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A pair of heavy-duty omnidirectional tactile sensors
These tactile sensors are much heavier-duty than the TACT2 versions, and are much more suitable to walking or wheeled robots in the 15cm+ (6") size range.
A pair of low-force omnidirectional tactile sensors
These infrared photodiodes are a proven light sensor in BEAM technology.
The CdS is a light sensitive resistor offering a range of 160 ohm to 700k sensitivity.
This SPDT snap lever switch is modifiable into tactile sensors.
This clever "spring-in-loop" sensor configuration is a well-proven touch-sensor for small to medium size robot applications
Need a motor driver that can run at the lower voltages? The Didel 2 Motor Minishield can come to your rescue! Use your Arduino Uno (or form factor compatible) board with it to drive a tiny robot around.
Protoboard your project with sets of connected pads. Ideal if long strips of copper too much for you, or the complex zig-zags are not your style.
The SLCD-3 is designed base on a popular serial LCD driver IC, created by Maryland EE professor Peter Anderson. It is the display unit for an associated controller.
5% accuracy 1/4 watt resistors to get you started with your BEAM experiments.
This silicon tire makes a great replacement for your worn RW2-series tires.
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