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概述:Raspberry Pi的开源机器人和自动化控制器。

+ The Robotics Masters Robo HAT MM1 is an open source robotics controller board for Raspberry Pi. It is education focused but works in many applications. The Robo HAT provides all the hardware you need in one simple, easy-to-use form factor. It removes the initial barriers to starting any robotics project. + With support for Adafruit CircuitPython, Arduino IDE, and other libraries the Robo HAT is able to act as a single solution for all projects great and small. + The Robo HAT MM1 removes the need for buying lots of individual components by including them on the board. It can act as a PWM driver, provide on-board power through voltage regulators, and measure movement with the on-board IMU - all at the same time.


Features & Specifications + Processor: 120 MHz SAM D51G19A* + Memory: 32 KB SRAM + Storage: 256 KB internal programmable flash + additional 8 MB SPI flash + Multi-product Compatibility + Jetson Nano + Raspberry Pi: all models with 40 pin header + Model B+, 2B, 2B+, 3B and 3B+ + Model A+ and 3A+ + Zero and Zero W + Raspberry Pi Interfacing + Two (2) GPIO directly to Raspberry Pi (SW programming) + Two (2) GPIO directly to Raspberry Pi (UART-serial console) + I²C or SPI to Raspberry Pi + EEPROM recognition + Programmable I/O: All are re-programmable to match a supported special function + Eight (8) x 16-bit servo output (programmable up to 24-bit) + Four (4) x 16-bit RC controller input + Two (2) x Serial console pass through + One (1) x NeoPixel output + Nine (9) x GPIO pins through SPI / GPS ports + Sensor Interfacing: Also re-programmable as general IO pins + Dronecode Compatible Connectors + SPI + GPS + USART + I²C + Triple-redundant Power Supply Support + Feedback through servo power rail (e.g., from ESC) + 5 V from on-board regulator powered through main battery + 5 V from on-board regulator power through backup LiPo battery + charger via USB + Built-in Protection + USB Port is protected from voltage spikes + All power rails are protected by reverse voltage protection circuits. + 5 V regulator is able to power Raspberry Pi + Sensors + INA219 current sensor + MPU9250 9DoF high-precision IMU + Add-on boards through I²C and SPI (such as pressure sensor, secondary IMU, etc) + Physical Dimensions + Standard HAT format + Length: 65 mm + Depth: 56.5 mm + Height: 30 mm


Features & Specifications + Based on Arduino Nano (ATMega328P), so works by default with most Arduino libraries + Ready to go right out of the box, no need to purchase additional power supplies/cables/pumps/tubes/valves. + Pneumatics - full channel control, i.e. high pressure through atmospheric pressure to vacuum output in the same tube. + Max pressure: 0.5 atmosphere (7.5 PSI / 50 kPa) + Min Pressure: -0.5 atmosphere (-7.5 PSI / -50 kPa) + Flow rate: 2 liters per minute (per motor) + Power - 12 V, 1.2 A from a barrel jack + Grove I²C connector to easily add sensors (not pictured, but added in v0.6) + Expandable for adding valves/sensors + Open source all the way! + Open source hardware certification #US000159. + GitHub + Built for learning + Guides and tutorials available. With more forthcoming. + The color-coded buttons on the board are meant for easy identification when following tutorials.


Features & Specifications + Motor Compatibility + Stepper driver: powerSTEP01 + NEMA preset profiles: 11, 17, 23, 34, 42 + Maximum speed: 4500 RPM + Operating modes: both voltage (PWM) and current (sense resistor feedback) + Boards chainable for simultaneous multiple motor control + Configuration Options + Current control down to 1/16 microstepping with high hold torque + Voltage control down to 1/128 microstepping and smooth motion with low noise + Safety features (current/voltage/thermal shutdowns) + Advanced speed profiles (acceleration and deceleration slopes) + Waveform generation and timing settings + Power supply sag/swell compensation + Predictive current compensation + Back EMF adjustment + Stall detection + Power + Voltage regulation: MAX15062 high-efficiency voltage regulator + Input voltage: 9-80 V + Maximum output current: 10 A rms + Wi-Fi + Chipset: ESP8266 Wi-Fi chip in an ESP-WROOM-02 module + Security: ATECC508A crypto-authentication module - for generating access keys and verifying commands from authorized clients + Hardware Interfaces + External switch and step-clock + I2C + SPI + UART + GPIO + ADC + Software + Completely open source + Browser-based configuration tool + HTTP(S) JSON RESTful interface + Low-latency TCP & UDP API + Python library + Physical Dimensions + Weight: 1.25 oz (35 g) + Board size: 3” x 2.25” (76 mm x 63.5 mm)


