Leo Rover Mobile Robot (without arm) - assembled

Leo Rover Mobile Robot (without arm) - assembled

Leo Rover Mobile Robot (without arm) - assembled
FictionLab | A-000000-04011
7,028.74 €
20 perc. French VAT inc.

The Leo Rover is a mobile research and educational robot running on a Raspberry Pi 3 that you can customise at will thanks to a wide range of modules!

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Leo Rover: the all-terrain Raspberry Pi robot

More compact and lighter than most, the Leo Rover mobile robot for research and higher education consists of a rectangular platform mounted on a 4-wheel drive chassis, capable of adapting to the most difficult terrains. Its water-resistant platform can carry up to 5 kg of equipment, and the Leo Rover has an autonomy of 4 hours – enough to organise long expeditions in hostile terrain!

Built on a Raspberry Pi 3 , the Leo Rover offers a wide range of connectors (SPI, USB, etc.) allowing you to add extra modules, for example an IMU for navigation, sensors or a LiDAR range finder . And because Raspberry Pi is synonymous with open source, you can develop your own DIY Martian rover as you see fit (no project is too small!). There is a vast community just waiting to help you work on your Leo Rover projects and discover new ones.

A WiFi range of up to 100 m

This Raspberry Pi mobile robot can generate a WiFi hotspot to which you can then connect simply using your tablet, mobile phone or computer. You will then benefit from a 2.4 GHz wireless connection covering a 100 m range, and can control your mobile robot remotely via MacOS, Android or Linux. Then launch the live video streaming to see through your rover’s eyes thanks to its on-board camera! Its intuitive live streaming software was inspired by the missions carried out by exploration robots on Mars.

Technical specifications of the Leo Rover robot


  • 1 Leo Rover robot, fully assembled, waterproofed and tested
  • (robotic arm sold separately)
  • 1 battery charger
  • 1 battery ( contact us to buy extra batteries)
  • 1 hex-head screwdriver for mounting and dismounting additional modules
  • 3D-printed spanner for interface connectors
  • Servo adapter
  • Main computer: Raspberry Pi 3B
  • Microcontroller: STM32F100C8T6
  • Wireless STM32 programming
  • Open communication protocol
  • Protection rating: IP66 (not certified)
  • Connection: WiFi 2.4 GHz
  • Connection range: up to 100 m (with live video streaming)
  • Device control with Android/MacOS/Linux (Leo video streaming does not support iOS)
  • Connections:
  • In the inner housing: 1 USB
  • External waterproof connectors (WEIPU SP13 type): 1 x USB, 3 x timer output/counter input/IO, 2 x 7V/2A, 1 x 24V/3A, 1 x 5V/1A, SPI
  • Communication: I2C, SPI, USB
  • Autonomy: up to 4 hours
  • Charging time: 2 h approx.
  • Camera: 2 MP CMOS OV2710
  • Fisheye lens with 170° field of view, 0.5 lux.
  • Drive: 4 DC motors with 3-stage planetary gearbox
  • Reduction ratio: 73.2
  • Rubber tyres with foam insert
  • Wheel diameter: 130 mm
  • Mounting holes (platform):
  • 40 x M5 threaded holes on 18 x 15 mm grid for mounting the robotic arm
  • 22 holes of 5.5 mm diameter on 18 x 15 mm grid
  • Weight: approx. 6.5 kg
  • Upper platform load capacity: 5 kg
  • Dimensions: 410 x 460 x 270 mm
  • Please note that the robot arm is an add-on

Resources for the Leo Rover mobile robot

You’ll find everything you need here in open source to learn more about your Leo Rover!



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