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This product has been retired from our catalog and is no longer for sale.

This page is made available for those looking for datasheets and the simply curious. Please refer to the description to see if a replacement part is available.

Replacement: None. We do not have a direct replacement for this kit. This page is for reference only.

Description: The MicroCamp2.0 is a robotics kit aimed at those interested in learning the fundamentals of using microcontrollers. Through using this kit, you will learn about simple usages of microcontrollers and how to interface with external components in real word applications.

This activity kit includes a microcontroller board (the “MicroCamp board”),a switch module, infrared reflector module, DC motor gearboxes and many other mechanical parts for building a programmable robot. Also included is a PX-400 ISP programmer, and a CD-ROM with a number of code examples to help get your bot up and running.

Kit Includes:

  • MicroCamp Controller Board
    • ATmega8 8-bit AVR microcontroller - running at 16MHz
    • Piezo Speaker
    • 2 pushbutton switches
    • 2 LEDs
    • 2 DC motor driver circuits
  • 4xAA Battery holder to power the controller board
  • PX-400 ISP Programmer
  • DC Motor Gearboxes
  • 16x2 LCD
  • GP2D120 IR Sensor
  • ER4 Remote Control
  • Mechanical parts, CD-ROM and Documentation.

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Comments 1 comment

  • Does this kit now use the PX-4000 ISP Programmer?
    (It shows it in the picture, and makes a big difference as the PX-4000 is USB and the PX-400 is serial.)
    Also: I am guessing any language that can program the ATmega8 using the (PX-4000?) can program this Bot?
    Thanks


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