ActoBitty™ robot chassis
ActoBitty™ is a small educational aluminium robot chassis kit that’s perfect for teaching electronics to not only pupils and students, but also intrigued amateurs. It’s quickly assembled and can accommodate an Arduino microcontroller.
Including €0.05 for ecotax
ActoBitty™ robotics chassis: an educational robot you will enjoy assembling
The ActoBitty™ robotics chassis allows you to assemble a small robot with 2 transparent disc wheels with rubber tyres for a better grip. You will find all the essentials in your pack: a few chassis parts, two motors, two wheels with hubs, 1 battery holder, screws and two hex keys. There is also a video and a complete PDF guide to help you successfully complete the initial assembly stage. But be warned, you will need batteries and a Phillips screwdriver!
A transformable Arduino robotics chassis
The mounts that come with the ActoBitty™ kit make it easy for you to attach an Arduino Uno or Mega board in order to program your robot. A second acetal mount allows you to use electronic sensors to give your robot a boost. Its perforated aluminium robotics chassis offers additional customisation possibilities, for example you can attach peripherals or structural components that will transform your small vehicle into a more impressive creature!
Technical specifications of the ActoBitty™ educational robot
The kit includes:
- 2 clear precision disc wheels
- 2 x 3 mm bore aluminium hubs
- 1 x 114.3 mm aluminium channel
- 1 x 90 rpm gear motor
- 1 acetal Arduino mount
- 1 acetal sensor mount
- 1 x 4-cell AA battery pack (batteries not included)
- 1 acetal battery pack mount
- 12 x 4.8 mm 6-32 socket head cap screws
- 1 x 1.6 mm hex key
- 1 x 2.8 mm hex key
- Required (not supplied):
- 1 Phillips screwdriver
- Total weight: 136 g
Resources for the ActoBitty™ robot
Need some inspiration or a few tips for your ActoBitty™ robot? See our resources below!