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MiniQ 4WD Cross Country

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Our newly upgraded 4WD MiniQ mobile platform is especially designed for education/learning purposes. It comes fully assembled and all your need is a PC with Arduino IDE and 4xAA battery. This alternative version of MiniQ 4WD robot provides higher ground clearance (25mm instead of 9mm), bigger approach angle and improved off-road capability in complex terrains. The mobile robot comes with Arduino Leonardo controller (ATmega32u4) and also integrates modules such as RGB LED, photosensitive diode, infrared trasmitters, infrared receivers, light sensors, additional buttons and buzzer. Along with this upgraded MiniQ 4WD kit, we offer 8 lessons for beginners, from entry-level to line-following, obstacle avoidance, and remote control. Users can easily grasp through the tutorial. All codings and tutorials are open and free to download. lesson1. Get to Know Your Robot lesson2. Control Buzzer lesson3. Light Direction Indication lesson4. Line_following lesson5. RGB LED lesson6. Obstacle Avoidance lesson7. Encoder lesson8. IR Remote Control     Super Mario travelling around the DF City (Based on MiniQ) MiniQ 4WD Cross Country is diffenrent from MiniQ 4WD at: Higher ground clearance: from 9mm to 25mm. Removing 5 line-following sensors on chassis.  
Improved off-road capability on a compact, flexible mobile robot platform Micro USB for download the code(bootloader: Leonardo) WS2812 RGB LED for controlling the color by only one pin Soft buttons for giving you more comfortable feeling Two Infrared transmitters and 1 infrared receiver for obstacle detection and avoidance. Also includes an IR remote control to easily control its features remotely
Controller: Atmega32U4 (Arduino Leonardo) Power Supply: 4x AA batteries or Micro-USB Working Voltage: 4.5 to 6V Driving Mode: 4WD Max Speed: 79cm/s Size: 115x110x45mm
Wiki Doc Sample Code Pack Tutorial Pack
MiniQ 4WD Cross Country x1 IR remote controller x1 Micro USB Cable x1

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Our newly upgraded 4WD MiniQ mobile platform is especially designed for education/learning purposes. It comes fully assembled and all your need is a PC with Arduino IDE and 4xAA battery. This alternative version of MiniQ 4WD robot provides higher ground clearance (25mm instead of 9mm), bigger approach angle and improved off-road capability in complex terrains. The mobile robot comes with Arduino Leonardo controller (ATmega32u4) and also integrates modules such as RGB LED, photosensitive diode, infrared trasmitters, infrared receivers, light sensors, additional buttons and buzzer. Along with this upgraded MiniQ 4WD kit, we offer 8 lessons for beginners, from entry-level to line-following, obstacle avoidance, and remote control. Users can easily grasp through the tutorial. All codings and tutorials are open and free to download. lesson1. Get to Know Your Robot lesson2. Control Buzzer lesson3. Light Direction Indication lesson4. Line_following lesson5. RGB LED lesson6. Obstacle Avoidance lesson7. Encoder lesson8. IR Remote Control     Super Mario travelling around the DF City (Based on MiniQ) MiniQ 4WD Cross Country is diffenrent from MiniQ 4WD at: Higher ground clearance: from 9mm to 25mm. Removing 5 line-following sensors on chassis.  
Improved off-road capability on a compact, flexible mobile robot platform Micro USB for download the code(bootloader: Leonardo) WS2812 RGB LED for controlling the color by only one pin Soft buttons for giving you more comfortable feeling Two Infrared transmitters and 1 infrared receiver for obstacle detection and avoidance. Also includes an IR remote control to easily control its features remotely
Controller: Atmega32U4 (Arduino Leonardo) Power Supply: 4x AA batteries or Micro-USB Working Voltage: 4.5 to 6V Driving Mode: 4WD Max Speed: 79cm/s Size: 115x110x45mm
Wiki Doc Sample Code Pack Tutorial Pack
MiniQ 4WD Cross Country x1 IR remote controller x1 Micro USB Cable x1

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