The MRT3 series of robotics kits have been devised to be an integral part of the Scientific, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum and will provide a fantastic platform on which to build the skills needed to operate, build and ultimately design complex robotic machines with practical uses.
Recommended for children aged 8 and up (not forgetting the mature students of course,) this kit follows on from the earlier courses to cover some of the more advanced engineering and electronic concepts behind robotics through a series of modules and 9 different models. Step by step building instructions are provided for each of these models that include a fork lift truck, a train, racing car and a bowling robot.
The models are built from snap together components molded from tough ABS plastic and incorporate a range of sensors (IR, photo, sound, and touch) in differing configurations to demonstrate a range of capabilities and build a broad knowledge of their applications.
The comprehensive manual forms the backbone of the course and is written in easy to understand language with clear illustrations to make following the course a unique and fun way to introduce robotics as well as extending general knowledge.
This Educational Robot Kit forms the final module in a series of 4.
Each of the other kits in the series presume that the skills from the previous product have been acquired. As such, these products should be acquired and used in succession from MRT3-1 through to MRT3-4. To build the models listed on the MRT3-2 for example, you will need components from the MRT3-1 and MRT3-2 kits.
• Offical robot for International Youth Robotic Competition
• Suitable for children 8~13 years
• Total of 290 individual parts in the kit
• Easy to follow course structure
• Pre-programmed main controller
• Tough ABS molded components
• 10 Pre-programable motion modes w/sound
• 8 remote control channels
• 4 Input signal control
Servo Motor Specs:
Voltage: 7V DC
Feedback sensor: Potentiometer
Stall torque: 2.8kg @ 7V (±15%)
Rotation angle: 180°
Current: 140mA (max)
dimensions: 42 x 38.6 x 20mm
Mic Sensor Specs:
Atmospheric pressure: 860~1060 hPa
Output impedance: 2.2KΩ
Current: 800µA max
Signal/noise ratio: 58dB
Decreasing Voltage: -3dB
Maximum input SPL: 100dB
Dimensions: 25.5 x 38 x 13mm
290 molded ABS and metal components
Please note: Batteries not included