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How To Make That The Robot Control It Self

How to control robot without any pc or mobile ez-b v4 and I am a new student of (ez-robotics) robotics aged 14 years. I have studied my arduino course. I am trying alot for this answer *stress*.

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#8  
Sure , the Pico is super tiny , use a 5 v regulator to power it. It even comes with a mount and screw holes. Your robot could wear it like a backpack or something.
#9  
yes, iam having a pc - windows 7 , did the robot work after disconneting the wifi with pc. and can i control pneumatic cylinder with ez-b v4
#11  
The robot controller (EZB(4) controls the robot. It sends and receives all the electrical signals between the robot and the controller. What is done with the signals received and sent from and to the robot and its hardware that are wired to the controller (EZB(4)are all stored in the PC. There is no room for all the functions that can be performed by your robot to be stored onboard the EZB(4) controller. The PC and ARC store your instructions that you build to control your robot and send them to the EZB(4) controller using WiFi.

If you want your robot to be self contained then as suggested in other posts, get a small computer that will support Windows and ARC and install it inside your robot.
#12  
did the robot control after disconnecting wifi with pc
#13  
If you mean your home/school wifi then yes, it will, but you have to connect to the ez-b at all times for it to work.
#14  
can i connect solenoid valve to robot
#15  
@ramcharan ...With a relay probably or some kind of Mosfet
#16  
I have a video that can help you.:) this is the name on YouTube. But it's only one of the things you can do. I'll send you another video too.
Click To Watch Video

;)
PRO
Belgium
#18  
aidan

bolt links dont work
#19  
Hold on I've got another one. Here go to you tube they should have some thing.

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#20  
Hey nomadtmbs I've just figerd that out that's why I sended this link.
#21  
Aidan,
Your videos have to be public for anyone to see them.

Take some time to learn from others and then work on helping others. I applaud your eagerness to help and don't want to hamper that but, the advice you are giving isn't solving issues. I see that you joined the community yesterday and have 6 evangelist posts but I haven't seen any of them on the other sites. I also see that you have marked a lot of the tutorial as completed. You might take some time and review these again. There is a lot that you have missed on them.
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Belgium
#22  
aidan

if you in need for a chat you can contact me .see click on my name.
#23  
Unfortunately, that's simply not how E-Z robots work. E-Z Robots utilize a smartphone to do the bulk of the work. In fact, all the robot in itself does is send incoming data to the phone or computer so that the other device can do the thinking, then the application on the second device decides what the robot will do and tells it to do it.
#24  
sir i want to connect ssc-32 to my ez b v4 could you help me with pictures
and complete details about ssc-32 connecting i am feeling *stress* and *tired*
please help me
Finland
#25  
That could be fun idea to mount your robot with mini PC and then power it with some power bank, that can use a solar charger or something like that or just plug to recharge when battery low. Wonder how long the power banks will last with one charge.
#26  
Hello @Us3r,

I am doing just that ! I have installed a Latte Panda and an EZB/v2 in my robot. I am using a 12 volt battery and voltage converters to lower the voltages to what I need (5 volt and 9 volt) for other devices being used.

See my post " 12 Volt Battery 17 Ah for Large Projects".

The amount of power needed to run the servos, controls and other devices will determine how long the battery will supply power before the need for recharging. A large battery like the one I use should last a long time.
Finland
#27  
Hi @Andy Roid

Oh okay : ) That is really interesting setup, Latte Panda seems like good one to handle much information . Will definitely check out your post, thanks for sharing.
Just checked your Antonn project, love it! It is fascinating to see what kind of robots people will make here and of course will try to make one myself someday, still at the early stages, but it's learning new stuff little by little.
Now just need to save some money for the parts and start building:)