not included)
These aren't kits, as much as they are an inexpensive bag of components so you can build yourself a Symet.
These aren't kits, as much as they are an inexpensive bag of components so you can build yourself a Symet along the lines of the PMK Trimet.
For true DIY, hack the included cassette mechanism into a solar-powered device using the high performance Miller Solarengine which converts light into impressive bursts of energy! Rapid fire, SCC2433-MSE version.
These are small 1/8" square clear-epoxy encapsulated solar cells generating about 1/2 volt @ 1.9mA in sunlight.
This epoxy-encapsulated monocrystalline solar cell generates a nominal 4.5V / 18mA (sunlight) from a 24x33mm package. And has an integrated solarengine circuit board!
This big brother of the SCC3733 is also an epoxy-encapsulated monocrystalline solar cell, but this one offers 8 volts and 44mA in a 37 x 66mm package!
A pair of low-force omnidirectional tactile sensors
Battle damaged your front plate? Need a new look? Check out these colors!
We had Grand-Wing Servo supply us with an inventory of their modified GWS05 servo! It's a servo without pcb - all brawn, no brains!
This output gear changes the GM4 from continuous rotation to limited rotation.
The GM6 is a baby version of our popular GM2 gear motor.
The GM7 is a baby version of our popular right-angle drive GM3 gear motor.
This 143:1 gear motor is much like the GM2 gear motor but runs at nearly twice the speed. Great for robots needing speed over torque!
This 143:1 gear motor is much like the GM3 gear motor but runs at nearly twice the speed. Great for robots needing speed over torque!
A High-Efficiency (HE) 3V DC motor coupled to a 228:1 gearbox give you a very useful low-power gearmotor!
Here by popular demand, and brought to you only from Solarbotics! The pager gear motor is geared 81:1 spins at 233 RPM and draws 13mA (118mA stall) at 3V giving 2.3in*oz.
Small, speedy, and all-metal construction!
Just slightly faster than the original Sanyo GM12, and a wee bit less torque - a suitable replacement!
A bit slower than the GM13, but less current consumption. Less expensive, too!
A replacement for the GM14 that has more torque!
Want a small, quick precision metal gear motor?
10 resistors each of 100ohm, 470ohm, 1k, and 2.2k
10 resistors each of 4.7k, 47k, 100k, and 220k
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