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    Tetrix Prizm Robotics Controller

    #43000
    $342.91

    The TETRIX PRIZM Robotics Controller is a fully integrated, programmable brain for your bot that features a variety of motor, servo, encoder, and sensor ports with convenient connectors that enable you to control your robot's behavior like never before. This controller offers the best of both worlds – a learning tool that is powerful yet easy to use. With PRIZM you can take learning to new heights by creating robots that are smarter, more precise, and as real world as it gets.

    The controller is specifically developed for use with theTetrix Max; building system and comes with programming support for theArduino Software (IDE), which is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X 10.7 or newer, and Linux devices that have a USB port.

    The PRIZM Robotics Controller features:

    • 32 KB flash programmable memory
    • ATmega328P processor with Arduino Optiboot bootloader installed
    • 4 digital sensor ports (D2 can be used as a serial port) and 3 analog sensor ports
    • 1 I2C port, 1 USB programming port, 1 motor controller expansion port, and 2 quadrature encoder input ports
    • 2 high-current DC motor control ports
    • 6 standard control servo ports and 2 continuous rotation (CR) servo ports
    • Battery connection port (additional port used to daisy-chain power to other devices)
    • Programmable Start button (green) and a non-programmable Stop/Reset button (red)
    • Comes with USB cable, power switch, motor cables, and a Quick-Start Guide

    Tetrix Prime Pulse Robotics Controller

    #44268
    $170.60

    TETRIX PULSE is a programmable robotics controller specifically developed for the Tetrix Prime; system that is powerful yet easy to use and, when combined with the TETRIX Ardublockly software and Arduino Software (IDE), can provide an ideal learning tool for teaching graphic or syntax-based coding.

    TETRIX Ardublockly is drag-and-drop block-based graphic coding software used to program the PULSE controller. In addition, the PULSE controller can be programmed with a syntax-based coding method using the Arduino Software (IDE) and the PULSE Arduino Library.

    The TETRIX PULSE Robotics Controller features the following:

    • 2 DC motor control ports and 6 standard control servo ports
    • 3 digital sensor ports that can be configured as digital input, digital output, or serial communication and 3 analog sensor ports (A1-A3 can be configured as analog input or digital input or output.)
    • 1 i2C port, 1 USB programming port, and 2 quadrature encoder input ports
    • 1 battery connection port
    • 1 power on/off switch
    • 1 programmable Start push button and 1 Stop/Reset push button
    • 3 LED indicators: red, green, and yellow
    • USB cable

    TETRIX MAX DC Motor Expansion Controller

    #44354
    $275.64

    This motor controller connects to the PRIZM expansion port, enabling users to control up to two additional 12-volt DC motors. Up to four motor controllers can be connected to the PRIZM expansion port. There are two H-bridge outputs to control the speed and direction of two DC motors and two quadrature encoder input ports. Additional power and expansion ports support daisy-chain configurations.

    Supported programming languages include Arduino and EV3. The motor controller can be connected to the LEGO EV3 Brick. Software blocks can be downloaded from the Resources tab below.

    TETRIX MAX Servo Motor Expansion Controller

    #44355
    $224.01

    Designed to use with TETRIX PRIZM Robotics Controller, this motor controller connects to the PRIZM expansion port, enabling users to control up to six additional servo motors and two additional continuous rotation servo motors. Up to four motor controllers can be connected to the PRIZM expansion port. Additional power and expansion ports support daisy-chain configurations.

    Supported programming languages include Arduino and EV3. The motor controller can be connected to the LEGO EV3 Brick. Software blocks can be downloaded from the Resources tab below.

    Titan Quad Motor Controller

    #70152
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    The Titan Quad Motor Controller is a powerful, 4-channel CAN-based motor controller with a built-in fuse-box (for DC motors up to 20A).

    Features:

    • 4 x Hardware encoder ports – one for each motor
    • 2 limit switch ports for each motor
    • Fuse box to set manual current limits
    • 2x Power extension ports to power other 12VDC devices. I.E.
      • VMX Robotics Controller
      • Servo Power Module
    • Built in LED Controller
    • 6A power supply for LED’s
    • i2c communication port to control LED Controller
    • USB ports are updated to USB-C to better support todays cable standards
    • Step File

    VMX Robotics Controller

    #70176
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    The Studica VMX is a powerful robot controller,

    • Enables Tele-op and autonomous control
    • Supports Java and C++, future support for ROS
    • Integrates the navX-IMU, a Linux based controller, Gigabit Ethernet, USB3 ports and built-in Wifi/Bluetooth. 
    • Can be used an a Robot Control System or Vision/Motion processor
    • Supports Open CV, Tensor Flow, SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping 
    • Step File

    The Studica VMX leverages five recent key technology developments,

    • Highly-integrated, inexpensive, WiFi-enabled, multi-core Linux computing platform with lots of USB IO for expansion
    • 32-bit ARM Microcontrollers incorporating sophisticated I/O and digital communications engines
    • Low-cost MEMs Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs)
    • Powerful software providing rich libraries and tools for developing robot software in C++, Java
    • CAN bus for high-speed, real-time communication between devices

    The Studica VMX Technology Enables,

    • Far richer development environments and tools
      • Because VMX is much more than a robot controller – it is a powerful, Linux-based   desktop computing platform with network/monitor/keyboard/mouse support.
    • Very powerful software features
      • State-of-the-art software development GUIs (e.g., VS Code) libraries and tools (drive-  train kinematics, path-planning, vision processing, autonomous navigation,   performance data acquisition/playback)
    • Access to cutting-edge sensors (for use outside the competition)
      • VMX’s multitude of modern digital communications interfaces and Linux-based   operating system allow users to directly access most modern devices (e.g., Intel   RealSense tracking and depth cameras and LIDAR