Features & Specifications SenseTemp is: + Small: The resistive temperature detector (RTD) elements are 2 mm x 4 mm x 1 mm, making them thermally responsive and great for measuring small or dynamic point heat sources. The interface PCB is also small and easy to mount to a mobile system or within existing equipment. + Battery Powered: including Li-Poly & USB power banks + Wireless Option: to make test setup faster and more flexible + Accurate: to ensure that temperature data is useful, actionable, and repeatable + Sensing + Sensor: platinum resistive temperature detector (RTD) driven by MAX31865 + Channels: 4 + Accuracy: ±0.32°C @ 0°C and ±0.39°C @ 100°C (see below) + Range: -50°C to 260°C (when using silicone harness) + Actuation (SenseTemp TEC only) + Thermo-electric cooler (TEC) driver: VNH5019A + necessary passives for 12 V Peltier junction (@ 5 A or less) + Auxiliary switchable power output (12 V @ 1 A) for driving fan or other device + Sensor Cable Harness + Connector: single 16-pin IDC header breaks out to 4 x four-wire RTD leads + Ribbon cable: 30 AWG, 0.025” pitch, silicone insulation + Available cable lengths: 0.4 m, 0.7 m, 1.5 m + Adafruit Feather Compatibility + See the Adafruit Compatibility Section for additional details + Software + CircuitPython (for feathers with Atmel SAMD21 M0/M4 processor) + MicroPython (for feathers with ESP32 processor) + Power + USB-powered via Adafruit Feather + Independent 5 V to 3.3 V regulators for the host Feather and MAX31865 + SenseTemp only: + Supports optional Li-Poly battery + Sensing ICs can be powered down to extend battery life + SenseTemp TEC only: + 12 V power input on two-pin Molex Micro-Fit 3.0 connector + 12 V @ 1 A switchable aux power output (for driving a fan or other device) + On-board 12 V to 5 V DC-DC converter for USB-free operation ICs + Storage + 1 Kb on-board EEPROM for product serial number and metadata + Stream or log with Adafruit Feather + Board Dimensions + SenseTemp: 0.9” x 2.4” + SenseTemp TEC: 1.8” x 2.5” + License & Documentation + Fully open source + Schematics, PCB files, source code, etc.

概述:用于AI边缘的神经网络加速器。 只需几瓦,即可达到4万亿次/秒。

UP AI CORE X is a complete product line of neural network accelerators for edge devices. Whether the automation you are creating is for identifying and tallying items in a shopping cart, alerting airport security to unattended luggage, or monitoring traffic congestion ahead of an autonomous vehicle, the AI CORE X let’s you embed the real-time computational power you need directly where you need it.


+ The Microcluster kit is the easiest way to build a fitting home for your hard working 3D printers. It is both affordable and highly modular, guaranteeing that you’ll be able to build a 3D printer enclosure that meets your needs without breaking the bank. + The Microcluster kit system transforms a commonly available shelf into a purpose built, smart enclosure system for 2-6 desktop 3D printers. The modular upgrade system makes it easy to add lights, smart wireless control, or even a photo booth setup for professional product photography.


Features & Specifications What’s in the Microcluster Panel kit? + Lightweight corrugated polyurethane panels provide excellent thermal insulation and give a professional look to your printer cluster. + Magnetic panel attachment makes the microcluster fast and easy to assemble. + PETG front doors allow you to monitor your print while keeping the enclosure well insulated. + Sliding door setup maximizes space and minimizes drafts when the doors are opened. + Enclosed Volume: + Half stack version encloses 24ft^3 (0.68m^3) of printer space, enough for one TAZ and one mini or up to four LulzBot minis. + Full stack version encloses 48ft^3 (1.3m^3) of printer space, enough for three TAZ and three minis or up to six LulzBot minis. + Smoke alarm lets you print worry free, and will give you early notice should things go terribly, terribly wrong.


Features & Specifications Robot + Nordic Semi nRF52832 ARM Cortex M4F + Bluetooth Low Energy wireless + 32-bit processor + Hardware floating point for math, like DFT’s for audio processing + 512 K flash, 64 K SRAM + Free SEGGER Studio compiler and IDE + ST VL6180X distance sensor + 0-10 cm distance measurement for obstacle avoidance (from datasheet) + Ambient light level for seeking or avoiding light + Knowles microphone + word recognition + beep recognition + Buzzer + Sound feedback or beep language + 3D printed body + Open source design file - change it or print your own color or material


+ The motionPro 6600 is a four-axes motion controller for stepper motor-driven machines that comes with integrated, high-powered motor drivers. The hardware is designed to be software agnostic and will work with any logic that puts out TTL-level step and direction signals. This expands the scope of applications significantly, since you are not limited to a single, proprietary controller software and can write your own custom software drivers. + The motionPro 6600 is designed to be user-friendly and can be used by anyone, from those with little to no electronics knowledge, such as students, hobbyists, and budding makers, all the way to trained and experienced professionals with backgrounds in engineering and electronics such as professional developers, machinists, and product designers. The controller is designed in such a way that it can adapt to your growing skill levels and demands from increasingly sophisticated machine design.


