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Praveen

Member Since: March 30, 2009

Country: United States

  • This product was used on a "Sumo Robot" to find objects around it. I read the analogue output of the sensor using a A/D converter of a microcontroller. Once you get the A/D converter started on any microcontroller, this sensor can be interfaced very easily.

  • This was a great little gear box. I used it on a Sumo Robot, which weight ~1kg. My requirement was to push other sumo robots out of the arena. Therefore I assembled it in the "HIGH TORQUE" mode. The instructions in the assembly process were very straight forward, and I believe anyone can do it. Took me about 30 mins. I used the SN754410 to control my sumo robot. I also used the "Tamiya racing wheels" (white ones). One of the most important things things when using this gear box is that, you need to build a cover for it. Otherwise, the gear box is very fast, that it can pick up unwanted stuff from the ground. A good example is hair. My sumo robot turned out to be a good success and i highly recommend this product for similar applications.

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