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DG008 Dagu 4WD Robot Chassis with 4 Motors

The Dagu DG008 is a low priced and well designed 4WD Robot Chassis for those who want more space than the DG007 2WD Magician Chassis. Schools across North America use the DG008 chassis for educational purposes by adding an Arduino or Raspberry Pi. 

The chassis plates are cut from acrylic with ample room for for sensors, controllers, power, etc. This kit includes all of the parts needed to assemble the chassis as well as a 4xAA battery holder. More Info




Camera Axe Photography Trigger

The Camera Axe is a tool for photographers to trigger cameras or flashes based signals from various sensors. It is useful for catching phenomena that happen too quickly for human reflexes, like photographing a popping balloon or a milk droplet splash. Other uses can be to catch things photographers don't want to wait around for like birds flying to a bird feeder or surveillance of people walking down a hallway. The possibilities are endless. More info


  Arduino 2WD Robot Kit

 This Arduino based 2WD Robot Educational Kit provides an excellent low cost platform for learning robotics and programming. A bestseller to schools. Step by step illustrated instructions take you through the assembly of an obstacle avoiding autonomous two-wheel drive robot with a servo controlled ultrasonic sensor for object detection. Build your own motor driver and servo control board using a prototype board shield with a L293D motor control IC. Motor control connections are done with wire jumpers on a mini breadboard.

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 FRDM-KL25Z Freescale Prototype Shield Kit

The FRDM-KL25Z Freescale Prototype Kit includes the FRDM-KL25Z Development Board, an Arduino Proto shield and arduino compatible hardware, to get you started with designing your own custom circuits.This kit is a low cost development platform for rapid prototyping of microcontroller based applications that uses a Freescale Kinetis KL25Z microcontroller built on the ARM Cortex-M0+ core and MBED open source software. The Arduino prototype shield makes it easy for users to design their own projects. More info