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Servo/Sensor Interface Module for "Adapt" series products
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Servo/Sensor Interface Module for "Adapt" series products

Order Code: AD9S12SSIM
Price: USD $39.00


Product Info

We've crammed all kinds of robot interface features into this board! Support for Ultrasonic and IR distance sensors, hobby servos, IR communication/control, audio input/output, more!

Product Details

  • 2.30" x 3.25" standard Adapt9S12 form factor
  • compatible with Adapt912B32 and all Adapt9S12 boards
  • four analog sensor connectors, works great with Sharp GP2D120 IR distance-measuring sensors
  • four servo connectors
  • one SPI connector
  • one SCI connector (SCI1 TTL Level)*
  • one connector for Devantech SRF04 Analog Ultrasonic Ranger
  • separate 6 Volt regulator for servos
  • separate 5 Volt regulator for analog sensors
  • IR circuit built in-- can be used for multi-robot communication or to control any IR-controllable device.
  • battery voltage monitoring (up to 20volts)
  • microphone and speaker so your robot can respond to sound, and express itself verbally!
  • current-draw monitoring on two servo channels
  • several connector options offer many configuration possibilities
  • board has mirror-image pinout
  • shown with FRA1 connector option, which mates with RA1 connector on MCU board
  • use in a planar arrangement, stack with other boards, or use in a backplane (clearance restrictions apply)

*since Adapt912B32 only has SCI0, the SCI1 connector on this product is not active.

What you get:

  • this product ships with hardcopy data sheet and schematic diagram
  • data sheets, manuals, and all other resources for this product can be found by clicking on the Resources tab, above.



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