The Brutusbot Armor Enhancement Kit is the perfect way to present your Brutusbot project. Not only is it a good way to make your bot look quite attractive but it protects the electronics as well from unfortunate mishaps like rollovers!
Our Brutusbot kit is capable of destruction and whimsical grace but it ain't going anywhere without a brain! Enter the Brutusbot Electronics Bundle, the totally open-source controller plus motor driver system to get your Brutusbot on it's warpath or to it's next dance recital.
Give your project a muscular interface with the Compact Motor Driver Robot (CMDR) Shield! Bi-directionally drive TWO gear motors or a single stepper motor, read 6 analog sensors, and control up to 8 servos all at the same time.
The GP2Y0A21 Sharp distance sensor is a great way to add obstacle avoidance or motion sensing to your robot or any other project. With a detection range of 4" to 32" and an analog voltage indicating the distance, this sensor is very easy to use.
The Solarbotics Sumovore Kit is a strong, modular design with over 500 man-hours of development and 21 prototypes behind it. It has more power, speed, and is less expensive than the Junun Mark III, Parallax Mini-Sumo, and Tab SumoBot.
The DTE RS-232 module is a tight and tidy way to convert RS-232 (computer-level) signals down to a microcontroller level signal strengths. DTE means it's configured as a "Data Terminal Equipment" (with 9 pins).
This 5mm Water-clear Phototransistor will pick up visible and infrared light and conduct current. When light reaches this high sensitive/fast response time component it's much like current reaching the base of a transistor which allows current to flow from collector to emitter.