EZ-Robot Roli Rover Robot Kit

Much like a space exploration vehicle, the EZ-Robot Roli Rover was designed to be a workhorse and move across different surfaces.

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The EZ-Robot Roli Rover Robot Platform is a customizable planetary rover styled robot platform with 13 female EZ-Bit connections for additional EZ-Bits. Much like a space exploration vehicle, this robot was designed to be a workhorse and move across different surfaces.

With a 7.4v LiPo battery powering 2 motors, this robot platform has enough torque to tackle tough terrain. The wheels and treads are also adjustable in height which modifies the ground clearance. The included EZ-Robot EZ-B v4 Camera adds vision tracking capabilities. The compact grippers are powered by strong metal geared servo motors.

The EZ-B v4 is not only the brain of your EZ-Robot, it is also the World’s most powerful and compact robot brain. The EZ-B v4 scales for beginner and advanced users. The EZ-B is two PCB’s sandwiched together in a compact 2x2 inch package. For advanced users, the EZ-B may be removed from its casing and mounted directly in your custom robot.

Your EZ-Robot is controlled by the world’s easiest, most powerful and scalable robot software. EZ-Builder takes a productive and unique approach to programming your robot. Simply add behaviors such as Camera Tracking, Speech Recognition, Wii Controller, GPS, GAIT Positioning, and hundreds more.

Includes digital heavy duty 15 kg/cm servo motors. The metal gear and ball bearing internals will withstand a high load. These servos were designed with enough strength to enable your robots to walk, move or lift.



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