BT-410 dongle converts two interfaces: USB 2.0 interface and Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy interface (master function). That is, if you connect BT-410 dongle to the PC, it can be paired with BT-410 Slave module to exchange data (1:1 communication).
In many robotic applications it is a requirement to provide continuous power supply without having to reset the system when changing batteries or when switching between DC power supply and battery source. RoboSavvy HotSwap Power Board 1.0 is designed to provide continuous power to a robot allowing the interchangeable use of two DC power sources
This is probably the smallest Arduino controller speically designed for controlling the servo. It features a 12 standard servo control capbility with Xbee socket which can be used to control helicopter or UAV via the Xbee link. The feather weight (7.5g) make it an ideal controller for those application that has limited payload. The build in regulator is allow the input voltage vary from 3.5-8V which fits the most power supply without any modification.
Designed originally for the Rover 5 chassis this driver PCB is ideal for any small robot
using either Omni or Mecanum wheels. Current sensing for each motor allows the
processor to determine if a motor has stalled or is under excessive load.
ROBOTIS OP3 is an affordable, miniature humanoid robot platform with advanced computational power, sophisticated sensors, high payload capacity, and dynamic motion ability to enable many exciting research and education activities.
OpenTracker v2 is the first 100% Arduino compatible, fully open source, commercial grade GPS/GLONASS vehicle tracker development board that comes with a free web interface for tracking.
The OpenTracker v2 hardware includes the same powerful 32-bit ARM controller as the Arduino DUE, a GSM/GPRS modem for wireless connectivity, a GPS/GLONASS module with Assisted-GPS, CAN-BUS, plenty of I/O, and a wide operating temperature range of -35°C to +80°C.
The T’REX controller from DAGU is an Arduino compatible robot controller designed to power and control servos and brushed motors. Supplied sample code allows the controller to connect to a radio control receiver, external controller via I²C or optional bluetooth interface. A sample app allows the controller to be controlled by an Android phone or tablet.
The CM-530 Controller features an 32bit Arm Cortex M3 processor and combines a CPU, TTL communication board
(3pin Dynamixel bus), status LED, input buttons, GP I/O ports, buzzer and Sound
It is compatible with the AX and MX series, and the communication is handled by
the native USB connection to the PC and IR, Zigbee or Bluetooth for Wireless