I'd like to show you my mobile robot based on the HandyBoard controller. Pls have a look at http://robot.proof.czBasic info: * 2 MHz microprocessor Motorola 68HC11. * 32 kB RAM, battery backed. * Drives up to 4 DC motors. I've changed the two L293D circuits with four SN754410NE so I can now control DC motors with up to 2A constant or 2.4A peak power consumption. (See H-bridges) * Two motor outputs can be used to control a stepper motor. * 16 x 2 LCD display. * Two fully programmable buttons, potentiometer with 0-255 range and a piezo buzzer. * 7 analog and 9 digital inputs. All of them powered for use with active sensors. * 9.6V NiCd battery pack. Charging is done by a special interface adapter or directly using the main board. Just connect a power adapter and that's it. * A 38kHz infra red receiver/transmitter. It's not connected at the moment, I'm working on a remote digital radio control. * 8 pin powered serial connector interface with up to 1 Mbaud transmission speed. * Easily expandable using the expansion board.
I'd like to show you my mobile robot based on the HandyBoard controller. Pls have a look at http://robot.proof.cz