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Kingduino 4WD Ultrasonic Robot Kit

Kingduino 4WD Ultrasonic Robot Kit

Arduino 4WD Ultrasonic Robot can roam around freely without supervision. The ultrasonic sensor will detect any objects in its way and drive around them. The onboard Arduino UNO microcontroller board can be coded differently so you can adjust your ...
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Arduino 4WD Ultrasonic Robot can roam around freely without supervision. The ultrasonic sensor will detect any objects in its way and drive around them. The onboard Arduino UNO microcontroller board can be coded differently so you can adjust your robot to function to your specific commands. Provide hours of fun for the beginner or intermediate robotician.

Kit Includes:
Solderless Breadboard x 1
Micro Servo x 1
Ultrasonic Sensor x 1
Jumper Wire Kit x 1
4WD Mobile Platform x 1 
Arduino Motor Shield Kit x 1
Arduino Microcontroller Board x 1
Geared Motors x 4 
AA Battery Holder x 1
12v Battery Holder x 1
Screws and Fixings

*Note: This is not an original Arduino brand product.

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  • SKU
    438000068
  • Watt Hour
    0.00
  • Weight(g):
    1200.00
  • Length:
    260.00
  • Width
    155.00
  • Height
    180.00
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Fantastic value! Have not put it together yet... And comes with NO documentation so you really will be stuck if you don't know your Arduino stuff.
Finally arrived. As expected no instructions whatsoever. The AA battery holder listed above is for 6 batteries. The other holder is for a 9v battery ( like in smoke alarms ) not 12v as specified above. The microcontroller is an Arduino UNO and an Arduino sensor shield version 4.0 is supplied. In addition to everything else listed above there is an IR sensor ( visible on the breadboard in the photos) and 3 line sensor modules joined together. ( visible under the board at the same end as the ultrasonic sensor). There is also a small IR remote control supplied with 4 direction arrows, ok, 1-9, # and * so it would be possible to program control via this and the IR sensor rather than using the other sensors. I will now test each module separately and will upload anything useful but it may take me a month of sundays so if anybody else makes any progress please let me know
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