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List of products by brand Pololu Robotics & Electronics

Here you will find 100:1 DC geared motors, digital infrared proximity sensors Sharp, encoders for micro motors, microcontrollers for servo motors...

This chassis kit for Zumo robot contains all the mechanical pieces of the Zumo robot for Arduino.

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The Polulu voltage regulator is a buck converter generating fixed output voltages and currents, regardless of the input values.

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This tiny dual motor driver from Pololu carries a TI DRV8833 dual H-bridge. Supplyied with a 2.7 - 10.8 V voltage, it can deliver 1.2A (2A peak) to two DC motors. It integrates protections against reverse-voltage, under-voltage, over-current, and over-temperature.

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This encodeur for micro metal gearmotor allows to measure direction and speed of the rotation of the motor.

With the GP2Y0A60SZLF 5V board by Polulu, you get an infrared distance sensor that’s as compact as it’s precise.

GP2Y0A60SZLF Analogue Infrared Distance Sensor Board (5V)
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The iMAX-B6AC can charge and discharge NiMH, NiCd, Pb, LiPo, Li-ion, and LiFe batteries with individual cell balancing for up to 6 lithium cells

The JRK 12v12 motor controller with feedback allow you to command a middle size brushed DC motor with one of the four available interfaces: USB, analog voltage, digital command or radio command. You can also enslave the motor in closed-loop.

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This JST RCY connectors (also known as BEC) will be used with battery packs for RC applications. Useful for your drones projects involving batteries with bare wires (22- to 28-AWG wires). The connector is keyed so that power cannot be reversed.

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This male JST RCY connectors (also known as BEC) will be used with battery packs for RC applications. Useful for your drones projects involving batteries with bare wires (22- to 28-AWG wires). The connector is keyed so that power cannot be reversed.

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This expansion kit allows you to turn your Pololu 3pi mobile robot into a m3pi mobile robot. It contains all needed components and connectors that have to be soldered in.

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These pan-head screws are 3/8” long. They are made of zinc plated steel and come in packs of 25.

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These pan-head screws are ¼” long. They are made of zinc plated steel and come in packs of 25.

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This dual motor driver from Pololu is based on Freescale’s MC33926 full H-bridge. It has a 5 – 28V operating range and can deliver almost 3A continuously (5A peak) to each of its two motor channels. The dual motor driver works with 3 – 5V logic levels, supports up to 20kHz PWM and has many protections.

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Micro Metal Gearmotor 100:1 to motorize your Zumo robot. DISCONTINUED

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Micro Metal Gearmotor 298:1 to motorize your Zumo robot. DISCONTINUED

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Micro Metal Gearmotor 30:1 to motorize your Zumo robot.
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Micro Metal Gearmotor 50:1 to motorize your Zumo robot.
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Micro Metal Gearmotor 75:1 to motorize your Zumo robot.
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This controller allows you to command independently up to 8 servomotors with a great precision. Moreover, it is very compact to be easily embedded in your mobile robots.

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Presented here in its fully-assembled version, the Mini Maestro 18 USB Servo Controller is characterised by its versatility and great performance.

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The Pololu MinIMU-9 v2 is an inertial measurement unit (IMU) packing an L3GD20 3-axis gyro and an LSM303DLHC 3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis magnetometer on a tiny 23×15 mm board. The nine independent rotation, acceleration, and magnetic measurements can be retrieves by I2C and used to calculate an attitude and heading reference system (AHRS).

A newer version of the MinIMU-9 v2 inertial measurement unit, this MinIMU-9 v3 Sensor will supply your microcontroller with a series of 9 independent speed, rotation, acceleration and magnetic readings enabling you to estimate pitch, roll and yaw in the Arduino environment. DISCONTINUED