RobotGeek Geekbot Basic Kit

RobotGeek Geekbot Basic Kit

Trossen Robotics | A-000000-02140

This RobotGeek Geekbot kit for mobile robots allows you to easily build and program a two-wheeled rover on Arduino for carrying out exploration missions.

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Geekbot rover kit: your programmable mobile robot on Arduino

The RobotGeek Geekbot Basic Kit consists of two perforated decks on which you can mount 2 wheels and their servos as well as an Arduino-compatible microcontroller and a shield for connecting RobotGeek modules.

  • The Geekduino microcontroller is fully programmable in the Arduino IDE, allowing you to practice with the famous open-source programming environment; and
  • You can connect the RobotGeek Sensor Shield to the microcontroller and to any of the sensors and actuators designed by Trossen Robotics for RobotGeek without having to use a soldering iron.

 

Geekbot mobile robot: a true exploration vehicle

This Basic Kit comes with an IR sensor kit with a 9 g servo and mounting hardware, so your two-wheeled rover can move around and recognise its environment. The infrared sensor scans the space ahead of it thanks to its servomotor.

Geekbot Basic mobile robot: a true exploration vehicle

With this Basic Kit, you can use all the RobotGeek sensor modules that plug into the Sensor Shield, including not only RobotGeek sensors requiring a 3-pin cable but also XBee modules and Grove sensors (with the necessary adapters). More about the RobotGeek Sensor Shield compatibility here.

The RobotGeek Sensor Shield makes it extremely simple to connect and install these modules on your Geekduino – all you need are cables, there is no soldering. Now all you have to do is create the program!

Never heard of the RobotGeek system? Here's your first lesson..

Technical specifications of the RobotGeek Geekbot Basic Kit

The RobotGeek Geekbot programmable mobile robot kit contains:

  • 2 Geekbot decks (220 x 160 mm)
  • 1 wheels and castors kit with servos
  • 1 RobotGeek Duino Mount
  • 1 x 6C battery pack
  • 1 Geekduino microcontroller:
    • ATmega328 microcontroller
    • Operating voltage: 5V/3.3V
    • Input voltage (recommended): 7–12V
    • Input voltage (limits): 6–20V
    • Digital I/O pins: 14 (including 6 PWM outputs)
    • Analogue input pins: 8
    • DC current per I/O pin: 40 mA
    • DC current for the 3.3V pin: 1200 mA
    • Flash memory: 16 KB (2 KB for the bootloader)
    • SRAM: 1 KB
    • EEPROM: 512 bits
    • Clock speed: 16 MHz
  • 1 RobotGeek Sensor Shield
  • 1 IR sensor kit with 9 g servo and mounting hardware
  • 10 sensor connection cables
  • 50 x M3*6 bolts
  • 20 x M3*10 F/F standoffs
  • 20 x M3*15 F/F standoffs
  • 20 x M3*20 F/F standoffs
  • 20 x M3*25 F/F standoffs
  • 20 x M3*30 F/F standoffs
  • 20 x M3*15 F/M standoffs
  • 1 M3 screwdriver
  • 1 M2 screwdriver

 

Resources for the RobotGeek Geekbot Basic Kit

Explore all your KIT-RG-GEEKBOT-COMP robotics kit by RobotGeek has to offer with these essential links, showing you how to mount, connect and program your robot!

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