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Super Jader Goes Bionic

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Australia
#27  
Its just something i built from a bunch of brackets and servos, will do a showcase thread, just want to finish it first.
PRO
Belgium
#28  
looking great.does he have his own controller or do you use an ezbv4?

here a pic if you use an ezb,its handy for data.

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Australia
#29  
Yeah EZB4 in his bacpac, 4-1 orientation sensor in his belt, Ultra Sonic Distance and Sound Sensor in his chest.;)

Will control him with my phone first.
PRO
Belgium
#30  
ah nice job.you still need to callibrate ? and what do you use as batt?
Australia
#31  
Calibration was all done before assembly, using a 2200mah lipo.

Need to also find a 6v regulator for the neck servo, that's the only servo i haven't calibrated yet.
PRO
Belgium
#32  
howmany volts are the servo's? and howmany volt is the batt?
Australia
#33  
Its a 6v servo, the lipo is 7.4v of course.;)

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Better pic, last one was horrible.
Australia
#35  
I wouldn't know, its only for his neck so i don't think it would get hot...but i haven't powered it on yet for i don't have the right regulator for it.

Being a neck servo, i wonder if i could get away with putting 7.4v through it..its only rated for 6v and its very cheap so im sure it would go pop just by being plugged in?
PRO
Belgium
#36  
did you try to use 5 volt regulator from shop here?
i think that it will work.for your 6 volt servo's

i have to talk to you later.have to make myself reddy for chemo,
in a few houres.

seeya;)
Australia
#37  
I do but its for one of the sensors, but that sensor can wait so will try it.;)

Good luck for your chemo amigo.:)
PRO
Belgium
#39  
tomy

here the solution for the robi eyes.read this topic.they work on 3 rgb ,
connectors and have thousand colors.you can use 3 rgb windows.
the adresses for each rgb connector are in the topic.


topic robi eyes


neon pixel bit
Australia
#40  
Thanks Nomad, just read that thread, very...very awesome.:P
PRO
Belgium
#41  
starting to look good.:D
Germany
#42  
its the same technic like a light-organ-effect.
put a light between the speaker and sound-cable.. thats it.

but be carefull.. use a resistor.. so the LED is never to hot.

the eyes are selfmade :-)

I cannot talk about all my tricks, because I'm selling the robots and that's a hard job :-).
PRO
Belgium
#43  
smarty

do you have a pic from led whit resistor?
Australia
#44  
@Smarty,

ah i like the way you explained that, many thanks.:)

In regards to a resistor, doesn't the EZB4 have built in 3.3v resistors?

Smarty, your Kondo robot with the Robi head, his RGB eyes are really good, you have the colors working perfectly, thats what i would like to do with the small Robi i have here.

I 100% agree with you there, if your selling robots then i wouldn't give out any tricks of the trade either...sounds like a dream job.;):)
PRO
Belgium
#45  
tomy

i got 6 colors but not all are very bright.


Australia
#46  
Thats awesome Nomad well done.

The colors are bright enough i think.;)

Cool figure in the background.:)