Robosapien V1 & V2
My spidersapien doesn't walk. It's body doesn't sway much at all.Most of the buttons i press he just makes a "uh uh" sound. His arms are slow and weak but function slightly. I tried new batteries but it did't fix him. I may need to check the batteries with my multimeter just to be sure. I have him apart and can't find a short in any wires and the board looks good. Everything is connected. Has anyone else experienced this and what was tHe fix? It may seem like the motors are bad. Any help would be appreciated.
I am posting because I would like some advice about removing the casing for my v2 robosapien. Having enjoyed an hours play with my "new" used robot he spoke to dreaded phrases "I think I have a bad motivator/user error" he now refuses to power up at all.
I have removed he casing from one leg to find exposed wiring. I have also found exposed wiring at the rear left wiring cluster of the chest. I was able to remove the chest casing but cannot seem to remove the back casing or crotch casing. Any advice would be greatfully appreciated.
this robosapien was i bad condition with paint chipped off so i repainted him and polished him what do you think? and its the original 2004 version
Anyone tried this? I recently picked up a V1 secondhand and was interested in tinkering with it. I have built a couple of DIY robots using a Spektrum DX6 radio, and thought it would be cool to convert this thing. Would definitely get around the issue of running two of them (may pick up another on EBay) in close proximity.
hi all,found a transparent version on ebay 40 euro.but as always some problem.
this time i got lucky cause the guy who try it to make the v1 was dumber then me.
Been reading a lot here, didn't realize the robosapien had so many "friends"...
Anyway, quite interesting reading here, and a l lot more to go trough, once the robot in my hands here will be woken up again.
My grandchild got one, it worked for about 10 minutes and since then completely dead...
New batteries in it, not a sign a life...
So, take it back to the store... hell no, granddad will fix this in no time... yeah right...
So there I was, browsing Google images when I came across a picture of a Robosapien V2 prototype in the prototype box! Here it is:
Our Robosapien V1 stopped walking. When you hold him in the air his legs move, but when you put him on the ground he won't move - he barely shuffles. We have changed the batteries without success