Here is the situation, my friend have a Wowwee animatronic robot that he has been tinkering with, with the goal of hooking his arduino up to it so that he can control it from his computer.The problem is, using a multimeter, we've tested that the voltage on the robot's control lines/pins is 3.3v ; but the arduino outputs 5v through its pins.Will hooking up the arduino and using its 5v pins damage the robot?
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I am pretty new to bluetooth programming and learning as I go. Currently I am using a STM32 F3 Discovery board to get ADC values from sensors and send them to a GUI on a PC.
We lost the battery for the drone in our REV Air. Where can I get a replacement? We have the charger just no battery?
I purchased the Robot Enhanced Vehicles for my son this past Christmas. The vehicles eat through batteries so I ordered two rechargable battery packs. The problem was, they were both dead on arrival. I contacted WowWee and told them about it and they offered to send a replacement in January. Well February came around and I sent another message. I then spoke to a rep who I believe is the rep I am about to write this review about. The battery packs were sent quickly. However, only one worked and the other DOA.
I am making a simple robot, and am using a relatively cheap RF transmitter and receiver to send commands to my robot. Essentially, the transmitter end would send data from an AVR MCU via its UART to the RF transmitter, and a similar setup on the robot would pick up the data.So what I am confused about is how this whole process works. I mean, suppose I have four motors on my robot which all need to be controlled individually and at the same time. How would I accomplish this?
I have a broken Wow Wee Alive Chimp (it lets out a whoop when switched on but nothing else).As I have no electronic skills I am looking to pay for it to be fixed, I am based in the UK. Can anyone help?
I want to build a tiny obstacle avoiding robot using a 3v coreless DC motor. I've been using this L293D to control 5V motors and up, but I can't seem to find a motor controller that works with motors below 5V anywhere. I also have 3V two-step motors, but I would much rather use the 3v coreless DC motor if possible:L293D-Motor-Driver is a typical Motor driver or Motor Driver IC which allows DC motor to drive on either direction. L293D is a 16-pin IC which can control a set of two DC motors simultaneously in any direction.
Hi, I am looking for the software for the Wowwee original 8000 RoboRemote. Anyone have a copy of this or a link that is still alive to get it please? Thanx,Lou
i just wanted to know why they stopped making them,please tell me if you know