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Wireless GamePad for Arduino

53.4 €53.40

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Introduction

The Wireless Gamepad v1.1 for Arduino is the first gamepad based on Arduino from DFRobot. It supports Xbee, Bluetooth, RF and Wifi via the Xbee socket. Makes it possible to customize your own wireless communication for controlling your robots, mobile platforms, UAVs or anything else you want to control.
This gamepad allows user the define the buttons and protocols via standard Arduino IDE. It gives endless possiblities to integrate it into your projects.
This gamepad supplies two analog sticks, two analog buttons and 14 programmable buttons, this controller has an Xbox 360 style button layout, which allows you to completely customize your controlling experience. It runs on three "AAA" Batteries or a DC power supply. You can program it via the FTDI interface directly.
Program the gamepad by using the FTDI Basic Breakout 3.3/5Vor USB Serial Light Adapter.
WARNING: The power supply for the gamepad is 3.3v, so when you connect the FTDI to it, please confirm the VCC is set to 3.3V!
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Introduction

The Wireless Gamepad v1.1 for Arduino is the first gamepad based on Arduino from DFRobot. It supports Xbee, Bluetooth, RF and Wifi via the Xbee socket. Makes it possible to customize your own wireless communication for controlling your robots, mobile platforms, UAVs or anything else you want to control.
This gamepad allows user the define the buttons and protocols via standard Arduino IDE. It gives endless possiblities to integrate it into your projects.
This gamepad supplies two analog sticks, two analog buttons and 14 programmable buttons, this controller has an Xbox 360 style button layout, which allows you to completely customize your controlling experience. It runs on three "AAA" Batteries or a DC power supply. You can program it via the FTDI interface directly.
Program the gamepad by using the FTDI Basic Breakout 3.3/5Vor USB Serial Light Adapter.
WARNING: The power supply for the gamepad is 3.3v, so when you connect the FTDI to it, please confirm the VCC is set to 3.3V!

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