This bundle lets you configure your SCC243b-MSE for short, quick-pulse operations.
Need the parts to build up your SCC2433b-MSE? This package lets you assemble the Miller Solarengine in "Power" mode, where it stores up a lot of power, and releases a long burst to the motor.
The Panasonic 1381x voltage trigger detects preset voltage levels depending on the flavour you select. These are the heart of many solarengine circuits.
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!
This epoxy-encapsulated monocrystalline solar cell offers 6.7V and 20mA in a 37x33mm package. Now updated with the Miller Engine circuit!
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 Solarbotics Arduino Freeduino Enclosure (SAFE) is a laser-cut acrylic case for your chopsticks. And by chopsticks, we mean Arduino or Freeduino. Go figure.
The Turbot is the Velociraptor of the Robot Jurassic Park! Full body tumbling gets this aggressive robot over all sorts of terrain on its search for light!
This 20 character by 2 line LCD, comes with an easy to use serial communication interface and has the capability to connect up to a 5 by 5 matrix style keypad.
This "030" form factor motor replaces the old Mabuchi FF-030 we used to stock, and is still a good candidate for torquey Solarengine and small battery-powered robots.
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