TurtleBot 3

TurtleBot 3
Click on the picture above for more information about the TurtleBot 3.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Boarding Pose and Walking Test of a Big Humanoid Robot

Covering arm joints, Changing Color of it's body, and Motion Testing of ...

Biped Walk Test of a Big Robot - Knee Extension of the Support Leg

I Painted the Big Robot in Tricolor Color

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Review of the TurtleBot 3

The Turtlebot3 is another in a long line of high quality robot kits from Robotis. The kit is also a open sourced hardware and software kit which is near and dear to my heart because I am a huge believer in the open approach to robotic development. The main hardware for the robot is the Raspberry Pi running a Ubuntu OS.

What stands out to me about the TurtleBot3 kit.




More information about the OPENCR control board.



ItemsSpecifications
MicrocontrollerSTM32F746ZGT6 / 32-bit ARM Cortex®-M7 with FPU (216MHz, 462DMIPS)
SensorsGyroscope 3Axis, Accelerometer 3Axis, Magnetometer 3Axis (MPU9250)
ProgrammerARM Cortex 10pin JTAG/SWD connector
USB Device Firmware Upgrade (DFU)
Serial
Extension pins32 pins (L 14, R 18) *Arduino connectivity
Sensor module x 4 pins
Extension connector x 18 pins
Communication circuitsUSB (Micro-B USB connector/USB 2.0/Host/Peripehral/OTG)
TTL (JST 3pin / Dynamixel)
RS485 (JST 4pin / Dynamixel)
UART x 2
CAN
LEDs and buttonsLD2 (red/green) : USB communication
User LED x 4 : LD3 (red), LD4 (green), LD5 (blue)
User button x 2
PowersExternal input source
5 V (USB VBUS), 7-24 V (Battery or SMPS)
Default battery : LI-PO 11.1V 1,800mAh 19.98Wh
Default SMPS: 12V 5A
External output source
12V@1A5V@4A3.3V@800mA
External battery connect for RTC (Real Time Clock)
Power LED: LD1 (red, 3.3 V power on)
Reset button x 1 (for power reset of board)
Power on/off switch x 1
Dimensions105(W) X 75(D) mm
Mass60g

My un-boxing videos of the Turtlebot3.



My Assembly video of the Turtlebot3.


















Where to buy: ROBOTIS ROBOTIS.US