The new version of the Ardubot PCB breaks out all the Arduino pins to a separate row of headers. It also includes spaces for LEDs, a reset switch, and servo headers.
The Ardubot PCB can be the foundation of your own Arduino-powered bot. When combined with a few other SparkFun offerings, the Ardubot makes a great mobile testing platform. Or you could just go terrorize the cat and annoy your family and friends. Add some lasers and theme music and you can start your own battle-bot league!
The Ardubot PCB is designed to be mated with a standard Aduino Pro (3.3V or 5V) or Arduino USB board, along with 2 motors, a front caster and a bridge driver. All the Arduino pins are broken out to the Ardubot PCB, along with a generous amount of prototyping area and power busses that run the length of the board.
Check the associated items for build options and check the tutorial to put one together.
Note: We are working on updating the pictures to show a built kit with the new board.
Note: This product is a collaboration with Peter Davenport. A portion of each sales goes back to them for product support and continued development.
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