knuckles904

Member Since: September 29, 2008

Country: United States

  • Still significantly cheaper than any alternative I can find. Thanks for carrying, Sparkfun!

  • I think <4g is the acceptable acceleration limit(<4x gravity), not the mass. Does anyone have the weight of this module? Could be a good contender for small flying stuff if it’s light.

    P.S. Actually it’d be great to see sparkfun start putting weight on the specs of more of their stuff with the rise of so many flying robots. Ya’ll are already great about putting a scale on your many pics, this would just be a suggestion for a slight bump in awesomeness

  • Yo, don’t be whiny please. Invest that time/energy in googling!

    Wowwee posted an official list of all the commands for controlling via either bluetooth or UART on their github. Take a look here for the protocol, and all the commands: https://github.com/WowWeeLabs/MiP-BLE-Protocol

    Now help build out that library and empower others!!!

    andthatsthemakerway

  • Any chance I could get an all up weight of this module? Anything newer that might be lower total weight in a small package?

  • Awesome job man, you’ve got a bright future ahead of you. Keep up your side projects even when life happens.
    (P.S. make a website, put google adsense on there and that’ll keep the funding coming in while you play-worked for me)

  • Sooo stinkin cool!

  • Cool platform. Definitely a new take on the tracked design. Why four independent motors tho? Many kudos for keeping the price low.

  • Simply awesome! I love my wrangler, theyre the perfect automobiles for tinkerers.

  • Can anyone confirm this works (well) at 3.3v? Range any worse?

  • Interesting move sparkfun, definitely nice to have an american distributor for these cheap tx’s. If you can source the Turnigy TH9x’s, I could see them being very popular. Especially since not even hobbyking can keep them in stock

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