Features & Specifications + Control up to four axes per machine + High-power stepper drivers capable of driving up to four NEMA 17/23/34 motors at up to 4 A per motor + Independently configurable current limits and stepper resolutions (up to 16 micro-steps) for all four axes + Selectable “clone axis” function - Clone the X or Y axis, or use it as a 4th axis + Software agnostic - Use with the on-board grbl firmware or any other external control logic that is capable of giving out TTL-level control signals + Connects using USB, parallel/printer port, or the onboard IDC connector + All step and direction inputs have been broken out for control using external logic + On-board opto-isolators between control signals inputs and the driver chips + Great thermal performance (tested) with a heavy-duty heatsink for primary heat dissipation and PCB copper pours for secondary heatsinking + Reverse power connect protection + Wide input power ranging from 12 V to 36 V. On-board 3.3 V, 5 V, and 12 V outputs for connecting fans, etc. + Noise filtered inputs for all limit switches, probes, and emergency stop switches + On-board parallel port for direct connection with software such as Mach 3 or LinuxCNC + Physical dimensions: 202 mm x 140 mm x 40 mm. Weight (with heatsink): 743 grams.


JuicyBoard Features The JuicyBoard R1000A and R1000AX include the following features: + Triple channel precision power monitors [R1000AX Only] : measure voltage/current of all power domains + ATX compatible input power connector (9 V ~ 24 V / 27 A) + USB Type-B data port: main communication port + USB Type-A connector for 5 V output: power an external system like a Raspberry Pi + 5 V switching regulator (3 A output): powers 5 V logic and external system + 3.3 V switching regulator (1.5 A output): powers 3.3 V logic + LM5060 hot swap controller [R1000AX Only] : protects system from overshoots, undershoots, and overloading + LPC1769 ARM Cortex M3 MCU @ 120MHz + 100A PSMN1R2-30YLC,115 NFET Switch [R1000AX Only] : used for shutting down the system in case of faults or emergencies + Feature Slots: 15 for R1000AX and 10 for R1000A + Micro SD Card Socket [R1000AX Only] + Full Size SD Card Socket [R1000AX Only]


Desktop CNC machinery typically uses stepper motors, often because they result in lower system cost, since they don’t require a position feedback sensor. But there are some situations where having a position feedback sensor is desirable or necessary, and the power output of a stepper motor, specially at high speeds, becomes the bottleneck for those who want a better performing machine.


Features & Specifications Project documentation: Visit hackaday.io or github for more information. + Tarocco + Compatible with the popular STEP/DIR interface + Supports linear or rotary quadrature encoders + 48 MHz PSoC4 microcontroller + Easy tuning via serial commands (USB to serial converter could be necessary) + 5 mΩ MOSFET H-bridge on a 2 oz copper board for cool and efficient operation + Shrouded and keyed headers and pluggable screw terminals for quick and clean cabling installation + Closed loop current regulation + Fault mode signaling via two onboard LEDs + Supports direct E stop or limit switch connection + 6 to 36 V motor voltage + 10 A continuous current output + 1.8 to 5 V logic input + 200 kHz encoder and step signal frequency + Servomotor + 5 A peak current at 24 V + 4000 rpm maximum angular speed + 3000 g·cm peak torque + 30 W peak power + 1440 counts per revolution optical encoder + 38 mm diameter, 5 mm shaft


Wigl hears notes from any instrument and responds with movements, lights, and special dances! Wigl helps to motivate kids and adults to practice their instrument. Through sequenced musical notes, you can program special dance moves for Wigl. This combination of right brain creativity with left brain logic makes this a unique robot for any family.

概述:可连接到现实世界的掌上型可重配置Linux计算机:ARM + FPGA + Wi-Fi +蓝牙+ 180 I / O

snickerdoodle is a tool for dreamers and creators to build, make, invent, and do things they’ve always been told weren’t possible. It’s for people willing to explore new horizons and challenge themselves to learn, grow, and handcraft great, new things - not because it’s easy, but because it’s worth doing.


Hack-E-Bot started as a challenge to see if it was possible to create a scalable robotics platform for under $50. This challenge also required that no special tools would be required and that it would be easy of people to build. As the project progressed, it was quickly apparent that making a cheap, scalable, and easy to understand robotics kit would make for a good educational tool. RaaSIO is an organisation the is already advancing the delivery and implementation of STEM path education through their many established programs including educational robotics. Working with them, Hack-E-Bot quickly became focused on providing an inspirational tool for education with the idea that every child should be able to have their own robot to hack any time, not just while they are at school.

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